Isabelle Mann was born in Göttingen / Germany and raised in Wiesbaden / Germany and Addis Ababa / Ethiopia. She loves the African continent and travelling and calls herself a European with African blood. She studied acting at Reduta Acting and Drama School in Berlin and graduated in 2002. Her carrier after graduation began on stage in Berlin and Bremen and she has retained her association with the theatre throughout her career. She had her film debut starring in the horror movie "Der Kali Prozess" (2003) in which she worked with filmmaker Andreas Marschall. Isabelle Mann moved to Tel Aviv, Israel in 2006 where she worked in several theatre productions at the Jewish Arab Theatre and Susan Dellal Theatre in Tel Aviv. After that she had a long cooperation with the International Theatre New York directed by Robert Castle. She acted as Ingeborg Bachmann and Olga Knipper in the play readings "Lass uns die Worte finden" and "Liebsgrüße von der Krim". Isabelle Mann stars in versatile roles for TV and cinema. She has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress in the motion picture "37" at the Maverick Movie Awards, USA in 2015, in which she worked with the talented director Chris Brügge. She stared with Tobias Moretti in the TV movie "In the Name of My Son" (2015) directed by Damir Lukacevic. She was cast in the international feature film "Hello Au Revoir" (2017) directed by Jason Croot.
Isabelle Mann has studied film acting and American acting techniques with some of the most significant acting coaches of our time, Susan Batson and Robert Castle. She continues to broaden her skill set by regularly working with both of them.
Isabelle Mann is currently living in Berlin.
Film (Thriller) Actress Preceding her death a young woman relives her life in a mirror world, giving her the chance to fight her killer.
Film (short) by Argonauta Motion Pictures, Julian Richberg Ines Bohm (supporting role)
Einsatz in Köln - Die Kommissare
Television (Crime) Actress Add a Plot »
Im Namen meines Sohnes
TV Movie (Drama) Actress Claus Jansen experiences the inconceivable: his 12-year old son disappears without trace from his boarding school and is then found murdered. As the police don't seem all that committed to their enquiries, the father sets out to try and find the sex offender and is successful, albeit many years later. The film is based on the true story of Ulrich Jahr, whose son was the first victim of the "man in the mask" in 1992. After murdering three boys and abusing dozens of others, he was caught in 2011. One of the most disturbing cases in recent German criminal history. Written by anonymous
Helden der Hauptstadt
Television (Comedy) Actress After failing at university, Max returns to his hometown Berlin to find the pieces of the dreams he once had. In the middle of the culture clash in Berlin-Neukölln he finds old friends and new heroes to get his life back on track.
Film (Drama) Actress The young, pregnant housewife Jennifer- nickname LUMA- meets the self confident, bisexual Christiane. Their friendship develops up to an vehement love affair, which is driving Luma into an turmoil of emotions. Raised up under catholic influence, she is torn between the life her husband Georg and the new fascinating experience, she is going through with Christiane. Luma is under raising pressure, to come to an final decision about her future. Written by Silvia Rietdorff
Film (Drama) Actress 37 is a sensual intense journey into the life of a young man. After many strokes of fate he dreams of turning back time... And he is searching for a new beginning. Set in a global context of the changing environment and climate 37 will be an open journey from loss to loving life. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short and Drama) Actress The story of Sicherheistbedenken is inspired by the worldwide NSA scandal and is dealing with the topic of security and terror. A couple in Berlin is targeted by the security forces. Are they guilty of planning a terror attack in Berlin or not? Written by Anonymous
Der Kali Prozess
Film (Short, Horror and Thriller) Actress In a acting school in Berlin. The mysterious Elia organizes a course for improving the acting talents, which he calls the "Kali-Process". This technique he learned mid-80s by the infamous "Tayler-Eriksson-Group" in a camp in India. 3 students attend the course and be picked up by Elia on a dangerous journey in their innermost self, which develops into a dangerous trip for everyone involved. Thematically related precursor to "Tears of Kali"(2004). Written by anonymous
Isabelle Mann is nominated for BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS at the Maverick Movie Awards in the film 37.
Susan Batson Studio New York
ISFF Camera Actors Studio -
ITNY International Theatre New York
Reduta Acting and Drama School Berlin, diploma