Daniela Holtz

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Daniela Holtz (born in 1977) is a German stage, television and film actor.



Born in Bad Cannstatt, Stuttgart, Holtz grew up in Algeria, Bremen, Bavaria and elsewhere. After graduation she worked as a journalist, before studying acting from 1999 to 2003 at the Hochschule „Ernst-Busch“ in Berlin. Stage work in Leipzig und Berlin followed. She has worked on films under directors such as Maren Ade and Marcus H. Rosenmüller and on various television series such as Stolberg , Großstadtrevier , SOKO Wismar , Cologne P.D. , Tatort and KDD – Kriminaldauerdienst . She also works as an acting and directing coach as well as a lecturer at the Hochschule Ernst Busch and in 2008-2009 graduated as a screenwriter at the Autorenschule Hamburg Berlin. Her more recent role was in Victoria as Queen Victoria's closest friend. [1] [2] [3]

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