Wiebke Puls


Wiebke Puls was born in Husum in 1973. After her training at the Berlin University of Arts, she joined the Schauspiel Hannover in 1997 before she moved to the ensemble of the Deutsche Schauspielhaus in Hamburg in 2000. For her performance there she was awarded the Boy-Gobert Prize of the Körber Foundation in 2003.

Since 2005 Wiebke Puls has been a member of the Münchner Kammerspiele ensemble. For her role as “Kriemhild” in “Die Nibelungen” she was honored with the Alfred-Kerr Actors’ Award in 2005. In the same year she was elected “Actress of the Year” by “Theater heute”. In 2008 she was granted the award of the Association for the Promotion of the Münchner Kammerspiele. She was first runner-up for the election of “Actress of the Year 2013” by the magazine “Theater heute”. At the Kammerspiele stage she was recently seen in “Orpheus steigt herab” (directed by Sebastian Nübling, 2012), “Onkel Wanja” (directed by Karin Henkel/Johan Simons, 2013) and “Das schweigende Mädchen” (directed by Johan Simons, 2014). Currently she appears in “Die Zofen” (directed by Stefan Pucher, 2014).