Claudia Michelsen is beautiful, intelligent, sophisticated actress who has little need nor desire for fame which makes her a bit of an enigma to the media and fans.
In a recent interview she showed some of what makes her so unique as she established the ground rules about the conversation: it would be about work and not about any diet regimen or kissing techniques.
She will be seen in two movies "Pope Joan" and "Seven Days" in November and will also be begin filming her the new ZDF detective series "Flemming" as the lead actress.
The actress immediately shows her confident, outspoken side when to what must be the utter horror of the filmmakers of "Pope Joan" she says that there is no need to discuss the Pope movie as she does not seriously consider it one of her movies because the role is so small and they removed what she viewed was the most important scene.
However, she has a much different view of her film "Seven Days which she does not provide much details about but reveals that it is a very special movie to her for which critics are in agreement.
She is an actress who despite the opportunity to walk around like a diva is the exact opposite. During her interview she talked about how much she enjoyed playing the role of Ann Gittel, the ex-wife and supervisor of police psychologists who are searching for the 14 year-old daughter of one of the psychologists who has disappeared. She extols the virtues of the screenplay as extraordinary and the work of the brilliant cast but displays "no airs".
Claudia Michelsen is an actress who became a thespian for political reasons as fame was not her goal. Unfortunately for her and fortunately for television and movie fans, someone forgot to tell her that when your performances are deemed exceptional and you possess a dramatic range that is extensive, fame and award recognition will find an actor such as herself.