Eva Löbau was born on April 26, 1972 in Waiblingen. She is an Austrian actress. Right after high school, Eva Löbau decided to study philosophy at the Humboldt University in Berlin but dropped out in 1993. Subsequently, she studied at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna.
Her first engagement was at the Pforzheim City Theater and she worked with directors such as Nicolas Stemann, Sebastian Nübling, Ricarda Beilharz, Angela Richter and Patrick Wengenroth. Over the years, she has been involved in a lot of films, theater works and television productions.
With respect to television, she played roles in these productions: 2002: Dream Prince in Color, directed by Oliver Dommenget, 2005: Margarete Steiff, directed by Xaver Schwarzenberger, 2005: Luginsland, directed by Connie Walther, 2005: Fear Not, directed by Christiane Balthasar (two-parter) and 2006: Guilt and Innocence, directed by Marcus O. Rosenmüller (two-parter).
Is Eva Löbau Married?
Eva Löbau loves to keep her personal details out of the public domain. There is no detail about her marital status. No one can tell if she is married or not and whether she has any children or otherwise. She stands at 5 feet 3 inches and she is an introvert.
Some of the films Eva Löbau has been involved in include 1999: Summer on Horlachen, (short film) directed by Iain Dilthey, 2000: I will carry you in my hands, directed by Iain Dilthey, 2001: Desire, directed by Iain Dilthey, 2003: The forest for the trees, directed by Maren Ade, 2005: Prisoners, directed by Iain Dilthey, 2005: Badass, directed by Detlev Buck and 2005: Requiem, directed by Hans-Christian Schmid.
Others are 2005: Four Daughters, directed by Rainer Kaufmann, 2006: Purely a Matter of Taste, directed by Ingo Rasper, 2007: Hotel Very Welcome, directed by Sonja Heiss, 2007: My Beautiful Gift, directed by Vanessa Jopp, 2008: Anonyma – A Woman in Berlin, directed by Max Färberböck and 2009: My life offscreen, directed by Oliver Haffner.
She also has some works so far as theater is concerned.
Some of these works are 2003: 4.48 Psychosis, ( Theater Basel ) Director: Ricarda Beilharz, 2003: L’Amerique, ( Deutsches Schauspielhaus ) Director: Angela Richter, 2003: Underground War, ( Staatsschauspiel , Tif Dresden) Director: Regina Wenig, 2006: To Damascus, ( Hebbel am Ufer ) Director: Anja Gronau, 2006: Conspire against yourself, ( Sophiensaele Berlin ) Director: Angela Richter, 2010: Switch on (conference opera, Hebbel am Ufer, Festspielhaus Hellerau ), director: Santiago Blaum, 2015: A Family – August: Osage County ( Theater am Kurfürstendamm, Berlin ), directed by Ilan Ronen and 2018: Kill the Audience ( Münchner Kammerspiele ), directed by Rabih Mroué
2011: Rome scholarship from the Cultural Foundation of the States , 2017: Robert Geisendörfer Prize (actress, radio: Most Africans can’t swim ); Director: Stefan Kanis and 2018: 14th ächte Berlin – new Berlin film award: Best actress in Journey to Jerusalem are some of the awards to her credit.