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Jeanette Biedermann Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki & More

Updated On : February 22, 2018

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Jeanette Biedermann was born on 22-02-1980 in the state of Berlin, Germany. She is a German Television Actress, Film Actress, Recording Artist, Television Personality, Singer, Songwriter, Voice Artist & Musician.

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Jeanette Biedermann is a famous German recording artist, television personality, and an actress. She started her professional performances when she was just 6 years old. She appeared as a member of a troupe of acrobats on the stage of ‘Circus Lilliput’. She perceived vocational training of hairdressing after completing her secondary school education. She had attended beauty school ager her high school graduation. She left her studies in 1999. She participated and won ‘Bild-Schlagerwettbewerb competition’ over 270,000 other participants. She released her first single “Das tut unheimlich weh" in the German language. She was featured in German soap opera Gute Zeiten ‘Schlechte Zeiten’.She played a character of Marie Balzer for 1999-2004 period. Her TV career boosted her music career. She was cast in the main role along with German actor Roy Peter Link in TV series titled ‘Anna und die Liebe’ in 2008. She played a character named ‘Anna Polauke’ and the series was a massive hit and broke many records. She left the series in 2010 for focusing on her music career.
Her 2nd album, "Delicious" was certified Gold in Germany and was soon released after her first album. Polydor signed her and recorded her first album. Her first single in English ‘Go Back‘ was released in 2000. It was included on her debut album ‘Enjoy’. The album received the positive response and she even received an award for the album. Her 3rd album ‘Rock my Life‘ was released in 2002 and its single "Rock My Life" was listed at number 3. We've Got Tonight, It's Over Now, Right Now are few of her songs released later. She left Polydor label and recorded album ‘Break On Through‘ by Universal Records. The album was certified Platinum. A Christmas Album ‘Merry Christmas’ was released by her in 2004 and the lead single ‘The Infant Light’ was released after one week. She released ‘Naked Truth‘ in 2006 which also had a contribution from her to be husband guitarist Jörg Weissenberg.
She came back with her new album featuring production from producers such as Johan Bobäck, Remee, Thomas Troelsen, and Carl Falk.The album was released in 2009 with a title ‘Undress to the Beat’. Undress To The Beat, Material Boy (Don't Look Back), Solitary Rose are singles from the album. She performed the song on TV series ‘Anna und die Liebe’ and was dedicated to her character "Anna Polauke”. She declared her retirement in 2010. The Little Polar Bear, Hai-Alarm auf Mallorca, Flaschengeist auf Probe, Die ProSieben-Märchenstunde: König Drosselbart, ProSieben FunnyMovie: Dörte’s Dancing, Isenhard Die Jagt nach dem Seelenfänger are few of her TV projects. She had played a voice role in ‘Winx Club – Das Geheimnis des verlorenen Königreiches’, ‘The Little Polar Bear’, ‘South Park’, ’Racing Stripes’, and ‘Over the Hedge’. She has received many prestigious awards for her singing and acting works.

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Jeanette Biedermann Family, Relatives and Other Relations

She was born to Marion Biedermann and Bernd Biedermann. She dated a guitarist for her band Jörg Weisselberg but declared that they broke up in 2008. Later they were seen together and as per German press reports they got engaged and are now married since 2012.

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Jeanette Biedermann Age, Birthday Facts and Birthday Countdown

42 years, 4months, 6 days old age Jeanette Biedermann will turn 43 on 22 February, 2023. Only 7 months, 24 days, her next birthday.

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Jeanette Biedermann has celebrated the total number of 42 birthdays till date. See the analysis by days count and bar graph.

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