Doris Schretzmayer was born May 31, 1972 in Tulln on the Danube, grew up in Hausleiten, and is an Austrian actress.
After graduation in 1992 her interests were writing, journalism and business studies. She became a presenter at Radio CD International and in 1993 moved to the ORF, to the radio station’s Ö3 night program, and only a short time later became a television spokesperson.
Later she moved to London to start a production company with a friend. In parallel, she began acting lessons and she wrote several articles about fashion, people, travel, and a column about her life as a young Austrian in Hollywood. She celebrated her debut in cinema in 1997 with the film Tempo, directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky . Her first television role was in 1998 in the series Friends for Life. She then played in the 13-part Sat.1 series Die Neue – Eine Frau mit Kaliber, the role of Lisa Engel. Despite good reviews the show flopped with viewers.
After the end of filming of the series… read more