Nora Tschirner, born on June 12th 1981 in East Berlin, is the daughter of documentary filmmaker Joachim Tschirner. She played her first parts in Connie Walther’s teenager drama “Wie Feuer und Flamme” (Never Mind The Wall, 2000/2001) and in the late afternoon TV series “Sternenfänger”. After playing the leading female part in “Soloalbum” (Solo Album, 2002/2003), an adaptation of a novel by Benjamin Stuckrad-Barre, Tschirner made her stage debut in a production of “Trainspotting” at Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg. She then continued her movie career with Anno Saul’s comedy “Kebab Connection” (2004). Besides her work as an actress, Tschirner was a presenter for MTV Germany and for “Radio Fritz”, a Berlin-based radio station.
Tschirner established her reputation and special talent for sensitive yet self-confident and strong-willed characters with her following films: In “FC Venus” ("FC – Women with Balls ") Tschirner portrays a laddish soccer football player, and in Til Schweiger’s… read more