Adele Neuhauser

Adele Neuhauser (born 17 January 1959 in Athens, Greece) is an Austrian actress. She began her career as a theater actress. Later she also worked for television and cinema. She is a member of the Akademie des Österreichischen Films.

Adele Neuhauser
Adele Neuhauser (2010)
Born (1959-01-17) 17 January 1959

Life

Adele Neuhauser was born in Athens but moved at the age of four with her family from Greece to Vienna, where she grew up. Her mother left the family with Neuhauser's half-brother and Neuhauser and her brother stayed with their Greek father George. Later she grew up alone with him.[1] At the age of ten she cut her wrist and until the age of twentyone she tried several times more to commit suicide.[2][3]

After separating from her husband Zoltan Paul,[4] Neuhauser moved to Vienna. They have a son who is studying jazz guitar in Graz.[5] She likes to hike, mostly on her own.[3]

Neuhauser's grandparents from the Waldviertel were academic painters. Her brother, Peter Marquant,[4] followed in their footsteps. The sgraffito on the Vienna Künstlerhaus have been created by her grandfather.[6] Because her grandfather was of the opinion that there should be only one painter in the family, her grandmother turned to the production of tapestry, Punch figures and worked for the Wiener Werkstätten. Her great-grandmother, although not personally affected by the NS race laws, went voluntarily with her Jewish husband to the concentration camp where both died.[2]

Career

Neuhauser wanted to be an actress since she was six. 1976 - 1978 she trained as actor at the drama school Schauspielschule Krauss. In her early twenties[5] she moved to Germany and began to play at theaters in Münster,[5] Essen, Regensburg, at the Staatstheater Mainz[7] and occasionally also in Vienna.[5]

Neuhauser gained nationwide attention for playing as woman Mephisto in Faust at the Stadttheater Regensburg. In addition, she also starred in movies (Helden in Tirol, Gone – eine tödliche Leidenschaft, Wo ist Fred?, The Perlmutterfarbe, 3faltig) and television series (Tatort, Polizeiruf 110 and Sinan Toprak ist der Unbestechliche) and became widely known for her distinctive voice, in particular through her role of the farmer's wife Julie Zirbner in the ORF production Vier Frauen und ein Todesfall.

In 2008 Neuhauser underwent a vocal cord surgery due to deposits and a Reinke's edema[3] on the vocal cords. The pitch of her voice has thus increased a little and she has since then not been addressed anymore on the phone as "Mr. Neuhauser".[3][8]

Since 2010 she plays the alcohol-dependent former vice squad investigator Bibi Fellner who suffers from Burnout syndrome and works on the side of Harald Krassnitzer (as Moritz Eisner) in the Viennese Tatort produced by the ORF.[5]

Filmography (incomplete)

