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Martina Spitzer is an actress, known for Risse im Beton (2014), Das Haus meines Vaters (2013) and Abschied (2014). See full bio »

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Known For

Risse im Beton
(2014)
Das Haus meines Vaters
(2013)
Abschied
Abschied Helene
(2014)
Paradies: Glaube
Paradies: Glaube Legio Herz Jesu
(2012)

Filmography

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 2018 L'Animale (post-production)
Turnlehrerin
 2018 Die Bewegung der Sterne (Short)
Frau in U-Bahn
 2017 SOKO Donau (TV Series)
Barbara Mayringer
- Unter Verdacht (2017) ... Barbara Mayringer
 2017 Schnell ermittelt (TV Series)
Wiltrud Ofner
- Wolf Brennersdorfer (2017) ... Wiltrud Ofner
 2015 Der Tote am Teich (TV Movie)
 2015 Der Metzger und der Tote im Haifischbecken (TV Movie)
Luise Friedmann
 2014 Tatort (TV Series)
Marianne Pölzl
- Abgründe (2014) ... Marianne Pölzl
 2014 Abschied
Helene
 2014 Risse im Beton
Andrea
 2013 Tuppern (Short)
Renate
 2012 Braunschlag (TV Series)
Mucki
- Freunde für's Leben (2012) ... Mucki
- Bauxi (2012) ... Mucki
- Der Überfall (2012) ... Mucki
- Ein heiliges Wunder (2012) ... Mucki
 2012 Reigen (TV Movie)
Die Dirne
 2012 Paradies: Glaube
Legio Herz Jesu
 2010 Tom Turbo (TV Series)
Bäuerin
- Die Maschine der 1000 Wunder (2010) ... Bäuerin
 2010 Tag und Nacht
Sissi
 2004 Hurensohn

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