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Blagoweschtschensk, Russland

Biography

Emilia Schüle was born in Blagoweschtschensk, Russia. on November 28 1992. While she was in elementary school, she took ballet and dance lessons and eventually came to acting through the workshop "Talents Getting Started" in 2005. After appearing in an advertisement, she played the lead in the short "Nichts weiter als" ("Nothing more Than"), which premiered at the 2008 IFF Berlin.

After supporting roles in Lars Kraume's well-received TV drama "Guten Morgen, Herr Grothe" ("Good morning Mister Grothe", 2007) and "Manatu – Nur die Wahrheit rettet dich" (TV, 2007), Emilia Schüle gave her screen debut in 2008, playing the feisty schoolgirl Mila in Ute Wieland's "Freche Mädchen" ("Cheeky Girls"). This was followed by leading parts in teenage movies "Gangs" and "Rock It!", and in 2010, she reprised the role of Mila for the sequel "Freche Mädchen 2" ("Cheeky Girls 2").

The same year, she played the title character in a TV adaptation of "Aschenputtel". After starring in the two-part TV drama "Die letzte Spur - Alexandra, 17 Jahre", she was cast in the TV period piece "Isenhart – Die Jagd nach dem Seelenfänger" (2011) and the feature film comedy "Unter Frauen" (2012), both directed by Hansjörg Thurn. Following a supporting role in Marc Rothemund's comedy "Mann tut was Mann kann" (2012), Schüle played a young prostitute in the controversial "Tatort" entries "Wegwerfmädchen" and "Das goldene Band".

Emilia Schüle was then cast as the female lead for the drama "Nemez", which premiered at the 2012 Hofer Filmtage and was released theatrically in 2013. In the film, she plays the lover of a young German-Russian, who is trying to leave his criminal past behind for her.

In addition to major roles in the made-for-TV films "Helden – Wenn Dein Land Dich braucht" ("Heroes", 2013, TV) and "In einem wilden Land" ("Striving for Freedom", 2013, TV), Schüle was one of the leads in the web series "Add a Friend" (2012-2014).

2014 saw her playing a memorable supporting role in Matthias Schweighöfer's box office hit "Vaterfreuden" ("Joy of Fatherhood") and starring opposite Jannis Niewöhner in the coming-of-age story "Besser als nix". Schüle next played a striptease dancer falling in love with a young punk in Oskar Roehler's "Tod den Hippies!! Es lebe der Punk" ("Punk Berlin 1982", 2015) and was the female lead in the science-fiction thriller "Boy 7" (2015).

After that, she starred in the title role in the teen and cyber-mobbing drama "LenaLove" (2015) and as a mobster's wife in the highly acclaimed crime film "Auf kurze Distanz" ("Point Blank", 2016, TV). She also played the important role of Hedwig Freiberg, future wife of physician Robert Koch, in the TV mini series "Charité" (2017). In the three-part series "Ku'damm 56" (2016) and "Ku'damm 59" (2017), she starred alongside Claudia Michelsen and Heino Ferch.

On the big screen, Emilia Schüle could be seen in a supporting role in Markus Goller's road movie "Simpel" (2017) and she has one of the lead roles as a young rebel in the dystopian science fiction drama "Jugend ohne Gott" ("Godless Youth", 2017). Also in 2017, the comedy "High Society" as well as the coming-of-age drama "Es war einmal in Indianerland" premiered in German cinemas.

 

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