Anaid Iplicjian

Anaid Iplicjian ( born October 24, 1935 in Berlin ) is a German actress of Armenian descent.


Iplicjian, daughter of Armenian parents, grew up in Austria Mondsee. She attended at the request of parents initially a fashion school. Following this she trained as an actress at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Your first commitment led her in 1953 at the Stadttheater Klagenfurt. In 1955 she went for one season to the United Stages of Graz, 1957 to 1959 she was firmly committed at the Staatstheater Wiesbaden. In 1960 she moved to Munich to occur at the local chamber games. In Munich she also received her first offer from Movies ( A woman for life ). Nevertheless, the theater remained her main field of activity.

After her engagement at the State Theater Hannover (1966-1971) she worked as a freelance actress from 1971. She played at the Theater am Dom in Cologne, at the Fritz - Rémond Theatre in Frankfurt am Main, and at the Bad Hersfeld Festival, at the Ernst- German Theatre in Hamburg, at the Comedy Munich, the Theater in der Josefstadt and popular theater Vienna very often at the Theater am Kurfürstendamm in Berlin and on the comedy. They also undertook a series of drama tours.

She hosted the Euro Vision Song Contest 1957. Iplicjian The following year, presented the preliminary decision to the German Euro Vision Song Contest 1958 in Dortmund. Later, she appeared in several television dramas and series. Since 2000, Anaid Iplicjian withdrew more and more; In 2004 she starred in an episode of the series SOKO 5113 ( Dead in the press ). In 2009, she played the role of Aunt Sophia in Donna Leon filming How through a dark glass.

Anaid Iplicjian is married to the director Herbert Kreppel.

Stage roles

Iplicjian played, among others, the following stage roles: Olivia in Twelfth Night, Anna in the comedy The glass of water, the title role in the comedy Cyprienne by Victorien Sardou, the title role in the comedy Mirandolina by Carlo Goldoni, Alcmene in Amphitryon, the title role in Hedda Gabler, the title role in the Countess of Rathenow by Hartmut Lange, Beatrice in Twelfth Night, Titania and Hippolyta in A Midsummer night's Dream, Alexandra in the comedy the Swan of Ferenc Molnár, Johanna in the trapped Altona by Jean -Paul Sartre, Lady Chiltern in An Ideal Husband, Arcadina in The Seagull and Maria Callas in Master Class by Terrence McNally.

In the area of the Boulevard Theatre, she performed, among others, in the comedy Plaza Suite by Neil Simon ( with Hans -Joachim Kulenkampff, Helmuth Lohner, Harald Juhnke as a partner ) and half truths by Alan Ayckbourn.


Filmography (selection)