Andrea Sawatzki

A strikingly beautiful redhead who has appeared in the German edition of Playboy magazine, Andrea Sawatzki is also an accomplished dramatic actress with an impressive list of credits. Born in a small Bavarian village in ... Read more »
Born: 02/23/1963

Filmography

Actor (13)

Bliss 2012 (Movie)

(Actor)

Der Andere Junge 2006 (Movie)

(Actor)

Ein Gottlicher Job 2001 (Movie)

Yolanda (Actor)

Shattered Glass 2001 (Movie)

(Actor)

Harte Jungs 2000 (Movie)

Tante Zelda (Actor)

Leo und Claire 2000 (Movie)

(Actor)

Verzweiflung 2000 (Movie)

(Actor)

Bandits 1999 (Movie)

Ludwig (Actor)

Late Show 1999 (Movie)

Sonja Vogel (Actor)

Suedsee, Eigene Insel 1998 (Movie)

Sabine Bursche (Actor)

Life Is All You Get 1997 (Movie)

Sylvia (Actor)

The Pharmacist 1997 (Movie)

Alma Siebert (Actor)

The Killer's Mother 1995 (Movie)

(Actor)

Biography

A strikingly beautiful redhead who has appeared in the German edition of Playboy magazine, Andrea Sawatzki is also an accomplished dramatic actress with an impressive list of credits. Born in a small Bavarian village in 1963, she began her acting career while studying in Munich in the 1980s. After making her film debut with a small role in director Dieter Dorn's modern, sexually charged adaptation of Goethe's "Faust", Sawatzki began working primarily in guest appearances on television. By the mid-1990s, she was playing character roles in German films like the quirky romantic comedy "Life Is All You Get", the juvenile delinquent musical "Bandits", and the black-humored comedy thriller "The Pharmacist". During this period, she also began appearing in recurring roles in Germany's popular television dramas, including a stint in the crime investigation series "Polizeiruf 110". This led to perhaps Sawatzi's best-known role, as police officer Charlotte Sanger in the long-running crime drama "Tatort", on which she starred for eight years between 2002 and 2010. She maintained her film career alongside her television success, co-starring opposite Christian Berkel in the drama "Der Unbestechliche", appearing in the cult thriller "The Experiment", and reteaming with her "Life Is All You Get" co-star Jurgen Vogel in the dysfunctional family drama "Shattered Glass". After leaving "Tatort", she moved on to the opulent historical mini-series "Borgia", set in Renaissance Italy.

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