Amelie Plaas-Link is a German actress and voice over artist. Already at the age of three Amelie wanted to become an actress. She grew up in the Sauerland region of North Rhine-Westphalia and used every opportunity to stand on stage and play during her school days. After a year abroad in Brazil, she completed her Abitur in Stuttgart and took advantage of the proximity to the Film Academy in Ludwigsburg to gain her first camera experience. In 2009 she got her first feature role in Nuran David Cali's interpretation of Wedekind's "Spring Awakening" and moved to Berlin. Since then she has appeared in a wide variety of film and television projects, such as for the cinema in "About a Girl" (2014) alongside Jasna Fritzi Bauer and Heike Makatsch, the international crime series "The Team" or as the title role in the ZDF sitcom "Und dann noch Paula" or the RTL series "Nicht tot zu kriegen" alongside Jochen Busse. Amelie made her theatre debut in 2015 at the Theater am Kurfürstendamm with the Pulitzer Prize winning play "Eine Familie" alongside Anette Frier. At the same time, Amelie works as a voice actor. She can be heard in leading roles in various dubbing productions such as the feature films "The Island of Special Children", "Understand the Beliers" and "The Girl Who Could Read" and series such as "Shadowhunters", "The Telephonists", "Dragon Prince", "Wynonna Earp", "Madam Secretary" and many others. She is among others the German voice of Jodie Comer, Ella Purnell, Katherine McNamara, Sammi Hanratty and Carlson Young.
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