Who Is Yve Burbach?
Yvonne Burbach, also known as Yve Burbach, was born on March 10, 1975, in Traben-Trarbach, Germany.
Along with her two sisters and a brother, she grew up in the Moselle wine-producing town of Erden.
Burbach started acting in numerous school productions when she was twelve years old after discovering her passion for the craft. Following graduation from Bernkastel-Kues’ Nikolaus-von-Kues-Gymnasium, she followed a career in advertising and worked as an advertising clerk.
She spent five years working in an advertising agency while concurrently studying communications.
Burbach’s life, however, took an unexpected turn when she was accidentally found for television. She received her first television part in 1999’s ProSieben series “Mallorca – Quest for Paradise.”
After this, she was cast in the Berlin-filmed series “Behind Bars – The Women’s Prison,” which opened doors for her.
Burbach received significant acclaim from 2001 to 2006 for her performance as Cécile de Maron in the well-liked ARD pre-evening serial “Banned Love.” The Golden Rose of Lucerne award was given to the complete cast of “Banned Love” in 2005.
Burbach has contributed to a number of television shows over the years, such as “Alarm for Cobra 11 – The Motorway Police,” “SOKO Cologne,” and “The Old Man.” She starred with Jürgen Vogel and Heino Ferch in the criminal drama “Tod in Istanbul” in 2011.
Prior to joining the Munich cast of the ZDF series “SOKO 5113,” Burbach had a prominent role in the 2012 series “Herzflimmern – Die Klinik am See.” She subsequently relocated to Lüneburg to begin filming “Rote Rosen” for ARD.
She also appeared as the series lead in an episode of “Die Rosenheim-Cops.”
Burbach has appeared in a number of films and TV shows in addition to her work on television, such as “Wilsberg and the Last Call,” “Lorenz Laughs,” “Cell,” and “Twelve Winters.”
Yve Burbach, who is renowned for her flexibility and mesmerizing performances, is still a significant figure in the German entertainment sector.