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Annette Paulmann

Annette Paulmann was born in Ertinghausen in the Solling forest in 1964 and after achieving her university entrance qualifications, she attended the Hamburg acting school and appeared at the Thalia Theater in Hamburg between 1987 and 2000. This was followed by a two-year stint at the Burgtheater Wien until she joined the ensemble at the Münchner Kammerspiele in 2002. Annette has worked with the likes of Jürgen Flimm, Robert Wilson, Katharina Thalbach, Yoshi Oïda and Peter Stein as well as Andreas Kriegenburg, Stefan Pucher, Luc Perceval, Sebastian Nübling, Johan Simons, Nicolas Stemann, Christof Marthaler, Leonie Böhm and Florentina Holzinger. Throughout her career, she has received numerous awards; she was chosen by Theater heute as Young Actor of the Year 1990 and received the Boy-Gobert Prize from the Körber Foundation. In 1998, Annette was presented with the Tilla Durieux Collier – a necklace containing 34 zircons set in platinum, which is awarded every ten years to an “outstanding female representative of German dramatic art”. In 2010, she was chosen by Theater heute as Actor of the Year and received the 3sat Actor’s Award. In 2017 she was awarded the Munich Theatre Prize.

“AmA ohne Maske”

The imagined portrait of an actor / actress of herself: With which scene could it begin? What are groundbreaking career and biographical moments, and what do they say about the dreams and goals of a newly forming ensemble? In the podcast “AmA ohne Maske” the actors and actresses of the Münchner Kammerspiele talk about themselves: the people who will define the theater in the coming years.

Concept & Direction: Wiebke Puls
Sound & & Editing: Johann Jürgen Koch, Martin Sraier

„Irgendwie habe ich gedacht, die Zuschauer würden doch wahrscheinlich aus Höflichkeit sofort weggucken. Und wenn nicht aus Höflichkeit, dann vielleicht aus Instinkt. Aber nee.“

– Annette Paulmann

Annette Paulmann über die „Zukünftigen”, „Babyboomer” und Marietta di Monaco.