Anja Nestler is a German dubbing artist, singer and actress. For Anja, the human voice is the most beautiful instrument. Unique. Unmistakable. The combination of word and sound is fascinating. Thus she begins with the training of her voice already with 13 years, in the range classical singing at the music school Chemnitz. Despite the overall predicate "very well passed" she decided against studying opera singing. Franz Kafka's poetic statement: "Paths are created by walking them" becomes the motto of her actions. She is a trained musical actress, fitness and aerobics trainer, children's fitness trainer, company founder and mother of three children. With the show "90-16-90", under the musical direction of Matthias Binner, Anja also remains true to her singing. In 2008 the way opened to the field of dubbing, as a narrator and lyricist for dubbing scripts. For her, voice acting is a perfect interplay of acting, musicality and movement. It requires quick thinking and dedication. The willingness to jump in the cold water. In seconds she is a 10-year-old girl (voice of Julieta Salazar in the film "Gallows Hill), a little later the policeman Edit Janko (fixed voice of Vanessa Ray, in the evening series "Blue Bloods"). The fact that since the end of 2015 she has been the new fixed voice of the cult figure "Barbie" still brings a smile to her face.
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