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Steffi Kühnert is a Actor Allemand born on 19 february 1963

Steffi Kühnert

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Nationality German
Birth 19 february 1963 (57 years)

Steffi Kühnert (née le 19 février 1963 à Berlin) est une actrice allemande.

Biography

Après une formation en couture, elle étudie de 1981 à 1985 à l'Académie des arts dramatiques Ernst Busch. Elle a son premier engagement au Landestheater Eisenach, où elle reste jusqu'en 1988.

En 1988, elle vient au Théâtre national allemand de Weimar et appartient à l'ensemble jusqu'en 1992. En 1990, elle obtient le prix Alfred-Kerr pour le rôle principal dans Une maison de poupée sous la direction de Leander Haußmann.

Elle continue ensuite de travailler avec Haußmann. Elle est au Schillertheater jusqu'à sa fermeture en 1993. L'année suivante, elle joue au Burgtheater. Au Residenztheater de Munich en 1995 puis au Schauspielhaus Bochum, elle incarne Gwendolyn Fairfax dans L'Importance d'être Constant. Elle est aussi sur les scènes du Schauspielhaus de Zurich, du Deutsches Theater de Berlin et de la Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz.

Steffi Kühnert se consacre à ses débuts plus au théâtre qu'au cinéma et à la télévision. En 2012, elle est nommée au Deutscher Filmpreis de la meilleure actrice pour le film Pour lui.

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Filmography of Steffi Kühnert (15 films)

