Weitere Namen
Catharina Hagen (Geburtsname)
Cast, Director, Music
Berlin (Ost)

Biography

Nina Hagen, born March 11, 1955, in Berlin as Catharina Hagen, is the daughter of actress Eva-Maria Hagen and screenplay writer Hans Oliva-Hagen. Later, Wolf Biermann became her foster-father. From 1973 on, Hagen attended Zentrales Studio für Unterhaltungskunst, and became the singer for the band "Automobil" in 1974 who had a hit single with "Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen". After Wolf Biermann’s expatriation, Hagen, too, left the GDR in 1976 to become one of the few internationally famous German rock singers. She sang everything from punk rock to funk music and even Zarah Leander songs. Furthermore, Hagen starred in the leading role of the TV movie "Heute ist Freitag" (1975), but since then only sporadically appeared in movies such as "Lilien in der Bank" (1992), "Vasilisa" (2001) und "7 Zwerge" ("7 Dwarves", 2004). Hagen also worked as a dubbing voice, for instance in "Spirited Away" (2001). She is the mother of actress Cosma Shiva Hagen (born 1981)

 

FILMOGRAFIE

2012-2014
  • Dubbing
2000/2001
  • Music
2000
  • Director
1998/1999
  • Participation
  • Music
1996/1997
  • Cast
1996
  • Participation
1992-1994
  • Participation
  • Music
1991-1993
  • Cast
1988/1989
  • Vocals
1986-1988
  • Cast
1983
  • Cast
1977/1978
  • Vocals
1976/1977
  • Vocals
1975/1976
  • Cast
1975/1976
  • Cast
  • Vocals
1975/1976
  • Music performer
1974/1975
  • Cast