Lena grew up in the UNESCO World heritage town of Bamberg in Bavaria, Germany. During her High school years specializing in Arts and Music, she found her love for acting. She performed all through high school in major plays and toured Europe with various choirs. The first actress in her family of 4 siblings, she attended the prestigious Film university Potsdam Babelsberg and did her first feature film "The last Bite" during her studies. After graduation, she immediately joined the theatre company in Hildesheim, Germany and from there got offered a two year residency as a theatre actress in Budapest, Hungary. During that time she won two awards for her performances and appeared in several German short films. On returning to Germany, she starred in the short "Going to Nashville" and the feature film "Gallery Weekend" which got invited to several Film Festivals. Her passion for theatre was rewarded with another award for her acting on stage. Lena is based in London and Berlin, her short film "Easy said up high" screened at 40 festivals and won several awards for best comedy, best romance and best ensemble. Recent acting credits include the German TV series '1806-Die Nürnberg Saga', the independent family drama 'Mama wants to go home' and 'We have a Ghost' on Netflix.
- Girl Who Loves Ernest(uncredited)
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