Bettina was born near the alpha world city Frankfurt. Her childhood in England sparked off her love for British television and theatre. She attended elementary & secondary school in Germany, where she made her debut performing in plays & musicals as well as in concerts as a solo singer (and later cellist & pianist) at the age of 7. She moved back to the UK to study Drama & Dance at the prestigious London Studio Centre & Middlesex University in London. Since then, Bettina has lived in several cities & countries and whirled across sets & stages in occident & orient: Upon graduation she toured the UK, Europe and the Middle East and returned to Germany to work as an actress, singer and dancer in prestigious theaters such as Komische Oper Berlin (awarded Company of the Year 2015 at the International London Opera Awards & Opera House of the Season 2013/14), Theater am Goetheplatz Bremen, Operettenhaus Hamburg. In 2009, Bettina decided to additionally pursue a career in film & television, thus she auditioned for a postgraduate acting course at the Institute for Film & Television Berlin and was accepted into the Camera Actors Studio program. Bettina’s feature film debut was the role of Contemporary dancer Birke in Russendisko (2012). Her first co-written & self-produced short Schauspieler 3.0 – Freude am Besetzen (2013) was awarded in the Category “Special” at the Film Festival Munich 2013. Moreover, Bettina has been working as a choreographer, writer, director and voice artist.
Animation, Comedy, Family, Horror