Name Wolke Hegenbarth
Known for Mein Leben & Ich
|Born 6 May 1980 (age 43) (1980-05-06) Meerbusch, Germany|
Spouse Justin Bryan (m. 2002–2011)
Movies and TV shows Es kommt noch dicker, Mein Leben & Ich, Die Schonste aus Bitterfeld
Nominations Deutscher Fernsehpreis - Best Actress in a show
Similar Felicitas Woll, Theresa Underberg, Diana Amft
Schauspielerin Wolke Hegenbarth Mercy Ships
Wolke Alma Hegenbarth (born 6 May 1980, Meerbusch) is a German actress, best known for starring in the sitcom Mein Leben & Ich. She is related to illustrator Hannes Hegen (born Johannes Hegenbarth) and the painter Josef Hegenbarth.
- Schauspielerin Wolke Hegenbarth Mercy Ships
- Wolke hegenbarth als playbunny
- Personal life
- Acting career
- Other activism
Wolke hegenbarth als playbunny
Wolke Hegenbarth was born on 6 May 1980 in the German town of Meerbusch, North Rhine-Westphalia. Her uncommon first name, Wolke (German for "cloud"), was her father's wish, who fought successfully in court to name her this way. Hegenbarth herself says that 20% of her prominence probably result from this name. At the age of four she started with ballet lessons. She finished her Abitur in 1999. In 2002, she married South African Justin Bryan, whom she met on an internship in 1999, and whom she divorced in 2012.
She was discovered in 1995 for the popular German sitcom Die Camper, which launched her acting career, after involuntarily attending screen tests. Hegenbarth herself says that she did not want to become an actress but rather a make-up artist. After her role in Die Camper, she played a number of roles in other TV series. In 1996, she was first offered the starring role in the RTL sitcom Mein Leben & Ich (2001–2007) where she played an individualist teenager struggling in a world of unindividualistic teens. In 2004, she won the German Comedy Award for her role in Mein Leben & Ich. After the end of Mein Leben & Ich, she mainly starred in TV films.
She was a candidate on Let's Dance with former professional dancer Oliver Seefeldt as her partner in 2006. On 30 June 2007, she and Seefeldt won the German Eurovision Dance Contest-preliminaries and they entered the 2007 contest together, reaching the 8th place.
Hegenbarth is a sponsor for two children for World Vision and supports the campaign "Trotz AIDS".