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System Crasher, 1h58
Directed by Nora Fingscheidt
Origin German
Genres Drama
Actors Albrecht Schuch, Gabriela Maria Schmeide, Maryam Zaree, Steffi Kühnert
Roles Nette Autofahrerin
Rating77% 3.8995153.8995153.8995153.8995153.899515
Bernadette, ou Benni, comme elle préfère qu'on l'appelle, est une fille à l'air délicat, à l'énergie débridée. C’est une "systémique". Ce terme est utilisé pour décrire les enfants qui enfreignent chaque règle. Ces enfants refusent toute forme de structure et échouent peu à peu dans les services de protection de l’enfance et de protection sociale allemands. Peu importe où cette fillette de neuf ans est accueillie, elle est renvoyée au bout d'un moment. Et c’est exactement ce qu’elle recherche, car elle ne souhaite qu'une chose : pouvoir vivre avec sa mère, une femme totalement incapable de faire face au comportement imprévisible de sa fille.
The Tower
The Tower (2012)
, 1h57
Directed by Christian Schwochow
Origin German
Genres Drama
Actors Jan Josef Liefers, Claudia Michelsen, Nadja Uhl, Sebastian Urzendowsky, Stephanie Stumph, Steffi Kühnert
Roles Barbara Rohde
Rating69% 3.487113.487113.487113.487113.48711
Der Turm décrit les sept dernières années de la RDA avant la chute du mur dans l’univers d’une famille bourgeoise de Dresde, les Hoffmann. Le père est chirurgien, il assiste sans broncher à la dégradation du système de santé et à celui d’une société gangrenée par la peur. L’oncle est éditeur, il doit se soumettre à la censure en se contentant, avec une ironie froide, de profiter des privilèges que lui octroie le Parti. Quant au fils, Christian, il interrompt ses études de médecine pour faire son service militaire : son goût pour la liberté et son insolence lui vaudront la prison, puis les travaux forcés ; une descente aux enfers qui condamnera sa famille à un lent naufrage, à la fois tragique et absurde.
Hotel Lux
Hotel Lux (2011)
, 1h50
Genres Drama, Comedy
Themes Films about television, Political films
Actors Michael Herbig, Jürgen Vogel, Thekla Reuten, Thomas Thieme, Sibylle Canonica, Steffi Kühnert
Roles Lotte Kühn
Rating59% 2.9984652.9984652.9984652.9984652.998465
In 1933, as Adolf Hitler and the Nazis come to power in Germany, actor and comedian Hans Zeisig (Michael Herbig) and his partner, Siggi Meyer (Jürgen Vogel), have a successful comedy act at a Berlin cabaret doing impersonations of Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler. Meyer is politically active in the Communist Party and through him, Zeisig meets the attractive Dutch Resistance fighter, Frida (Thekla Reuten). Zeisig is apolitical; he's dreaming about a career in Hollywood. He finds the growing political tension an unpleasant nuisance, but Meyer is endangered by the Nazis' power grab. He arrives one day at the theater with a black eye from an attack and says he is going to go underground. Another performer, a Nazi supporter who caricatures a Jewish man, makes a wisecrack about Meyer's black eye. They get into a backstage brawl, fully made up and in costume—the Nazi as a Jew and the Communist as Hitler. The fight careens its way from the dressing room to the stage, with "Hitler" on top of the "Jew". The audience, larded with uniformed Nazis, initially assumes it to be part of the show and cheers. When the melee ends, the show goes on, but Meyer flees.
Stopped on Track, 1h50
Directed by Andreas Dresen
Origin German
Genres Drama
Actors Steffi Kühnert, Inka Friedrich, Ursula Werner, Christine Schorn
Roles Simone Lange
Rating75% 3.789953.789953.789953.789953.78995
The 44-year-old family man Frank Lange (Milan Peschel) has a proper job and lives with his wife Simone (Steffi Kühnert) and their children Lilly (Talisa Lilli Lemke) and Mika (Mika Seidel) in a modern serial house when he learns he suffers with an inoperable brain tumour and has only but a short time left. Supported by his family he uses an iPod to keep daily records of his decline. Radiation therapy and chemical treatment take their toll on him. Eventually he grows too weak to leave the house and has hallucinations during which his tumour seems to appear as a vain actor in a late-night talk show hosted by Germany's established TV presenter Harald Schmidt. His children are increasingly overstrained and so is his wife Simone. The tumour deprives Frank from memory, orientational ability and even control of basic body functions. Fighting the pain with always stronger doses of morphium he loses his true personality and finally his speech. Having become a nursing case of the highest degree he dies at last in his home amidst his family. When actually everybody is lost for words, his daughter Lilly, an ambitious diver, utters: "I have to attend training".
We Are the Night, 1h45
Directed by Dennis Gansel
Origin German
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Fantastic, Fantasy, Horror, Romance
Themes Films about magic and magicians, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Vampires in film, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Karoline Herfurth, Nina Hoss, Jennifer Ulrich, Max Riemelt, Anna Fischer, Steffi Kühnert
Roles Lenas Mutter
Rating62% 3.1000253.1000253.1000253.1000253.100025
The film opens with several images of three young women. The images date further and further back until ending in the late 18th century.
The White Ribbon, 2h24
Directed by Michael Haneke
Origin Austria
Genres Drama, Historical, Crime
Themes Films about children
Actors Susanne Lothar, Josef Bierbichler, Ulrich Tukur, Christian Friedel, Burghart Klaußner, Ursina Lardi
Roles Anna, the Pastor's wife
Rating77% 3.898433.898433.898433.898433.89843
