Mareile Moeller brand new pictures
2018 by © Nik Konietzny∗∗∗∗∗
Mareile Moeller has a B.F.A. in Drama from the prestigious Ernst Busch Drama School in Berlin. While studying at Ernst Busch she was given the leading role of Leonida in Eugene Labiche’s play Das Sparschwein at the Deutsches Theater. Furthermore she played the Kunigunde in Käthchen von Heilbronn at Berlin’s BAT Theater under the direction of Anna Bergmann. Upon graduation, Mareile Moeller was a guest at the Schauspielhaus Düsseldorf for three seasons until 2006. There she took on the role of Gwendolyn in the German premiere of Elfriede Jelinek’s Ernst ist das Leben and role Regina in Süden by Julien Green. Actor and director Helmut Lohner saw Mareile Moeller on the opening night of Ernst ist das Leben and decided to cast her right there as Angelique in Molière’s The Imaginary Invalid. Since 2006 she has been accepting leading and supporting roles in several TV productions, among them Flemming (dir. Bernhard Stephan), Ein Starkes Team (dir. Ulrich Zrenner), Rosenheim Cops (dir. Jörg Schneider and Werner Siebert) and SOKO Wismar (dir. Oren Schmuckler). In the season 2015 was Mareile Moeller to see in the leading role, as the sympathetic detective Nele Wittkamp of the ZDF series Kripo Holstein – Mord und Meer.
Due to her versatile voice, Mareile Moeller works very successfully as a voiceover artist for silver screen productions like Smashed with Mary Elizabeth Winstead or Safe Haven by Lasse Hallström.