'Ute Lubosch' (March 10 1953 in Erfurt) is a German actress.


Ute Lubosch studied acting at the Theatre Leipzig and in the drama studio of the Dresden State Theatre. In Dresden, they had their first commitment for a longer engagement followed at the State Theatre Nordhausen and the People's Theatre in Rostock. Since the early 1970s she starred in many DEFA films. Her first starring role was in 1979, Louise Wilhelmine "Minna" Jägle, the fiancée of Hilmar Eichhorn played playwright Georg Buchner in Lothar Warneke s Addio, piccola mia. Other leading roles followed, in 1980 in the Günter de Bruyn film happiness in the backyard.

From 1990 she worked primarily in theater, then n in the Störtebeker Festival in Ralswiek (directed by Roland Oehme) and from 2005 in Gents in Berlin in Gesine Danckwart s should be: breaking point. In addition, she held teaching positions at the Academy of Film and Television "Konrad Wolf" in Babelsberg, the Mittweida and the Academy of Dramatic Arts "Ernst Busch "Berlin. Since 2006 Ute Lubosch in goods in the Müritz saga seen.

Ute Lubosch is married since 2008. [1]

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