Brigitte Hobmeier is a German actress.
Date of birth
Brigitte Hobmeier was born on March 2, 1976 in Munich, Germany.
Details about her family are not yet known.
Brigitte Hobmeier grew up in Ismaning near Munich.
She studied at the Folkwang University in Essen from 1996 to 1999 after graduating from high school.
Brigitte Hobmeier is married to a writer and has a son.
Not yet established.
After her first guest engagements at the Landestheater Neuss and at the Schauspielhaus Düsseldorf , she was part of the ensemble of Peter Stein's Faust project from 1999 to 2001 .
From 2002 to 2005 she played under Christian Stückl at the Münchner Volkstheater, on whose stage she celebrated successes as viola in Shakespeare's Was ihr wollt , as Lulu and as Geierwally .
In 2004 she received the Bavarian Art Prize .
Brigitte Hobmeier has been a member of the Münchner Kammerspiele ensemble since 2005 , where she appeared as Warja in Chekhov's Der Kirschgarten and in the role of Gudrun Ensslin in Elfriede Jelinek's Ulrike Maria Stuart .
For her interpretation of the lucky seeker Elisabeth in Ödön von Horváths Glaube Liebe Hoffnung , she was awarded the Faust Theater Prize in 2007 in the category Best Acting Performance in Drama .
Thomas Ostermeier's stage version of Fassbinder's Die Ehe der Maria Braunwith Brigitte Hobmeier in the role of the title heroine was invited to the Berlin Theatertreffen in 2008 and received very positive reviews.
In 2010 she played, again in a production by Thomas Ostermeier, alongside Lars Eidinger in Lars Norén's Demons at the Schaubühne on Lehniner Platz .
In the Münchner Kammerspiele she continued to play the role of Susn in Herbert Achternbusch 's play of the same name and as Empress Elisabeth in Ivo van Hove's stage version of Visconti's Ludwig II. which premiered on March 3, 2011.
In the past few years, Brigitte Hobmeier was also increasingly present in television and cinema productions.
In 2003 she drew attention to herself in the lead role of Sören Voigt's Identity Kills and won two actor awards at international film festivals.
In 2005 she was involved in an art theft as Birgit Winkler in the Konstanz crime scene The Smile of the Madonna.
She also participated in Martin Gypkens ' adaptation of Judith Hermann's book of stories Nothing but Ghosts , as well as alongside Maximilian Brückner in Marcus H. Rosenmüller's film adaptation of the life story of the robber Kneißland in the film adaptation of Andrea Maria Schenkel's bestseller Tannöd.
In the ZDF historical drama The Midwife - For Life and Death , she he played the title role alongside Mišel Matičević .
In the episodes of ARD Radio Tatort produced by Bayerischer Rundfunk , she speaks to Chief Police Officer Senta Pollinger.
In 2020, she appeared on Oktoberfest: Beer and Blood TV series as Colina Kandl.