Andrea Cleven is German actress and voiceover artist. She almost stepped into her father's footsteps and studied medicine. But the desire to become an actress was just bigger. And so she grabbed her bags after graduation and went to London to study drama. After spending two semesters in London, she returned to Berlin to study theater science for a year before graduating in 2004 with a degree from the University of Music and Drama in Hannover. Andrea Cleven had her first starring role in the 2002 ProSieben movie "Kubaner küssen besser". After completing her studies she first moved to classical theater. For three years she was a member of the ensemble of the Staatstheater Kassel, playing the title role at the Bad Hersfelder Festival "Die Wanderhure". Then she moved to Berlin and concentrates on film and television. From "SOKO" on the "Rosenheim Cops", "crime scene" to "emergency Hafenkante" she is represented in the German film crime scene. But also in the comedy series "Danni Lowinski" or as a doctor, Jessica Haagner 'in the RTL soap opera "Alles was zählt". As Maja Ahlsen in the telenovela "Wege zum Glück" she plays in almost 100 episodes. In 2009, Andrea Cleven completes the dubbing course with Joachim Kunzendorf and voice acting with Katharina Koschny and increasingly turns to voiceover. From advertising, to image films, explanatory films, audio descriptions to the dubbing of films and series. Currently she lends her voice to Rachel Blanchard in the Netflix series "You Me Her" for the lead role "Emma" or Erin Foley as "Detective Holf" in "Handsome" and has the  supporting role "Mrs.Finch" in "Teen Wolf".

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Language: German (GER)
Voice age: young-middle
Pitches: low, medium
Location: Berlin
Dialects: GER-Berlin, GER-Hessian
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