Andrea Wildner - Andrea Wildner

Andrea Wildner (* 1953 [1] in Graz ) is an Austrian [2] actress .


Wildner was born as Andrea-Maria Wildner . From 1971 to 1973 she trained as an actor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz . [3]

She had her first engagement as a beginner in the 1973/74 season at the Westphalian State Theater in Castrop-Rauxel . [3] From 1974 to 1983 she was a permanent member of the ensemble at the Munich Residenztheater . [3] In the 1975/76 season she was a guest at the Schauspielhaus Zürich as Anni in Schnitzler's play Anatol ; Michael Kehlmann directed this production .

Wildner played a wide range of roles on stage; it was often used in plays with a southern German , Upper Bavarian or Austrian ambience and dialect.

Her roles at the Bayerisches Staatsschauspiel included: Anni in Anatol (premiere: February 1975, with Peter Weck as partner), Marie in Liliom (premiere: December 1975; with Hans Brenner as partner), Hyacinthe in Die Spaß des Scapin von Molière (Premiere: June 1976), Peppi in Lumpazivagabundus (Premiere: November 1976), Nettel Flocke in Tabula rasa by Carl Sternheim (Premiere: June 1977), Rosie in the musical Sweet Charity (Premiere: July 1977), Christine in Liebelei (Premiere : February 1978; withFritz Strassner , Jacques Breuer ), the youth in Der Bauer als Millionär (premiere: October 1978), the title role in Yvonne, Princess of Burgundy by Witold Gombrowicz (premiere: May 1980; director: Ingmar Bergman ), Klärchen in Egmont (premiere: October 1980; with Robert Atzorn ), Constanze Mozart in Amadeus (German premiere, March 1981), Salome Pockerl in Der Talisman (premiere: May 1981), The sweet girl in Schnitzler's Reigen (premiere: January 1982) and Agathe in Der Schwierige ( Premiere: March 1982). [4]

Wildner has been working as a freelance actress since 1983. In 1987 she made her first guest appearance at the Munich Volkstheater ; she played Elisabeth in Ödön von Horváth's play Faith Love Hope . In February 1988 she took part in a Brecht matinee at the Theater rechts der Isar with songs and poems for Bertolt Brecht's 90th birthday . [5] In 1988 she appeared at the Weilheimer Theatersommer as Molly in Frank Wedekind's play The Marquis of Keith . In 1989 she played Eve in Der zerbrochne Krug at the Weilheimer Theatersommer . Directed in each case Rudolf Noelte. In 1991 Wildner returned to the Munich Residenztheater as a guest; she took over the chambermaid Rosa in the farce, The Prodigal . In 1999 she appeared again at the Munich Volkstheater, as Nanni in The Bartered Grandfather (director: Franz Xaver Kroetz ). In 2001 she played the role of Ms. Prantl in Faith, Love and Hope in a production by Wolfgang Maria Bauer at the Munich Volkstheater . In 2005 she appeared at the Volksschauspiele Tirol in Telfs . There she played Emma Lemon, the female head of a fishing family, in the comedy The Mackerel by Israel Horovitz ; Directed by Ruth Drexel .

Wildner occasionally worked for the theater as a director . In 1994 she directed Kleist's tragic comedy Amphitryon at the Zinner Studio in Munich . [6] In 1997 she directed a free theater production of Shakespeare's Heinrich IV in Munich . [7]

In addition to her stage work, Wildner also works for film and television . The main focus of their work were television series . As Wildner's first film appearance, the IMDb film database is running an episode from the crime series Der Kommissar . Since 1982 Wildner has taken on numerous television roles on a regular basis. In 1983 she played the title role of the television film Magdalena , a television adaptation of the popular play of the same name Magdalena by Ludwig Thoma . [8] In the television game Brautbrief , a production by Bayerischer Rundfunk , she embodied, at the side ofChristian Wolff , the young Martha Bernays , the fiancée and later wife of Sigmund Freud ; Together with Wolff, Wildner read from Freud and Bernays' letters to the bride. [9]

In 1994/1995 she had a continuous serial role as teacher Ines Rohrdorfer in the RTL television series Our School is the Best . [10] Wildner became known from 1994 through her continuous serial role as secretary "Zwieberl" in the television series Peter and Paul , at the side of Hans Clarin and Helmut Fischer . [8th]

