She finished her studies at the "Ernst Busch" Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin in 1983, and from then on she regularly appeared on the stage and in front of the camera. She played roles in various theaters, Such as in Maria Stuart , Iphigenie, or Lady Macbeth . Among her most famous roles in film and television are those of Charlotte von Frankenberg in the family series Frankenberg and the friend Tina Friday of Karin Kienzer played Michaela Martin in the ZDF family series Unser Charly . She also starred as a veterinarian Nora in the popular TV series Fest im Sattel and the Kinofilm Who is afraid of red, yellow, blue? In appearance. This was followed by performances with Episode roles in productions such as Feuerbach , Heimatgeschichten , dispute over three , in the name of the law , The Country Doctor , The Commissioner , Alpha Team , Police 110 or A Case for Two or various films, including All because Robert De Niro is one , As a result, she was no longer seen on TV, and after some further international training she developed ManageActing , a kind of dramatic training tailored to modern management needs . She has also been a speaker , trainer and author in business and politics for several years . From May 7 to September 28, 2012, she embodied in the ZDF Telenovela Path to Happiness - Footprints in the Sand the Reederin Senta Ahlsen, the mother of one of the main characters of the story of four friends. Adele Landauer now lives in Berlin-Schlachtensee and has a daughter, Marlene Landauer , who is also active as an actress and also works as a model.
Anupam Kher (born 7 March 1955, in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh) is an Indian actor and the former Chairman of Film and Television Institute of India. He is the recipient of two National Film Awards and eight Filmfare Awards. He has acted in over 500 films and many plays. Mainly working in Hindi films, he has also appeared in acclaimed international films. His biography Lessons Life Taught Me Unknowingly published on 5 August 2019 by Penguin Random House. Basis his experiences of the COVID-19 crisis, he has penned the book 'Your Best Day Is Today!' and is published by Hay House India on 5 December 2020. He is an acclaimed motivational speaker, who frequents film fests, lit fests, events, and conferences. In 1985, he married Bollywood actress Kirron Kher, who is a Member of Parliament from Chandigarh.
Boman Irani is an Indian film and theatre actor, voice artist, and photographer of Parsi Irani descent. He is widely known for his comedic and villain roles in Bollywood films such as Don, Munna Bhai MBBS, 3 Idiots, Happy New Year, PK, and Dilwale. Boman Irani's life is that of rags to riches story. Irani was dyslexic and had ADHD and had a lisp. He got over his lisp eventually. Boman Irani’s mom used to send him to watch movies often, as he wasn’t doing great at school. He did a polytechnic diploma course, after which, he joined the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower and worked there as a waiter and in-room service. Irani began his acting career in theatre and moved to films in 2000. Irani gained attention for his role in the 2003 comedy Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. He later appeared in Lage Raho Munna Bhai for which he received several IIFA award nominations and in 3 Idiots opposite Aamir Khan which earned him a Filmfare Award and a Star Screen Award for Best Actor in a Villainous Role. Boman Irani's journey is no less than a Bollywood flick and is full of honesty and grit. He is a well known motivational speaker as well. Read more about him here https://www.indianspeakerbureau.com/blog/inspirational-life-and-quotes-of-boman-irani-transformation-from-a-dyslexic-and-lispic-child-to-an-acclaimed-bollywood-actor/
Nandita Das has acted in more than 40 feature films in 10 different languages. She made her directorial debut in 2008 with Firaaq, which won many accolades and appreciation, both in India and abroad. She was on the jury at the Cannes Film Festival twice (2005 and 2013), among others. Nandita also wrote, directed, and acted in the play, Between the Lines, in 2012, that dealt with the subtle gender inequalities that exist in educated urban couples. She has a master’s degree in Social Work and has worked with various NGOs before films gave her a wider platform to expand her role as a social advocate. Nandita continues to remain a strong voice for issues of social justice and human rights. She has been invited to speak at some of the best universities, global and national events, and important social forums around the world. She has been the President of the jury in the 2018 and 2020 edition of the UNESCO-Madanjeet Prize for the Promotion of Tolerance and Non-Violence. Nandita Das was the Chairperson of the Children’s Film Society from 2009 to 2012. She has been conferred the ‘Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters’ by the French Government. She was the first Indian to be inducted into the Hall of Fame at the International Women’s Forum in Washington DC. In 2010, she was nominated by the World Economic Forum to be a Youth Global Leader. Nandita Das was among the 16 applicants, chosen from close to 4000 applicants, to be a Yale World Fellow in 2014. She has been a staunch supporter of the campaign, ‘Dark Is Beautiful’ that has been fighting the rampant color bias. In 2019 she produced a music video, India’s Got Colour with many celebrated actors, to further the conversation on the diversity of skin tones. Nandita's second directorial venture, Manto, based on the life and works of the short story writer, Saadat Hasan Manto, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2018. It was the only official Indian film to be selected in the competition and then traveled to various festivals around the world. Nandita also screened the film and shared its journey at top US universities including Stanford, Yale, Harvard, MIT, and Columbia. Manto continues to stream on Netflix. Her first book 'Manto & I' chronicles her 6-year long journey of making the film. Both were co-produced by Nandita Das Initiatives (NDI), a company she set up to explore creative ways to tell compelling stories. In May this year, she wrote, directed, and acted in a short film called, Listen to Her. The 7min film, produced by NDI, is about the increase in domestic violence and the overburden of work that women are facing during the lockdown. It was supported by UNESCO, UNFPA, UNICEF, UN Women, and South Asia Foundation and can be freely watched on Youtube. To invite her to events and conferences as a speaker, call +919810735754 or mail email@example.com
Geeta Poduval is a social entrepreneur, motivational speaker, counselor, and activist for differently-abled people. She is the Founder-Director of DRZYA, a firm that brings differently-abled and unique performances, talks, and workshops from across the world on one platform. Through DRZYA, she scouts for talent among the specially-abled trains them, and provides them a platform to perform and earn a livelihood. She is also the Founder-Trustee of Drzyashakti Trust, an NGO for the services of differently-abled people. In the past, she has been a film and TV actress, anchor, and CAG Senior Audit Officer (Comptroller and Auditor General - India's national and state audit authority). The two notable films to her credit are Sukumarji's Kandethal (Malayalam) and Madhu Kaithapram's Vellivelichathil (Malayalam). To invite her to events and conferences as a speaker, call +919810735754 or mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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