Ute Lemper

Singer, Actor
Acclaimed German-born actress and singer Ute Lemper has made her mark in film and music all over the globe. After training at the Cologne Dance Academy and Vienna's Max Reinhardt Seminar, she made a name for herself ... Read more »
Born: 07/04/1963 in Germany

Filmography

Actor (15)

Magic in the Moonlight 2014 (Movie)

Cabaret Singer (Actor)

Gigola 2011 (Movie)

(Actor)

Appetite 2000 (Movie)

(Actor)

Wild Games 1997 (Movie)

Carole Valmer (Actor)

Bogus 1996 (Movie)

Babette (Actor)

River Made to Drown In 1996 (Movie)

Eva (Actor)

Smoke Wrings 1995 - 1996 (TV Show)

Actor

Prêt-à-Porter 1994 (Movie)

Albertine--Pregnant Supermodel (Actor)

Coupable d'Innocence 1991 (Movie)

(Actor)

Prorva 1991 (Movie)

Anna (Actor)

Prospero's Books 1991 (Movie)

Ceres (Actor)

Jean Galmot, Aventurier 1990 (Movie)

Arlette (Actor)

Hanussen 1989 (Movie)

(Actor)

L' Autrichienne 1988 (Movie)

Marie Antoinette (Actor)

Drei Gegen Drei 1984 (Movie)

Marianne (Actor)
Music (3)

Magic in the Moonlight 2014 (Movie)

("It's All A Swindle" ("Alles Schwindel")) (Song Performer)

Kissing Jessica Stein 2002 (Movie)

("When the Special Girlfriend") (Song Performer)

Voyager 1992 (Movie)

("Careless Love") (Song)

Biography

Acclaimed German-born actress and singer Ute Lemper has made her mark in film and music all over the globe. After training at the Cologne Dance Academy and Vienna's Max Reinhardt Seminar, she made a name for herself performing in various theatrical musicals, including "Cats" and "Peter Pan". She also appeared on several cast recordings, and released a number of her own albums. Lemper made her film debut in 1985 with a supporting role in the cheeky German comedy "Drei Gegen Drei". Then, in 1990, she had a grand year: boldly stepping up to play a leading lady, Lemper took on the challenging role of Marie Antoinette in the French drama "L'Autrichienne"--in addition to performing in the iconic concert "The Wall--Live in Berlin", which celebrated the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. In 1992, the emerging ingénue drew praise for her portrayal of Anna, a cabaret singer, in the Russian period piece "Prorva", which earned her a Nika Award nomination for Best Actress. The next year, she won the Best Ensemble award from American National Board of Review for American director Robert Altman's sultry dramedy "Pr't-à-Porter". Two years later, she performed on Broadway, winning more awards for her portrayal of the vixen Velma Kelly in the scandalous musical "Chicago". Since then, Lemper has largely abandoned her film career, appearing in only a handful of productions. Her main focus now is on her music.

Relationships

Elfrieda Lemper

Mother
gave up her career when she married

David Tabalsky

Husband
American

Stella Tabalsky

Daughter
born c. 1996

Max Tabalsky

Son
born c. 1994

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