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Annette was born on a farm in South Germany. From an early age she was drawn to the arts and started to play the organ as a child until she began dance and theater training. After her A-Levels, she received a scholarship for Robert Wilson's Watermill Center in New York. After returning to Germany she gained experience in dramaturgy and as assistant director for various productions at the Thalia Theater Hamburg. But it was her performance in a Haruki Murakami adaptation at the Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg that convinced her to accept an invitation from the Zurich University of Arts, where she then completed her BA and Masters of Performing Arts. Besides her studies she continued to play the Murakami show in Hamburg and played the female lead at the Junges Schauspielhaus Zürich in "Preparadise Sorry Now" by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. With her experimental short film "Godot/Schmalach" she was invited to the Berlinale Talent Campus in 2007, which put the film medium in her repertoire for the first time. read more

In 2008 she finished her Bachelor's Degree with a semester abroad at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and returned to Switzerland to realize her stage adaptation of "Orlando" by Virginia Woolf. The production was followed by a residency program at Ariane Mnouchkines Théâtre du Soleil in Paris. In 2011 she made her first art performance for the Julia Stoschek Collection and the ZERO Foundation in Düsseldorf, which premiered under the title, "The Chymic Wedding- Verheyen meets Jarman". It was followed by a second performance for Gallery Interpol in Hamburg in 2013 and a subsequent performance at Theaster Gates Installation for the White Cube Gallery at Art Basel 2013. Besides her work for television, she made her cinema debut in the German-French co-production of Denis Dercourts "A Pact" in 2014. Gore Verbinski took her on board for his Mystery-Thriller "A Cure for Wellness" (New Regency), which is going to be released in March 2017 by 20th Century Fox.

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