Television

  • 1978: Kottan ermittelt (Nachttankstelle), as pupil
  • 1990: Der neue Mann
  • 1995: Um die 30
  • 1995: Kriminaltango
  • 1996: Der Fahrradfahrer
  • 1998: Die Mädchenfalle – Der Tod kommt online
  • 1998: Neonnächte – Gefahr der Großstadt
  • 1999: Alphamann
  • 1999: Meines Bruders Hüter
  • 1999: Weg in die Dunkelheit
  • 1999: Sinan Toprak ist der Unbestechliche
  • 1999: Tatort – Die kleine Zeugin (SWR)
  • 2001: Der Kranichmann
  • 2001: Davon stirbt man nicht
  • 2001: Der kleine Mann
  • 2001: Zwei Engel auf Streife (series)
  • 2002: Tatort – Wolf im Schafspelz (BR)
  • 2003: Die Rosenheim-Cops
  • 2003: Schulmädchen (RTL)
  • 2003: Die Kirschenkönigin (TV miniseries; ZDF)
  • 2004: Italiener und andere Süßigkeiten (ProSieben)
  • 2004: Der Weihnachtshund
  • since 2005: Vier Frauen und ein Todesfall (ORF)
  • 2005: Vorsicht Schwiegermutter! (ProSieben)
  • 2005: Mutig in die neuen Zeiten – Im Reich der Reblaus (serial; ORF-Zeitgeschichte)
  • 2005: Zwei Weihnachtshunde
  • 2006: Mutig in die neuen Zeiten (serial; ORF-Zeitgeschichte)
  • 2006: Wo ist Fred?
  • 2007: Ich Chef, du nix
  • 2007: Großstadtrevier
  • 2008–2011: Doctor’s Diary (ORF/RTL)
  • 2008: Ich liebe den Mann meiner besten Freundin (Sat.1)
  • 2008: Tatort - Granit
  • 2009: Mein Flaschengeist und Ich (RTL)
  • 2009: Sturmfrei – Der Film
  • 2009: Die Perlmutterfarbe
  • 2009: London, Liebe, Taubenschlag
  • 2009: Liebe Edelbitter
  • 2009: Wüstenblume (voice)
  • 2010: Tatort: Weil sie böse sind (HR)
  • 2010: Aufschneider (ORF)
  • 2010: Die Wanderhure
  • 2010: Molly & Mops – Das Leben ist kein Gugelhupf (series; ORF/ZDF/mungo-film[9])
  • since 2011: Tatort (ORF) as inspector Bibi Fellner
    • 2011: Vergeltung
    • 2011: Ausgelöscht
    • 2012: Kein Entkommen
    • 2012: Falsch verpackt
    • 2013: Zwischen den Fronten
    • 2013: Unvergessen
    • 2013: Angezählt
    • 2013: Abgründe
  • 2012: Der Heiratsschwindler und seine Frau
  • 2016: Die Kunst des Krieges

Cinema

  • 1996: Irren ist männlich
  • 1998: Helden in Tirol
  • 2001: nogo
  • 2004: Gone – Eine tödliche Leidenschaft
  • 2010: 3faltig
  • 2013: Bad Fucking

Theater (incomplete)

Awards

  • 1996: Darstellerpreis Bayerische Theatertage[11]
  • 2012: Romy Film- und Fernsehpreis as Beliebteste Seriendarstellerin (most popular actor/actress in TV series)
  • 2013: Romy Film- und Fernsehpreis as Beliebteste Seriendarstellerin (most popular actor/actress in TV series)
  • 2014: Grimme-Preis for Tatort: Angezählt

Adele Neuhauser on IMDb

References

  1. Mein Vater 89 Jahre – und ein Weltenbummler!. Kindheit beim griechischen Vater. In: FOCUS Magazin Nr. 34, 20. August 2012. Online on focus.de.
  2. Friederike Leibl: Adele Neuhauser: "Jetzt hänge ich mehr am Leben" interview. Die Presse, print edition January 1, 2011 Retrieved on June 14, 2011
  3. Joachim Schmitz: Adele Neuhauser: Dunkle Seiten, helle Seiten. Über Suizidversuche in der Jugend und ihre Rolle als Wiener „Tatort“-Kommissarin. Archived October 14, 2012, at the Wayback Machine interview in Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung, May 28, 2011 Retrieved May 28, 2011
  4. ORF (Austrian Broadcasting) Thema from 12 September 2011.
  5. "Adele Neuhauser. – Kommissarin an der Wand, interview about her role Tatort: Ausgelöscht". Frank Rauscher, Teleschau media service. May 29, 2011. Retrieved June 14, 2011.
  6. Picture (Clemens Fabry) of one of the sgraffito with Adele Neuhauser. As signature a L. SC or L. SO can be seen
  7. Geller, Juliane. "Adele Neuhauser". prisma Verlags GmbH & Co. KG. Retrieved October 1, 2013.
  8. Adele Neuhauser: "Seit meiner Stimm-OP sagt niemand mehr Herr Neuhauser zu mir".. Medizin populär. Edition September 2010. medizinpopulaer.at. Retrieved on 3 November 2018.
  9. Molly & Mops on kundendienst.orf.at. Accessed 14 June 2011
  10. Florian Scheubas „Unschuldsvermutung“ ab 17.11. im Rabenhof Theater. In: Format.at, 8 November 2010. Accessed 13 June 2011
  11. Agentur Scenario: Adele Neuhauser – Facts Archived April 19, 2014, at the Wayback Machine, accessed 29 May 2011
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