Alicia von Rittberg (Alicia Von Graffin Rittberg) is a German actress who was born on 10 December 1993, in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. She is well recognized for her powerful performance in the television series "Charite" for which she received a "Bambi Award".
She got famous for her role in the film, "Und alle haben geschwiegen", for which she received two important prizes. She achieved international recognition for her brief but important role in the film "Fury".
Alicia Von Graffin Rittberg
Date of birth
10 December 1993
Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Family and Early Life:
Rittberg came from a noble family. She grew up with her three brothers.
She went to a gymnasium that focused on the humanities. She had been in the profession since 2000, her academic schedules sometimes overlapped with her acting jobs. She went on to study business management and economics at Friedrichshafen's Zeppelin University.
The estimated net worth of Alicia von Rittberg is around $1 million. She makes her earnings through her successful acting career.
She could be earning more than the average salary of $56,000 per year. She has been in several films and television series to date, and her career is still going strong.
Alicia von Rittberg is one of the celebrities that prefers to keep her personal life out of the spotlight. She hasn't said anything about her love life, affairs, and dating until now. She also doesn't appear o be married.
She hasn't updated her Twitter account since December 2016 and hasn't been active in her Facebook account since December 2017.
In 2006, Rittberg made her acting debut as Jasmin Carnap in an episode of the German crime thriller "Der Alte". In 2011, she played a different character in the same series as Leonie Wintzer.In the German TV movie "Die Sache mit dem Gluck", she played Miriam Heitman.
Furthermore, in the TV biographical "Romy", she played the teenage version of the character "Romy" and in the 2010 two-part German tv drama "Das Geheimnis der Wale", she played Charlotte Waldmann. In the 2011 tv movie "Hindenburg", she played Gisela Kerner, a member of a Jewish family.
In 2011, she made her film debut in the German comedy "A Very Hot Number" as Tina Brandner. In the "ZDF" film "Und alle haben geschwiegen", she presented the youthful version of the lead character Luisa Keller, a foster child.
Moreover, she won the "Young Artist Award" in 2013 "Bavarian Television Award" and the "Gunter Rohrbach Film Award" for her performance. She starred as Natasha in the British spy thriller "Our Kins of Traitor" and as Nadesh in "Jugend Ohne Gott".
Alicia von Rittberg won the "Bambi Award" for "Best German Actress" for her part as Ida Lenza in the television series, "Charite". She has played in several films and series till now.
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