Jella Haase

Jella Haase (born October 26th 1992) is a German actress. Haase began acting in theatre at a very early age. Her film credits include Lollipop Monster, Fack ju Göhte and Kriegerin. She has also appeared on the television shows Polizeiruf 110 and Alpha 0.7 – Der Feind in dir. She won the Bavarian Film Award for Best Young Actress in 2012, the Günter Strack Television Award in 2013 and earned one nomination at the German Film Awards in 2014.

Biography

Jella Haase was born in Berlin-Kreuzberg.[1] Her mother is a dentist.[2] Haase began her career as a child actor in drama theatre. In 2009, she made her film debut in the short film, Der letzte Rest at the age of 15.[2] Her first major role was in the television film, Mama kommt!.[3] It was followed by other TV productions, including two appearances in Polizeiruf 110. In 2010, she starred in six episodes of Alpha 0.7 – Der Feind in dir.

In 2011, she acted in the movie Männerherzen … und die ganz ganz große Liebe. In the same year, she played a leading role in David Wnendt's neo-Nazi film Kriegerin. In the film she appeared alongside Alina Levshin and Gerdy Zint. For this role, and also for the 2011 Ziska Riemann's directorial debut film Lollipop Monster, she received the Bavarian Film Award for Best Young Actress in 2012.[4][5]

In 2013, she played the role of an underage prostitute who films herself having sex with judges and uses the video to blackmail them in the film, Puppenspieler. She also received the Günter-Strack-Television Award in June 2013 for Best Actress. In the same year, she played the role of a teenager Chantal Ackermann in the comedy film Fack ju Göhte directed by Bora Dagtekin. For her role in the film, she earned a nomination for the German Film Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in 2014.[3] She also plays football for FC International.[6]

Awards

Year Award Category For Result
2012 Bavarian Film Awards Best Young Actress Lollipop Monster & Kriegerin Won
2014 German Film Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role Fack ju Göhte Nominated
2013 Günter Strack TV Award Best Young Actress Polizeiruf 110 Won
2011 Nominated
2012 Jupiter Award Best German Actress Lollipop Monster Nominated

References

  1. Geisenhanslüke, Ralph (25 August 2011). ""Ich wünsche mir, immer wieder an meine Grenzen zu kommen"" ["I want to keep coming back to my limits"]. Die Zeit (in German). Archived from the original on 2 February 2014. Retrieved 22 September 2014.
  2. Uslar, Moritz Von (28 July 2014). "Jella Haase Überhaupt nicht harmlos" [Jella Haase Not at all harmless]. Die Zeit (in German). Retrieved 22 September 2014.
  3. "Jella Haase". Crew united (in German). Retrieved 22 September 2014.
  4. Hoedge, Erik Brandt (8 April 2013). "Was guckst du so, Jella Haase?" [What are you looking at, Jella Haase?]. Süddeutsche Zeitung (in German). Archived from the original on 2 February 2014. Retrieved 22 September 2014.
  5. "Ministerpräsident Horst Seehofer verleiht 33. Bayerischen Filmpreis / Ehrenpreis für Regisseur Wim Wenders / Produzentenpreis für die Filme 'Hotel Lux' und 'Halt auf freier Strecke'" [Prime Minister Horst Seehofer gives 33 Bavarian Film Award / Honorary Award for director Wim Wenders / Producer Award for the film "Hotel Lux" and "Stopped on Track".]. Bayern Digital (in German). 20 January 2012. Archived from the original on 23 October 2013. Retrieved 22 September 2014.
  6. Basan, Sandra (19 January 2014). "Der „Fack ju Göhte"-Star lebt in einem Punker-Haus!" [The "Fack ju goehte" star lived in a punk house!]. Bild.de (in German). Retrieved 22 September 2014.
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