On television she achieved further notoriety through the ARD television series Um Himmels Willen . Since 2002 she has consistently embodied the role of Marianne Laban, the secretary of Mayor Wöller, played by Fritz Wepper , [11] who established herself as a councilor for the opposition in the course of the series . [11] [12]

In 2007 she played, alongside Miroslav Nemec , the elegant Frau von Helmstedt in the Munich crime scene: Der Traum von der Au . In 2010 she had a guest role in the ZDF crime series Die Rosenheim-Cops ; she played Angela Haubach, the wife of an investor for the construction of a golf hotel. [14] In the Austrian television series A couch all had Wildner 2010 a continuous series role; she played Jacqueline Leidowitz, the ex-wife of a quirky psychiatrist. [15] In December 2010 Wildner was in an episode of ZDF series White Blue Storiesto see; she played Eva Siegl, the mayor's wife, who wants to catch her husband on an affair. [16]

In 1986 Wildner took on the role of Erna Wahl in a radio play version of Schnitzler's play Das weite Land , a co-production of the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation , the West German Broadcasting Corporation and the SFB . In 1989 she took over the role of Polly in a radio play version of the crime play Marrying is Always a Risk by Saul O'Hara at Bayerischer Rundfunk . In 1993 she was in the radio play series The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones in the episode On His Majesty's Order (episode 08) in the role of Empress Zita; the recording was on the labelCarousel released as a radio play cassette . [19] [20]

In addition to her work as an actress, Wildner is also active as an artist and painter . [21] She took drawing lessons and studied privately with various art professors. She was one of Markus Lüpertz's students for two years . [21] Wildner used various painting techniques such as acrylic , charcoal , pastel painting , oil painting and paper drawings . She has her own studio in Ainmillerstraße in Munich-Schwabing . [21]

Wildner lives in Munich . [2]

Filmography (selection)


Individual evidence

  1. ^ Wilhelm Kosch (Hrsg.): Deutsches Theater Lexikon. Supplementary volume 8th V - Z. page 224. De Gruyter, Berlin [ua] 2019, ISBN 978-3-11-063207-1 . (accessed via De Gruyter Online)
  2. a b Andrea Wildner at Retrieved May 7, 2020.
  3. a b c d Andrea Wildner. CV at BR-alpha , accessed April 24, 2013.
  4. ... then they played again. The Bavarian State Theater 1946–1986. Munich 1986, ISBN 3-765-42059-X .
  5. Brecht Matinée. Cast, website of the actor Heinz-Josef Braun .
  6. ^ Gerhard Georg Jilka. Vita and Sedcard at
  7. Michael Fleddermann. Vita and Sedcard at
  8. a b biography of Andrea Wildner., accessed on April 24, 2013.
  9. Bridal Letters. Production details and cast in: Achim Klunder: Lexikon der Fernsehspiele. 1978/1987, Volume 1 (1991), p. 75, ISBN 3-598-10921-0 .
  10. Our school is the best. Cast, production details, content on
  11. a b Andrea Wildner as Marianne Laban. Portrait of the character Marianne Laben, DasErste , accessed on April 24, 2013.
  12. Start of shooting for the 12th season of the successful series. Filming report, DasErste , accessed April 24, 2013.
  13. Crime scene: The dream of the Au. Photo show, production details and plot in .
  14. The Rosenheim Cops: Death on the Golf Course. Cast, content and broadcast date on
  15. A couch for everyone. Production details, cast and characters at
  16. Finally “White and Blue Stories” again, production details , content and cast at Presse Partner Preiss, accessed on April 24, 2013.
  17. The vast country. List of films and audio plays in the Arthur Schnitzler archive of the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg , accessed on April 24, 2013.
  18. Getting married is always a risk. Production details, cast and short review on ( memento from July 3, 2013 in the web archive ).
  19. Andrea Wildner. Entry on Hö
  20. The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Episode 08 - On His Majesty's Order. ( Memento from March 4, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) Cast and production details, entry on Hö
  21. a b c Visit to Andrea Wildner's studio. in: One's Prime. Culture and lifestyle - Munich. 2012, accessed April 24, 2013.