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Berlin (Ost)

Biography

Jördis Triebel, born 1977 in East-Berlin, attended actor's training from 1997 to 2001 at Hochschule für Schauspielkunst "Ernst Busch" in Berlin. From 2001 to 2004, Triebel was a cast member at the theatre in Bremen and played in Ibsen's "The Master Builder", Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" and "Hamlet", and Ravenhill's "Some Explicit Polaroids". Furthermore, Triebel won the Kurt Hübner prize already after her first season in Bremen.

From 2004 to 2005, Triebel made a guest performance at Schauspielhaus Zürich which was followed by a guest performance at Schauspiel Köln during the next season. After several TV parts, Triebel played her first movie role as the headstrong pig breeder Emma in Sven Taddicken's "Emma's Glück" ("Emma's Bliss") and won the "Förderpreis Deutscher Film" for her acting performance.

Triebel then appeared in  supporting roles in Matthias Glasner's thriller "Eine gute Mutter" (TV, 2007), Max Färberböck's post-war drama "Anonyma – Eine Frau in Berlin" ("Anonyma - A Woman in Berlin", 2008), "This is Love" (2009) – again directed by Glasner – and Doris Dörrie's comedy "Die Friseuse" ("The Hairdresser", 2010).

From 2007 until 2010, she was a regular cast member of the acclaimed crime drama series "KDD – Kriminaldauerdienst". In 2010, Jördis Triebel was nominated for the German Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in "Die Päpstin" ("Pope Joan").

She went on to star in a string of TV productions, including Carlo Rola's drama "Familiengeheimnisse - Liebe, Schuld und Tod" (2011) and Edward Berger's "Ein guter Sommer" ("A Good Summer", 2011). In 2013, Triebel played a terminally ill woman who goes on a last trip with her sisters in Lars Kraume's "Meine Schwestern" ("My Sisters"), followed by the female lead opposite Benno Fürmann in Vanessa Jopp's comedy "Der fast perfekte Mann". In the postwar drama "Wolfskinder" (2013), she featured in a supporting role as a desperate mother. On TV, she appeared in the thriller "Das Jerusalem-Syndrom" (2013) playing the older sister of a woman caught in the claws of a criminal cult.

Following an impressive performance in Christian Schwochow's "Westen" ("West") that has her star as a GDR woman who is allowed to relocate to Western Germany but then faces intelligence investigations, Jördis Triebel was awarded a German Film Award for Best Actress in 2014. Wolfgang Becker cast Triebel in his film adaptation of the best-selling novel "Ich und Kaminski" ("Me & Kaminski", 2015) as the (ex-)girlfriend of the protagonist, a selfish art critic. The same year, she personified a Berlin undersecretary of state in two episodes of Matthias Glasner's crime miniseries "Blochin".

Jördis Triebel was praised by the critics for her distinctive featured part in Lars Kraume's drama "Familienfest": She plays a self-confident nurse who accompanies a terminally ill patient to a family party that reeks of conflict. Shortly after, Christian Zübert's "Ein Atem" ("One Breath", 2015) held another powerful role in store for her: Triebel played a young mother coming from a wealthy background who travels to Greece in search of her little daughter and her nanny who have both gone missing. For this role, and for her portrayal of an unscrupulous child trafficker in "Operation Zucker: Jagdgesellschaft" (2016), Triebel received the German director's prize Metropolis as Best Actress.  

Once again under Lars Kraume's direction, she played an important role as a joint plaintiff in "Terror - Ihr Urteil" ("The Verdict", 2016, TV); Marc Bauder cast her in the economic thriller "Dead Man Working" (2016, TV) as the angry widow of a suicidal investment banker.

After this, she played the title character Robbi's mother in the more lowbrow children's movie "Robbi, Tobbi und das Fliewatüüt" ("Robbie & Toby's Fantastic Voyager", DE/BE 2016). Triebel also played an important role in Lars Kraume’s feature film "Das schweigende Klassenzimmer" ("The Silent Revolution", 2017), as a GDR school inspector loyal to the line.  

In 2018 she had recurring roles in the series "Bad Banks" and "Weissensee", as well as a supporting role in the feature film "25 km/h", as an ex-girlfriend of Lars Eidinger's main character. In the summer of 2018, Michael Klier's family drama "Idioten der Familie" ("Family Idiots") premiered at the Munich Film Festival, starring Triebel in a leading role as an artist who can no longer care for her disabled sister. The film was released in theatres in September 2019.

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