Karoline Herfurth is a skilled German actress and director known for her roles in both German and international films. With her impressive acting talent and dedication to her craft, she has become a prominent figure in the entertainment industry. Here’s a summary of Karoline Herfurth’s biography, career, family, and education.
|Born||May 22, 1984|
|Partner||Friedrich Mücke (2016-present)|
|Education||Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts, Berlin|
Karoline Herfurth Early Life and Education
Karoline Herfurth was born on May 22, 1984, in Berlin, Germany. She was raised in a family with a strong artistic background; her mother was a painter and her father was a theatre director. Herfurth developed a passion for acting at a young age and started taking acting classes when she was just 10 years old.
After finishing high school, Herfurth pursued her dream of becoming an actress by enrolling at the prestigious Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts in Berlin, where she studied acting from 2005 to 2009.
Karoline Herfurth Career
Karoline Herfurth’s acting career began in 2000 when she starred in the German TV movie “Stunde der Wahrheit” at the age of 16. Her breakthrough role came in 2001 with the film “Crazy,” where she played the character of Lena.
In 2004, Herfurth gained international recognition for her role as Lilli in the German film “The Edukators.” Her other notable German film roles include “Perfume: The Story of a Murderer” (2006), “A Year Ago in Winter” (2008), and “Vincent Wants to Sea” (2010).
Herfurth also starred in international films such as “We Are the Night” (2010), “The Reader” (2008), and “Passion” (2012), which showcased her versatility as an actress.
In 2016, Karoline Herfurth made her directorial debut with the romantic comedy film “You’ve Got a Message” (SMS für Dich), in which she also played the lead role.
Karoline Herfurth Personal Life
Karoline Herfurth has been in a relationship with German actor Friedrich Mücke since 2016. The couple has one child together.