About Andrea Eckert
September 17, 1958
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Andrea Eckert (born 17 September 1958) is an Austrian stage and film actress, singer and documentary filmmaker. Born in Vienna, Eckert first studied literature in Paris, France, then decided on a stage career and trained with Dorothea Neff. Her roles have included the eponymous heroines in Hebbel's Judith, Schiller's Maria Stuart, Jelinek's Clara S., Sophocles's Elektra, Kleist's Penthesilea, and Maria Callas in Terrence McNally's Meisterklasse (Master Class). Eckert has frequently appeared on television (for example in guest roles on Kommissar Rex) and in the cinema. She also made documentaries about Lucia Westerguard, Turhan Bey, and Leopold and Josefine Hawelka. She lives in Vienna. Description above from the Wikipedia article Andrea Eckert, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.