Desirée Nosbusch is Luxembourgish actress, singer and television presenter. Desirée Nosbusch was born on January 14, 1965 and in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg . She was born to Luxembourgish father and Italian mother and she is noted to be very fluent in some languages.
Desirée Nosbusch is able to speak Luxembourgish, German, French, English, Italian as well as Spanish and she is popularly referred to as Désirée Becker.
With respect to the Eurovision Song Contest in 1984, Desirée Nosbusch was the host. She is noted to have acted in French and German-language films and television productions since she became a teenager.
It must be noted that he was a member of the youth drama group of the Lycée Hubert Clément of Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg).
When Desirée Nosbusch was just twelve years ago, she started working with Radio Luxemburg. She also had a show with Anke Engelke on ARD.
When Desirée Nosbusch was 16 years old, she featured in the German film After Midnight and she played a lead role in that movie.
Apart from the fact that Desirée Nosbusch may have featured in French and German-language films and television productions. It is important to note that she has also appeared in some Italian-language TV miniseries.
She was the host of the game show Ruck Zuck called “Kinder Ruck Zuck”. As a singer, Desirée Nosbusch teamed up with Austrian singer Falco for the song titled “Kann es Liebe sein?”.
Two films directed by Desirée Nosbusch are Ice Cream Sundae(2001) and Succès Fox (2004).
Some of the films and productions worked on by Desirée Nosbusch include After Midnight (1981), Der Fan (1982), The Abduction of the Sabine Women [de] (1983), Sing Sing (1983, directed by Sergio Corbucci), Questo e Quello (1983, directed by Sergio Corbucci), Good Morning, Babylon (1987, directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani) as well as A.D.A.M. (1988, directed by Herbert Ballmann).
Desirée Nosbusch was married to Harald Kloser from 1991 to 2002 and they had two children.
She has been married to Tom Alexander Bierbaumer since 2018 but before then she got married to Mehmet Kurtuluş but the marriage did not last.
Desirée Nosbusch Stroke
There isn’t any report to suggest that Desirée Nosbusch has suffered a stroke. Desirée Nosbusch is believed to be in good health.
Desirée Nosbusch is believed to be worth about $16 million.
Others films and productions to the credit of Desirée Nosbusch include Piazza di Spagna [it] (1993, TV miniseries, directed by Florestano Vancini), The Way to Dusty Death (1995, TV film, directed by Geoffrey Reeve), Opernball (1998, TV film, directed by Urs Egger), Amico mio (1998, TV series, directed by Paolo Poeti), Contaminated Man (2000, directed by Anthony Hickox), High Explosive (2001, directed by Timothy Bond), Hostile Takeover (2001, directed by Carl Schenkel) and The Code of Life (2002, directed by Miguel Alexandre).