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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 2 December 1979Erfurt, German Democratic Republic [now Federal Republic of Germany]
Height 5' 6¼" (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Yvonne Catterfeld was born on December 2, 1979 in Erfurt, German Democratic Republic [now Federal Republic of Germany]. She is an actress, known for Rabbit Without Ears (2007), Rabbit Without Ears 2 (2009) and Schatten der Gerechtigkeit (2009).

Trivia (10)

Successful singer in Germany. Her single, "Für Dich", written by German rapper Lukas Hilbert and produced by Dieter Bohlen, was number 1 in the single charts for 6 weeks (2003).
She is famous for her role of "Julia Blum" in the German soap opera Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten (1992) that she portrayed from 2002 until 2005.
Started her singing career at the age of 15.
Longtime companion of actor Wayne Carpendale.
Won an ECHO Award for "Best Female Artist National Rock/Pop" in 2004.
Studied pop and jazz at the Music Academy in Leipzig for two years.
Her first single in English was a duet with Eric Benét called "Where Does The Love Go" (2005).
Separated from Wayne Carpendale (August 2007).
Is in a relationship with actor Oliver Wnuk, whom she met while filming U-900 (2008).
Resembling Romy Schneider, the producers of a biopic about the late actress' life announced that she would play her (February 2008) but, the project fell through due to the lack of financiers.

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