Anna Drexler


Anna Drexler, born in Filderstadt in 1990, began her training as actress at the Otto Falckenberg School of the Performing Arts in Munich in September 2009. During her studies she participated in numerous school productions, such as in “Der Komet” at the Burgtheater Wien (directed by Roland Schimmelpfennig). In 2012 she was awarded the O.E. Hasse Prize and in 2013 she was elected “Emerging Actress of the Year” by the magazine “Theater heute” for her role in “Onkel Wanja” (directed by Karin Henkel and Johan Simons).

Since the 2013/14 season Anna Drexler has been a permanent member of the Münchner Kammerspiele ensemble where she has appeared in productions such as “Seltsames Intermezzo” (directed by Ivo van Hove, 2013), “Dantons Tod” (directed by Johan Simons, 2013) and “Liliom” (directed by Stephan Kimmig, 2014). Currently she can be seen in “Jagdszenen aus Niederbayern” (directed by Martin Kušej, 2015). Her engagement for “Das weite Land” (directed by Jette Steckel, 2014) took her to the Deutsche Theater Berlin. In 2014 Anna Drexler was honored with the Advancement Award of the Association for the Promotion of the Münchner Kammerspiele as well as the Sponsorship Award for Promoting Young Performing Artists of the Bavarian Ministry of Culture.