Fritzi Haberlandt

Fritzi Haberlandt ( born June 6, 1975 in East Berlin ) is a German actress.


Fritzi Haberlandt - daughter of a broadcast technician and an employee at the Cultural Alliance - initially attended school in Berlin. In 1991 the family moved together with his younger brother to Norderstedt near Hamburg. There she made ​​in 1995, the High School. This was followed from 1995 to 1999 training as an actress at the Academy of Dramatic Arts Ernst Busch in Berlin, where she studied in a vintage with Lars Eidinger, Nina Hoss, Devid STRIESOW and Mark Waschke.

During her studies and subsequently Haberlandt worked with Robert Wilson, including in 1998 at the Berliner Ensemble ( Lucile in Danton's Death ) in 1999 and in New York (The Days Before: Death, Destruction Detroit III) together. First film experience she gained, directed by Egon Günther as Ernestine Vulpius in The Bride. In the cold evening hints of Ingrid Noll is directed by Rainer Kaufmann she played the lead role and was awarded the Bavarian Film Prize. End of 1999, she went to an engagement at the theater Hanover and debuted there as Franziska in Minna von Barn-helm of GE Lessing ( staging Tilman Gersch ) and as Emily in Our Town / Action by Thornton Wilder / Sam Shepard (director Hartmut Wickert ).

From the season 2000/2001 until the end of the season 2005/2006 she was a member of the Thalia Theater in Hamburg. From 2006 to 2008 it belonged to the ensemble of the Berlin's Maxim Gorki Theater under the direction of Armin Petras. You still a guest at the Maxim Gorki Theater, since 2009, at Vienna's Burgtheater.

2012 Haberlandt was nominated for her supporting role in Hendrik Handloegten Summer Window for the German Film Award after they learn the award are already for her performance in Handloegten (2003) had received. She lives together with the director and scriptwriter in Berlin- Kreuzberg.

In 2013 she played restate under Handloegten Director, in the music video family party bosses of the main character.

Important theater works

  • Title role of Lulu by Frank Wedekind - Director: Michael Thalheimer
  • Lucille in Danton's Death by Georg Büchner - Director: Robert Wilson
  • Franziska in Minna von Barn-helm of Gotthold Ephraim Lessing - Director: Tilman Gersch
  • Natasha in The Lower Depths by Maxim Gorky - Director: Andreas Kriegenburg
  • Julie Liliom by Ferenc Molnár in - Director: Michael Thalheimer
  • Pink in Fight City. Vineta by Fritz Kater - Director: Armin Petras
  • Luise Miller in Kabale und Liebe by Friedrich Schiller - Director: Michael Thalheimer
  • Mitzi in flirtation by Arthur Schnitzler - Director: Michael Thalheimer
  • Charlotte in The Sorrows of Young Werther by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - Director: Jan Bosse


Audiobooks (selection)

  • 2003: Molly Moon by Georgia Byng, The Hörverlag, ISBN 3-899-40088-7
  • 2007: The Artificial Silk Girl by Irmgard Keun, Random House Audio, ISBN 978-3-898-30968-4
  • 2008: The Little Ghost by Otfried Preußler, Audio Publishing, ISBN 978-3-89813-772-0
  • 2009: Diary of Anne Frank, Argon Verlag, ISBN 978-3-86610-765-6


  • Youth Player of the Year in 2000 and 2001 ( Opera Today )
  • Bavarian Film Awards 2000: Best Young Actress for the cold evening breeze
  • Boy Gobert Prize 2001
  • Alfred Kerr Actor Award in 2003 for their roles in a Time to Die Time to love and flirtation
  • German Film Awards 2004: Best Supporting Actress for chairs learn
  • Hessian Television Award in 2007 for her performance in the television movie A late girl
  • Ernst Lubitsch Prize 2012 for an island called Udo