Maria is a German voice talent who was captivated by the fascination of breathing life into her dolls through her voice from a very young age. She cherished being on stage and embodying various roles, whether as a princess, a little hedgehog, or even as the blind Hamm from Samuel Beckett's "Endgame." After graduating in 2009, Maria chose to step in front of the camera. In her acting career, she took on the role of Lea Horvath in the ARD series "Marienhof" and danced and sang in Thorsten Näther's musical film "Nur eine Nacht." Following her work in radio and at an audio publishing house, Maria decided to study Speech Science in Halle. Her passion, however, drew her back to the microphone, where she excels as a Dubbing voice artist. Maria is the voice of Awkwafina as Scuttle (voice and song) in "The Little Mermaid" and dubs  Haley Lu Richardson, as Hadley Sullivan in 'The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight' and in the fantasy series "The Witcher" she is the German voice of the character Yennefer von Vengerberg (Anya Chalotra). Simultaneously, she loves to employ her versatile vocal talents, such as in "Bianca the Magic Child" as Bianca or in the animated series "Heidi" as Clara. Maria's versatility extends beyond voice acting into advertising, documentaries, commentary, factual texts, audio dramas, audiobooks, promotional videos, and video games. Her voice contributes to bringing stories to life and conveying messages in diverse ways.
Language: German (GER)
Voice age: young-middle
Pitches: bright, medium
Location: Berlin
Dialects: GER-Berlin, GER-Saxon
Special: vocalist
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