I am a multi-lingual Swiss actress based in London, UK. A couple of years ago I got my Bachelor in European Theatre Arts from Rose Bruford College, where Gary Oldman, Stephen Graham, Tom Hopper, Lake Bell and many more studied.
Currently I’m performing in Tomb Raider LIVE, have a HSBC commercial on air, my musical comedy collective The Really Useless Group are performing at Vault Festival 2023, and we just wrapped on a short film by the fantastic Australian director Hannah Dougherty called Baby You Can Always Come Home.
Previously I have been awarded Rising Star at the Academy Award and BAFTA nominating Rhode Island International Film Festival for playing Sandrine in Sandrine, and also appeared as Victor Victoria in Youth by BAFTA-winning director Paolo Sorrentino starring Sir Michael Caine, Harvey Keitel, Jane Fonda, Rachel Weisz and Paul Dano.
I started producing independent short films at the beginning of the pandemic, and later commercials too. Then I started assisting at CastingTalents,tv, a Swiss casting director’s office. Through all this brilliant exposure to the various aspects of filmmaking I have since dabbled more and more in directing and writing too. I’m developing my first feature script and will be making a proof of concept short before raising further funding.
In my spare time I often go to seminars, workshops and networking events, they never fail to inspire and energise me. In 2023 I hope to bring my short film Trasho’philia to the US as well, and make lots of international connections too!
If you’d like to stay up to date with my projects please send me your email, I send out quarter-yearly updates!
Unique traits: multi-lingual (German, Swiss-German, English, French, Spanish, Italian)
Rising Star at Rhode Island International Film Festival