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Biography

Paula Kalenberg was born November 9, 1986. Her career started rather haphazardly after she went to a radio-promoted casting. Although she still visited Waldorf school in Bielefeld, Kalenberg became a professional actress and played her first part in Ben Verbong's 2001 TV movie "Hanna, wo bist du?" She then played in TV productions like Stephan Wagner's "Der Stich des Skorpion". In 2005, she debuted on the big screen and played the leading part in Gregor Schnitzler's apocalyptic drama "Die Wolke". In the same year, Kalenberg played together with August Diehl in Leander Haußmann's adaptation of Friedrich Schiller's "Kabale und Liebe". Her next leading role in a feature Film followed in 2008: Alongside Marie-Luise Schramm she played in "Was am Ende zählt" by Julia von Heinz. The film premiered at the Berlin IFF and won a German Film Award for Best Children Film.

After playing the love interest of co-star David Kross in the fantasy film "Krabat" (2008), Kalenberg appeared as a student of legendary Hildegard von Bingen in "Vision - Aus dem Leben der Hildegard von Bingen" (2009). She then portrayed actress Kristina Söderbaum in Oskar Roehler's controversial drama "Jud Süß – Film ohne Gewissen" (2010). In 2011, she starred in "Adams Ende" as a young woman who eventually causes the mentally unstable lover (Robert Stadlober) of her best friend to commit an act of violence.

Additionally, she appeared in a string of TV productions, including Xaver Schwarzenberger's "Clarissas Geheimnis (2012), a drama about the power struggle and intrigues in a wealthy noble family. In the coming-of-age comedy "Wenn Inge tanzt" (2013), Kalenberg stars as a rigid eco-activist who unexpectedly has to come to the rescue of her high school enemy, an arrogant rock musician.

 

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