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Jördis Triebel is a well-known German film and stage actress.
Graduated from Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts, Jördis Triebel was seen in films such as 'Emma’s Bliss', 'The Silent Revolution', and 'Pope Joan'. She is famous for her television role as Dr. Völcker on 'Babylon Berlin'.
Jördis Triebel played the main role of Katharina Nielsen in the tv series 'Dark'. She was Ulrich’s wife; Magnus. Martha and Mikkel’s mother, a high school principal. The actress was nominated for the Deutscher Flimpreis (German Film Awards) for her performance as the strongwoman/pig farmer Emma in 'Emma's Bliss'.
Jördis Triebel has an approximate net worth of $1 million.
The annual income of Jordis Triebel is not available.
Jördis Triebel stands at the height of 5 ft 7 in (170 cm). She has blonde hair and green eyes.
Born on October 30, 1977, Jördis Triebel is 44 years old, as of 2022.
The actress Jördis Triebel was born in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, Germany.
Jordis Triebel has four sisters and she is the second oldest. Triebel was introduced to the world of theater at a young age by her mother, who worked at the Theater der Freundschaft (now Theater a der Parkaue) and took care of the props, prior to the fall of the Berlin Wall and gave her the opportunity to observe rehearsals on occasion.
From 1997 - 2001, Jördis Triebel attended the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts to study acting.
Talking about her family life, Jördis Triebel was in a relationship with Matthias Weidenhofer. He is a German actor recognized for his role in the Netflix series 'Barbarians' as Golmad. He’s also appeared on 'Never Too Late For Justice', and 'Shades Of Guilt'.
In 2014, the couple got divorced. Together they have two sons, Jack Oskar Weidenhofer being one of them.
Shortly after graduating, Jördis Triebel started her acting career with the Bremer Theater. Triebel was a member of the cast there for three years, up to 2004. The next year, she worked in one of Germany's most distinctive and significant theatres, the Schauspielhaus Zürich.
While there, Triebel contributed to the productions of Mark Ravenhill's 'Gestochen scharfe Polaroids', 'Hamlet', 'Romeo And Juliet', and 'Baumeister Solneß' (The Master Builder) by Henrik Ibsen.
Jördis Triebel made her screen debut in Antje Busse's short film 'Lange Tage' in 2003. Following her remarkable performance in a theater in 2005, Triebel was offered a guest part as Herzblut in the television series 'Wolffs Revier'.
Triebel competed for the main role in the 2013 escape drama 'Westen', which was based on GDR novelist Julia Franck, and was selected at the global competition in a city.
After parting links with Bremer Theater in 2004, Jördis Triebel briefly appeared at the Schauspielhaus Zürich (The Zürich theater) in 2004 and 2005. She had an appearance in the tragicomedy 'Das weite Land' (1911) by Arthur Schnitzler, which chronicles the affair between light-bulb maker Friedrich Hofreiter and his wife's banker.
In the movie 'Emma's Bliss', Jordis Triebel played the strongwoman/pig farmer Emma in her major role. The actress also appeared in the Netflix series 'Dark' (2017).
Jordis Triebel was cast in a number of films in 2015, such as 'Familienfest', and 'One Breath'.
Jordis Triebel also had a re-occurring role in television series 'KDD – Kriminaldauerdienst'.
Jördis Triebel won the Best Actress prize at the 2013 Montreal World Film Festival for her leading role in 'Westen'. She received German Film Awards for her work in 'Emma's Bliss', 'One Breath' (2015), and 'West' (2013).
For her appearance as the mother of the supposed pope in the film, 'Pope Joan' for which Jordis Triebel received a nomination for a German Film Awards.
Jördis Triebel is an avid pet lover.
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