Maren Eggert
German actor
Maren Eggert
Maren Eggert is a German actress. She is best known for playing the role of Frieda Jung in the German TV series Tatort. Another notable appearance of her is the role of Dora in the 2001 film Das Experiment, opposite Moritz Bleibtreu. She starred in the film Marseille which was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival. Besides this she plays at the Thalia theatre in Hamburg.
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Karen Egger: Banks Need a Culture Shock
Huffington Post - over 4 years
The bad practices that precipitated the financial crisis have become the central point of yet another U.S. lawsuit. Barclays Bank is the subject of an investigation for allegedly failing to comply with the law, just days after the U.S. government announced it is seeking $1 billion in a civil suit filed against Bank of America, alleging fraud in the granting of loans in the pursuit of quantity versus quality, a charge the bank denies. But can legal actions like this change the reckless growth culture that contributed to the crisis in the first place? The short answer is, unfortunately, no. Most financial institutions are still a long way from embracing the ethos of transparency and integrity and the real reforms necessary to win back the trust of their customers and ordinary people who still bear the brunt of the brutal recession that followed the crash. The financial sector continues to lobby against more robust regulation, their top managers pay lip service to redu ...
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Mein Platz ist hier - Gegen die Wand-Star Sibel Kekilli im UNICUM Interview - relevant (Pressemitteilung)
Google News - over 5 years
Dort soll sie die Nachfolge von Maren Eggert antreten. Wer nicht bis Oktober warten möchte: In What a man, dem Regiedebüt von Matthias Schweighöfer, zeigt sich Kekilli im Kino gerade von ihrer komischen Seite. Es handelt sich hierbei um eine
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Smalltalk – Lügentalk - suedkurier.de
Google News - over 5 years
Maren Eggert (Liz), Ulrich Matthes (Frank), Sophie von Kessel (Carol) und Norman Hacker (Martin) sind das eigentliche Ereignis. Sie machen mit diesem hochkonzentrierten, nuancenreichen Nahkampf, der an Edward Albees Vierling „Virginia Woolf“ erinnert
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Leute von Welt: Roter Teppich: Promis lieben die Mode von Katharina Hovman - WELT ONLINE
Google News - over 5 years
Hinter den Kulissen kennt man die Handschrift von Hovman allerdings schon lange: Die kleidete Maren Eggert als "Tatort"-Kommissarin Frieda Jung sowie Heike Makatsch und Katja Flint ein. Und auch Sterneköchin Lea Linster ist eine treue Anhängerin
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Fotoausstellung "Es könnte auch Dein Bruder sein" im Kieler Rathaus - Kiel-magazin.de
Google News - over 5 years
Mit dabei sind Axel Milberg, Sibel Kekilli, Maren Eggert, Robert Hardy (Zaubereiminister "Cornelius Fudge" aus "Harry Potter"), Amelie Fried, Désirée Nick, Rötger Feldmann, Christian Schröder, Harald Martenstein ("Die Zeit"), Tobi Schlegl und Kiels OB
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Fazit der Autorentheatertage "Make me laugh!" - taz.de
Google News - over 5 years
Der junge Regisseur Matthias Kaschig hat die Groteske beim Wort genommen und Spitzenkräfte wie Arnd Klawitter, Maren Eggert und Peter Jordan zeigen, wie zentral sprachliches Timing und körperliche Präzision im Humorgeschäft sind
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Kultur: Selten gelacht - Tagesspiegel
Google News - over 5 years
Immerhin hat Regisseur Mathias Kaschig das Stück um die Hälfte gekürzt und mit tollen Schauspielern wie Maren Eggert und Peter Jordan zügig auf die Bühne gebracht. Ein Herr Bond (Arnd Klawitter) kommt zum Beratungstermin bei seiner Bank, auf einer Bank
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Darkly comic production of Woyzeck at Nottingham Playhouse - Mansfield Chad
Google News - over 5 years
The fact that the play, which is the story of the impoverished soldier Woyzeck (played by Moritz Grive) who descends into madness when he learns that his beloved wife Marie (Maren Eggert) has been unfaithful to him, was performed by Deutsches Theater
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Info: Peter Jordan: Zur Person - Berliner Morgenpost
Google News - over 5 years
Nach neun erfolgreichen Jahren in Hamburg zog Jordan mit seiner Lebensgefährtin Maren Eggert nach Berlin. Seitdem arbeitet er als freier Schauspieler am Maxim-Gorki-Theater und am Deutschen Theater in Berlin sowie in Hamburg und Salzburg
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Das Experiment: Role-playing gone awry - Examiner.com
Google News - over 5 years
Intercut with the unrelenting prison scenes are shots of Dora (Maren Eggert), who is fond of walking around in her underwear in tight tank-tops. Hirschbiegel manipulates the audience as deftly as Thon manipulates the volunteers in his experiment,
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THEATER REVIEW | 'LULU'; A Woman of Thoughtless Erotic Force Has Her Day, and Many Men
NYTimes - about 9 years
-- or their victims -- the way they used to, a cultural change at the core of the Thalia Theater of Hamburg's often mesmerizing, revisionist ''Lulu,'' Frank Wedekind's play about one of the world's most enduring vamps. This minimalist reinvention is being presented just where it belongs, as part of the Next Wave Festival at the Brooklyn Academy of
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FILM REVIEW; That Full, Cruel Mouth Just Gives the Game Away
NYTimes - over 14 years
Whenever the word ''experiment'' is used in a movie title, it's almost never the sign of a sunny-dispositioned musical comedy. As a harbinger of dread, the bountifully coldblooded ''Das Experiment'' doesn't disappoint; it's as unsettling as cafeteria meatloaf. It's hypnotic, a slick and well-told story that's all the more haunting because it's
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Maren Eggert
    TWENTIES
  • 2004
    Age 30
    She starred in the film Marseille which was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival.
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  • 2001
    Age 27
    Another notable appearance of her is the role of Dora in the 2001 film Das Experiment, opposite Moritz Bleibtreu.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1974
    Age 0
    Born in 1974.
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