Lea van Acken

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Lea van Acken

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Lea van Acken
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Lea van Acken at the Berlin Film Festival 2014
Born 20 February 1999
Germany
Nationality German
Occupation Actress
Years active 2011–present

Lea van Acken (born 20 February 1999)[1] is a German actress.

Biography[edit]

Lea van Acken had her first appearance on stage at the Karl May Festival in Bad Segeberg in 2011. She was the leading actress in the 2014 drama film Stations of the Cross directed by Dietrich Brüggemann. In this film, which was awarded with a Silver Bear at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival, she played a Catholic girl in a religiously fanatic family. One year later, she played a minor role in the fifth season of the series Homeland, which was set in Germany. In the 2016 German production Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank, a film about the Holocaust victim Anne Frank, who wrote the famous diary, Lea van Acken is the leading actress

Actress (11 credits)
 2017 Dark (TV Series)
Girl from the future

Episode #1.10 (2017) … Girl from the future
 2017 Suck Me Shakespeer 3
Amrei Keiser
 2017 Bibi & Tina: Tohuwabohu total
Adea / Aladin
 2016 Spreewaldkrimi (TV Series)
Svenja Heinze

Spiel mit dem Tod (2016) … Svenja Heinze
 2016 Sag mir nichts (TV Movie)
Susanna
 2016 Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank
Anne Frank
 2016 Ferien
 2015 Homeland (TV Series)
Ayla

The Tradition of Hospitality (2015) … Ayla
 2015 Heil
Teenager
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 2016 Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank (performer: “Mir geht’s gut”)
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