Geisler, Claudia


Claudia Geisler (or Geisler-Bading) was born in 1969 in Weimar, East Germany. She studied at the Academy for Performing Arts in Berlin and started her career acting on stage at the theater in Schwerin in 1990. She was a member of the Deutsches Theater ensemble from 1991-2001 and has appeared at the Renaissance Theater and Maxim Gorki Theater in Berlin.


Geisler has also acted in film and television productions. Her television credits include appearances in series such as Alles Klar, SOKO Leipzig and SOKO Köln.


Her film debut was the leading role in Helke Misselwitz’s Herzsprung. She also appeared in the internationally awarded film Die Unberührbare, as well as in Lichter, Die Päpstin and The Monuments Men.




2014 The Monuments Men
2012 Lore
2011 Die Unsichtbare (Cracks in the Shell)
2010 Inspektor Barbarotti – Mensch ohne Hund (Inspector Barbarotti – Man without a Dog, TV)
2010 Boxhagener Platz (Berlin, Boxhagen Square)
2009 Deutschland 09 (Germany 09: 13 Short Films About the State of the Nation)
2009 Die Päpstin (Pope Joan)
2008 Jerichow (Jericho)
2007 Blöde Mütze! (Silly’s Sweet Summer)
2006 Das Geheimnis im Moor (The Secret in the Moor, TV)
2005 Mutterseelenallein (All Alone)
2003 Lichter (Distant Lights)
2000 Die Unberührbare (No Place to Go)
1996 Tanz auf dem Vulkan (transl. Dance on the Volcano, TV)
1992 Herzsprung



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