The actress Jeanette Hain in an interview without words
Born: February 18, 1969 in Munich
Education: Abitur, attended the Munich Film School
Status: All or nothing
She’s insanely good at playing the nervous-eyed women, the strenuous, the unsettling characters. Jeanette Hain is so good at it that even in light entertainment stories it can become uncanny. Just as an example, the man-destroyer in the Eberhofer crime thriller winter potato dumplings: Loud Niederbayern-Gaudi – and right in the middle of it this view that constantly flickers between innocent lamb and volcanic eruption. Which of the pages may best reflect its true essence? Let’s put it this way: the photo op for this Don’t Say Anything was one of the more unusual ones, a lot of back and forth, a lot of disagreement. But now, if you want great things, don’t be too quick to settle. And when Jeanette Hain goes all out, the result is more than just: okay. That was already the case with her first major television role, The cellist – Love and Fate, for which she received the Diva Award. She has long since collected all the important film prizes, Dominik Graf often works with her, as does Til Schweiger, in Babylon Berlinn she was there, at the crime scene anyway. She has a lot to give. This also applies to her furious appearance in the new Prime Video series Luden – kings of the Reeperbahn. In it she plays a prostitute in St. Pauli in the early 1980s. Pretty tough. Half measures really look different.