Eva Habermann is a German actress and model known for her work in both television and film. Here’s a brief account of Eva Habermann’s biography, career, family, and education:
|Name||Eva Felicitas Habermann|
|Born||January 16, 1976|
|Education||University of Hamburg|
Early Life and Education
Eva Felicitas Habermann was born on January 16, 1976, in Hamburg, Germany. Her father was a prominent lawyer, while her mother worked as a housewife. Eva’s interest in acting and modeling began at an early age. She attended the University of Hamburg, where she studied English and German literature.
Eva Habermann began her career as a model, working for various brands and appearing in several commercials. She made her acting debut in 1995 in the television series “Gegen den Wind,” where she played a recurring role as Julia.
In 1997, Habermann rose to prominence for her role as Zev Bellringer in the Canadian-German science fiction series “LEXX.” She starred in the series for two seasons before leaving in 1998 to pursue other projects.
Following her departure from “LEXX,” Habermann continued to work in television, appearing in popular German series like “Der Bulle von Tölz,” “Küstenwache,” and “Im Tal der wilden Rosen.” She also starred in the TV movie “Die Wilden Hühner” (2006) and its sequel “Die Wilden Hühner und das Leben” (2009).
In addition to her television work, Habermann has appeared in several films, including “Angel Express” (1998), “Feuer, Eis & Dosenbier” (2002), and “Der Clown” (2005).
Eva Habermann has kept her personal life relatively private, and not much is known about her family or relationships. She is currently not married and does not have any children.