Schrader, Maria 1965–
Schrader, Maria 1965–
Born in 1965, in Hannover, Germany; children: (with Rainer Kaufmann) Felice.
Addresses: Agent—Baier/Kleinman International, 3575 Cahuenga Blvd. West, Suite 500, Los Angeles, CA 90068; Players Agency, Sophienstrasse 21, Berlin 10178 Germany. Manager—Davien Littlefield Management, 939 8th Ave., Suite 609, New York, NY 10019.
Career: Actress and screenwriter.
Awards, Honors: Best actress award, Max Ophuls Festival, 1992, for I Was on Mars; Bavarian Film Award, best actress, Film Award in Gold, outstanding individual achievement—actress, German Film Awards, Mystfest award, best actress, 1995, all for Burning Life; Bavarian Film Award, best actress, Film Award in Gold, outstanding individual achievement—actress, German Film Awards, both 1995, for Keiner liebt mich; Film Award in Gold, outstanding individual achievement—actress, German Film Awards, 1995, for Einer meiner altesten Freunde; Golden Lion Award nomination, best actress in a television film, RTL Golden Lion Awards, 1997, for Der Kindermor; Bavarian Film Award, best actress, Silver Berlin Bear, best actress, Berlin International Film Festival, Film Award in Gold, outstanding individual achievement—actress, German Film Awards, 1999, all for Amiee & Jaguar; Film Award in Gold, outstanding individual achievement—actress, German Film Awards, 1999, for Meschugge; named European film "Shooting Star," European Film Producers, 1999.
Malu, RobbyKallePaul (also known as Robbykallepaul oder wie wir Japaner sagen: Mu), 1989.
Silva, I Was on Mars, Good Machine, 1992.
Yvette, Je m'appelle Victor (also known as My Name Is Victor), 1993.
Ohne mich, 1993.
Sunny, Halbe Welt (also known as Half the World), 1993.
One of My Oldest Friends, 1994.
Anna, Burning Life, 1994.
Fanny Fink, Keiner liebt mich (also known as Nobody Loves Me), Hispano Foxfilm, 1994.
Marion, Einer meiner altesten Freude, 1994.
Julia Savern, Stille Macht, Buena Vista, 1995.
Girl in phone booth, Flirt, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1995.
Sophie Moor, Der Unfisch (also known as The Unfish), 1997.
Lena Katz, Meschugge (also known as The Giraffe), German Independent, 1998.
Elke, Bin ich schoen? (also known as Am I Beautiful?), Constantin Film, 1998.
Felice Schragenheim (Jaguar), Aimee & Jaguar (also known as Aimee and Jaguar), Zeitgeist Films, 1999.
After the Truth, 1999.
Die Hochzeitskuh, 2000.
Al, Josephine, 2000.
Lehrerin, Ausflug, 2001.
Pastorin Hummel, Emil und die Detektive (also known as Emil and the Detectives), 2001.
Johanna von Schulenbe, Viktor Vogel—Commercial Man (also known as Advertising Rules!, Commercial Men, and Viktor Vogel), Sony Pictures Video, 2001.
Melanie Krieger, Vater (also known as I'm the Father), 2002.
Hannah Weinstein, Rosenstrasse (also known as RosenstraBe), 2003.
Felici, The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 2: Vaux to the Sea, A-Film Distribution, 2004.
Elisabeth, Schneeland (also known as Snowland), Concorde Filmverleih GmbH, 2005.
Annabella, Acting (short), 2005.
Still photographer, RobbyKallePaul (also known as Robbykallepaul oder wie wir Japaner sagen: Mu), 1989.
Director, Liebeleben, X Verleih AG, 2006.
Television Appearances; Series:
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Camino de Santiago (also known as The Road to Santiago), 1999.
Television Appearances; Movies:
"Ohne Mich," Neues Deutschland, 1993.
Petra, Magic Mueller, 1993.
Ute Boening, Risiko Null—Der tod steht auf dem speiseplan (also known as Death a la Carte), 1995.
Holly, Eine unmoegliche hochzeit (also known as An Impossible Marriage), 1996.
Katrin, Der Kindermond, 1996.
Sophie Wolf, Operation Rubikon, 2002.
Kriemhild, Die Nibelungen, 2002.
RobbyKallePaul (also known as Robbykallepaul oder wie wir Japaner sagan: Mu), 1989.
I Was on Mars, Good Machine, 1992.
Still Nacht (also known as Stille Nacht—Ein fest der liebe), Buena Vista, 1995.
Meschugge (also known as The Giraffe), German Independent, 1998.
Liebesleben, X Verleih AG, 2006.
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