Sandra Bourdonnec is a native French voice talent, actress and singer (mezzo-soprano) from Bordeaux, France. After fifteen years of ballet, Sandra decided to explore theatre and music. She studied acting and musicals at the renowned Parisian school Le Cours Florent and developed her voice with singing coaches Leonardo Valazza (Paris) and Christian Schleicher (Berlin). Since then Sandra has performed in many plays and musicals such as "The Break of Noon" by Paul Claudel, "13 Objects" by Howard Barker, "Clair's relationships" by Dea Loher, "Rent" and "Dancing, it's not a musical" by Geoffrey Couët. She is based in Berlin since 2013 and works as an actress at the Schaubühne, the Maxim Gorki Theater as well as for film and television. She performed in the film "Es gilt das gesprochene Wort" by Ilker Catak and works for ZDF productions. As a native French speaker she is working for commercials, image films, e-learnings, computer games, cartoons, voice-overs and dubbing. She loves languages and working with her voice, to act, to play, and likes to create different voice characters for games and cartoons. As a dubbing artist she has, among other roles, dubbed the voice of Lilith Stangenberg for the film "Whatever happens next". In her project "Cyberpunk 2077" she not only spoke in French and German, but also worked as a language consultant for the Creole accent. But Sandra also enjoys simple, relaxed voice acting for quiet projects like audio guides, yoga classes or documentaries. She also works regularly as a singer and vocalist for advertising productions.