Isabell Gerschke, one of the most popular actresses in Germany, is currently one of the stars of the hit television series "Fair to Kill-Act Ex". Recently she sat down for an interview to discuss the new season of the show and several interesting topics arose. Isabell Gerschke is not someone who can immediately be friends with her ex. For her, the love does not disappear immediately and as such it would take time for her to be able to be friends with her ex, especially during a situation involving betrayal. This is interesting considering the fact that from her pictures on the Internet, clothed and unclothed, many men would have difficulty even trying to break up with her.
Another interesting point of discussion that arose from Isabell Gerschke's recent interview about the second season of her show was the fact that on the show, her colleagues engage in 'loyalty testing'. Isabell Gerschke indicated through her responses that she is someone who is not willing to participate in loyalty testing but instead would rather just find out through conversation if she can trust an individual. It is obvious through her interview that Isabell Gerschke is truly enjoying this current role and the dynamics that arise from being involved in this challenging situation of her and her partner on the show, both of them Weimar Commissioners, jointly raising a daughter while working at the same workplace but not being together anymore.
It is always interesting to find out what a beautiful woman looks for in a man and star actress Isabell Gerschke is no exception. In her show she comments that she looks at the lips of a man and that allows her to decide if she likes him. In real life, Isabell Gerschke will look at his hands as she considers strong hands a telling indicator of the man and she likes an 'open' face which means that there are some men in Germany who are now shaving their facial hair as a result of this statement.
Isabelle Gerschke in "Fair to Kill-Act Ex" demonstrates the challenges of trying to be friends with an ex and in the process she demonstrates the impressive emotional acting range which has made her a favourite of male and female viewers a desired commodity of film and television producers and directors throughout Germany.