The memories of an unnamed elderly tailor form a parable from the distant year he worked as a village schoolteacher and met his fiancée Eva, a nanny. The setting is the fictitious Protestant village of Eichwald, Germany, from July 1913 to 9 August 1914, where the local pastor, the doctor and the baron rule the roost over the area's women, children and peasant farmers.
Cloud 9
Cloud 9 (2008)
, 1h38
Directed by Andreas Dresen
Origin German
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Vieillesse
Actors Ursula Werner, Steffi Kühnert
Roles Petra
Rating65% 3.2941353.2941353.2941353.2941353.294135
Elle ne l'a pas cherché. C'est arrivé comme ça. Des regards à la dérobée, une attirance. Pourtant, il n'était pas prévu que ça arrive. Inge a dépassé les 60 ans. Elle est mariée depuis 30 ans et aime son mari. Mais Inge est attirée par cet homme plus âgé, Karl, qui a déjà 76 ans. Le coup de foudre. L'amour physique. Et d'un coup, elle se sent comme une jeune fille...
Robert Zimmermann Is Tangled Up in Love, 1h42
Origin German
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Tom Schilling, Maruschka Detmers, Christian Sengewald, Julia Dietze, Steffi Kühnert, Detlev Buck
Roles Inga
Rating66% 3.344673.344673.344673.344673.34467
Robert Zimmermann, 26 ans, travaille comme concepteur de jeux dans une entreprise cool mais chaotique de Hambourg, vit en colocation et est très lié avec sa collègue Lorna. Il pense qu'il a sa vie sous contrôle, jusqu'à ce qu'un jour un collègue dans un snack-bar l'éclabousse accidentellement avec du ketchup, et Robert rencontre alors à la laverie Monika, la seule employée, qui élève seule son enfant. Il a le coup de foudre et est déterminé à la conquérir. Mais cela est difficile - notamment en raison de la différence de génération et la résistance du jeune fils de Monika.
Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps, 1h43
Genres Comedy
Actors Benno Fürmann, Jessica Schwarz, Nadja Becker, Uwe Ochsenknecht, Katja Flint, Thomas Kretschmann
Roles schwangere Sekretärin
Rating53% 2.6522552.6522552.6522552.6522552.652255
The successful lawyer and ladies' man Jan (Benno Fürmann) observes through a window of his apartment, how a car scrapes his red convertible. The driver is the equally successful publishing assistant Katrin (Jessica Schwarz). Despite initial mutual accusations, the two soon become a couple. Then the pregnant couple Rüdiger (Jan's brother) and Melanie are introduced. Subsequently different hypotheses explaining the behavior of men and women are offered.
Ce n'étaient pas tous des assassins, 1h35
Genres Drama, Historical
Actors Nadja Uhl, Axel Prahl, Hannelore Elsner, Dagmar Manzel, Merab Ninidze, Katharina Thalbach
Roles Käthe Hotze
Rating71% 3.572953.572953.572953.572953.57295
Allemagne, 1943. Anna Degen, une femme juive et son fils de 11 ans, Michael, fuient les nazis et parcourent le pays de ville en ville, changeant régulièrement de cachette. Au cours de leur périple, ils pourront compter sur l'aide de plusieurs Allemands résistants.
Berlin Blues, 1h45
Origin German
Genres Drama, Comedy
Themes Political films
Actors Christian Ulmen, Detlev Buck, Michael Gwisdek, Sven Martinek, Christoph Waltz, Pepe Danquart
Roles Trinkerin aus dem Elefanten
Rating71% 3.5978353.5978353.5978353.5978353.597835
Frank Lehmann (Christian Ulmen) is a bartender working in Kreuzberg, a borough of West Berlin in October 1989, in the final weeks before the fall of the Berlin Wall. As he is approaching his 30th birthday, his friends start teasing him by calling him "Herr Lehmann" ("Mr. Lehmann"). He has little interest in anything outside of SO 36, the eastern part of the borough of Kreuzberg. He has a brief relationship with Katrin (Katja Danowski), a cook at a nearby bar. His best friend, Karl (Detlev Buck) slowly goes mad, and his parents show up for a visit, disrupting his laid-back lifestyle.
Grill Point, 1h51
Directed by Andreas Dresen
Origin German
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Films about sexuality
Actors Axel Prahl, Steffi Kühnert, Gabriela Maria Schmeide, Christine Schorn
Roles Ellen
Rating71% 3.594973.594973.594973.594973.59497
Uwe, owner of a snack bar, and his wife Ellen, who works in a perfume store, are friends with Katrin, who works in a trucking agency, and her husband Chris, a radio DJ. Neither marriage is holding together well; soon, Chris begins an affair with Ellen. When Katrin discovers this, they try, and fail to solve the problem as a foursome; when this fails, the two couples respond to the situation in different ways.
Männerpension, 1h36
Directed by Detlev Buck
Origin German
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Crime
Themes Prison films
Actors Til Schweiger, Detlev Buck, Marie Bäumer, Heike Makatsch, Ignaz Kirchner, Deborah Kaufmann
Roles Une visiteuse
Rating59% 2.9507052.9507052.9507052.9507052.950705
Prison warden Dr. Fazetti (Leander Haußmann) is confident about having found a striking new concept for the rehabilitation of prisoners by offering them the chance to take a break from their sentence if only they can find themselves a trustworthy woman who takes care of them and moreover vouches for them. The convicts Steinbock (Til Schweiger) and Hammer-Gerd (Detlev Buck) succeed in doing so. However, since they are tough guys stamped by prison fights they have their issues when it comes to discipline and it is in particular hard for them to have a lady as boss. However, Steinbock falls in love with Emilia (Marie Bäumer) and Hammer-Gerd promotes Maren's career as a singer. (Heike Makatsch, who played Maren, would later in 2009 even play the German actress and singer Hildegard Knef in a biopic called Hilde.) Eventually they have go back behind bars but Emilia and Maren are now waiting for them.