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Mittweida

Biography

Antje Traue was born in Mittweida on January 18, 1981. Raised in Genthin, she moved to Berlin with her mother in 1999 and then relocated to Munich five years later. Traue appeared in amateur stage productions when she was still a high school student. At the age of sixteen, she began to study at the International Munich Art Lab. During her training, she was cast as one of the leads in the hip hop musical "West End Opera", which premiered in 1999 and guested in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and even the United States until 2002.

Following her screen debut in the coming-of-age comedy "Kleinruppin Forever" (2004), Antje Traue appeared in several student films and guest-starred on the TV show "SOKO Köln" (2007). After a supporting role in "Berlin am Meer", she starred opposite Ben Foster and Dennis Quaid in the science-fiction thriller "Pandorum" (GB/DE 2009). This marked the beginning of Traue's international career, which led to memorable roles in Renny Harlin's "5 Days of War" (GE/US 2011) and the blockbuster "Man of Steel" (US 2013). She next appeared alongside Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore in the fantasy film "Seventh Son" (US/GB/CA/CN 2014) and was one of the leads in Simon Curtis's "Woman in Gold" (GB 2015).

Back in Germany, she starred in the made-for-TV political drama "Der Fall Barschel" (2015), the acclaimed mystery miniseries "Weinberg" (2015) and the historical crime drama ""Mordkommission Berlin 1" (2015, TV). For the latter two performances she received a nomination for the 2016 German Television Award. After her turns in the international productions "Despite the Falling Snow" (GB/CA 2016) and "Criminal" (US/GB 2016), Traue starred opposite Ken Duken in the acclaimed TV show "Tempel" (2016). Her prolific career continued with roles in three very different comedies: Wolfgang Petersen's caper "Vier gegen die Bank" (2016), in which she played a police detective, Robert Thalheim's espionage spoof "Kundschafter des Friedens" ("Old Agent Men") and the post-WWII comedy "Es war einmal in Deutschland..." ("Bye Bye Germany", DE/BE/LU 2017).

 

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2009
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2007-2009
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2005
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