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Katja Riemann

Katja Riemann
Katja Riemann at the German Protestant Church Day 2007
Born Katja Hannchen Leni Riemann
(1963-11-01) November 1, 1963
Weyhe-Kirchweyhe, Germany
Occupation actress
Website
.de.katja-riemannwww

Katja Hannchen Leni Riemann (born 1 November 1963 in Weyhe-Kirchweyhe, Germany) is a German actress.

Life and work

Born as the daughter of two teachers, Katja Riemann spent her childhood in Weyhe, near Bremen. After high school she went to Hamburg to study music and theater. She is the mother of actress Paula Riemann, whose father is Peter Sattmann.[1]

Awards

  • 1993 Bavarian Film Award, Best Actress
  • 1995 Bavarian Film Award, Best Actress
  • 1997 Bavarian Film Award, Best Film Score[2]

Selected Filmography

References

  1. ^ "Peter Sattmann". Prisma Starguide (in German). Prisma Verlag. Retrieved 30 April 2014. 
  2. ^ http://www.bayern.de/Anlage19170/PreistraegerdesBayerischenFilmpreises-Pierrot.pdf
  • Katharina Blum: Katja Riemann. Mit Charme und Power. Heyne, München 1998. ISBN 3-453-14056-7

External links

  • Katja Riemann at the Internet Movie Database
  • Katja Riemann Official site
  • Katja Riemann Fansite
  • Photographs of Katja Riemann



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