Rebecca Immanuel Biography
Rebecca Immanuel, born Sonja Zimmer in 1970 in Oberhausen, North Rhine-Westphalia, is a renowned German actress.
She is most known for playing the lead in the well-liked TV show “Edel & Starck,” and she has also acted on stage and in a number of high-profile TV shows, movies, and stage productions.
She was born and raised in Hamburg before relocating to Berlin to enrol in the famed Ernst Busch acting programme.
She still identifies as a North German at heart, loving the simplicity, love of liquorice, and cultural characteristics of her native country despite living in Berlin.
Rebecca knew she wanted to pursue an acting career from a young age. When she was just 12 years old, she found via singing and acting that she had a passion for moving people’s emotions.
She has played a variety of TV characters during her career, including those on the hit shows “Tatort” and “Edel & Starck,” which served as her major break. In Germany and Austria, where she starred as Sandra Starck in “Edel & Starck” from 2002 to 2005, she became well-known.
Rebecca Immanuel treasures her memories of “Edel & Starck” and the priceless lessons she learned from working with such talented actors. She had the chance to share lovely tales on the show, and she also received praise and honours.
She took a sabbatical after the triumph of “Edel & Starck,” but she made a comeback with her most recent main part in the television series “Die Eifelpraxis,” where her character was specially created for her.
The show presents a capable and kind-hearted woman, reflecting the worth of morals and honesty in a society where these traits are dwindling.
Christoph M. Ohrt, Rebecca Immanuel’s longtime acting partner, and she have worked closely together on numerous projects. Respect, humour, and empathy characterise their wonderful working relationship.
Their on-screen chemistry has received a lot of praise, and their fans eagerly anticipate projects that will pair them up in the future, including the potential for a new season of “Edel & Starck.”
Rebecca Immanuel is aware of the difficulties that come with being a public figure despite her celebrity and success. She appreciates the possibility to champion causes that help the common good and link money with visions, despite the fact that it can be demanding to always be in the public glare.
She thinks that celebrity has a hidden agenda that involves changing her surroundings and having a positive impact on the globe.
Rebecca has seen the German film industry evolve over the years. The ability to work across genres is a positive development, as the profession now requires more work to be completed in fewer amount of time.
She embraces cutting-edge technology that improves filmmaking and enables amazing effects.
With multiple planned projects, Rebecca Immanuel is continuing to follow her dream of becoming an actress. She will record more episodes of “Die Eifelpraxis” and play Dr. Fendrich for the seventh time in “Der Bergdoktor.”
Professionally, she hopes to take on a part in a historical-themed, English-language co-production that is both multinational and portrays a quiet heroine. Her ultimate motivation for living is to help create a more peaceful world for the coming generations.
Rebecca Immanuel Husband; All You Need To Know
Rebecca Immanuel is happily married but details about her husband are currently not known as there is no information about his name or what he does on the internet.
However, Rebecca and her husband are said to have one child boy as a result of their years of marriage.