Henrike von Kuick is a talented German actress and voice-over artist. Her journey in the film and television industry started in the mid-2000s, and she has since made a name for herself with her notable performances on both stage and screen.
Her versatile skills and dedication to her craft continue to impress audiences, making her a valuable asset to the German entertainment industry.
Who Is Henrike Von Kuick?
Henrike von Kuick, also known as Henrike von Kuik, is a German actress and voice-over artist.
She was born in Potsdam, East Germany (DDR), in 1985. Henrike attended a private acting school in Berlin after finishing high school, where she learned the craft of acting.
She made her stage debut in 2007 at Bremen’s Young Theatre, playing a variety of roles. She graduated from the Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf in 2008, finishing her official acting study.
Henrike was a member of the Leipzig Theatre’s ensemble from 2008 to 2010, where she performed in a variety of performances.
Along with her theatre performances, she began her career in cinema and television in 2006, playing a variety of roles.
She has appeared in films such as “Elf Onkel,” directed by Herbert Fritsch, “Die Summe meiner einzelnen Teile,” directed by Hans Weingartner, and “Scherbenhaufen,” from the television series “Tatort.”
Henrike has also appeared in shows including “R. I. S. – Die Sprache der Toten,” “SOKO Wismar,” “SOKO Leipzig,” and “Küstenwache.”
In addition to her on-screen work, Henrike began voice-over work in 2010. Carly Chaikin’s character Darlene in the TV show “Mr. Robot” was one of her memorable voice parts.
She remained in the voice-over business until 2015, when she was replaced by Josephine Schmidt in the second season of “Mr. Robot.”
Henrike has demonstrated her creative ability as a writer in addition to her acting profession. Periplaneta, a Berlin-based publishing firm, released her debut novel “Bang Bang Bali” in 2022.
The tale follows Karo, a young actress who experiences a variety of problems while making a film in Bali.
Henrike von Kuick has a diverse resume that includes parts in films such as “Hamlet X,” “Dornröschen erwacht,” and “Am Himmel der Tag.”
She has also appeared in television shows such as “Der Kriminalist,” “Der Alte,” and “Notruf Hafenkante.” She is still a busy and varied actor in the German entertainment industry.
Henrike Von Kuick’s Family
Henrike Von Kuick’s family details are unknown as she prefers to keep her family away from the media and public as much as she can.