Lubosch, Ute


Ute Lubosch was born on March 10, 1953 in Erfurt, Germany. She studied at the Academy for Theater in Leipzig. Stage engagements followed in Dresden, Nordhausen, Rostock, and Stendal.


Ute Lubosch debuted in front of the camera in the DEFA film Der Dritte. Thanks to her expressive face she displayed her versatility in numerous film and television productions throughout the 1970s and 80s, and is convincing in the Bruyn adaptation Glück im Hinterhaus as well as in the TV series Alfons Zitterbacke from 1986.


Since German unification she has continued to act occasionally in television as well as in major motion pictures such as Lola rennt and Abgehauen, based on the Manfred Krug memoir about leaving the GDR.


Lubosch also returned to the theater and was a guest at the Hebbel am Ufer in Berlin, Deutschen Nationaltheater in Weimar and played at the Störtebeker Festival. She has also taught at various schools for performing art, including in Berlin and Potsdam.


Festivals & Awards:

1996 Walter Serner Prize for Der Mann, der Leo heißt (transl. The Man Called Leo, short story)


2011 Nacht ohne Morgen (Night without Morning, TV)
2000 – 2008 Tatort (Crime Scene, TV series)
2006 SOKO Leipzig (TV series)
1998 Lola rennt (Run Lola Run)
1998 Abgehauen (Runaway)
1991 Miraculi
1990 Die Architekten (The Architects)
1989 Grüne Hochzeit (Just Married)
1988 Die Schauspielerin (The Actress)
1987 Felix und der Wolf (Felix and the Wolf)
1983 Das Luftschiff (The Airship)
1983 Das Eismeer ruft (The Arctic Sea Calls)
1981 Alexander der Kleine (Little Alexander)
1980 Don Juan – Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 78 (Don Juan, 78 Karl Liebknecht Street)
1979 Glück im Hinterhaus (Rear House Bliss)
1979 Addio, piccolo mia
1975 Bankett für Achilles (Banquet For Achilles)
1974 Der Dritte (Her Third)
1973 Der nackte Mann auf dem Sportplatz (The Naked Man on the Sports Field)


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