Maike von Bremen was born in Berlin, Germany. She is an actress, known for Heritage (2019), Erwartungen (2016) and Kreuzfahrt ins Glück (2007).
During her school days, she gained her first experiences in school theater. At the same time, she spent her holidays in independent theater productions by her father, the playwright Harald Mueller. From the age of 13, she took singing lessons – two years later she also took acting lessons. When she was 15, she started singing in a band and performing on jam sessions.
In 2015, she stood in front of the camera for the film series Cruise to Luck. From 2016–2017 she took on one of the leading roles at Comödie Dresden in the world premiere of the theater adaptation of Der Nanny. At the same time, she went on a theater tour through Germany with the psychological thriller Amber Hall. In 2017 von Bremen was responsible for the productions In allerfreund and Dr. Small for episode roles in front of the camera.
In 2018 followed an episode role in the ZDF series Notruf Hafenkante. From 2018 to 2019 she took on the role of Steffi in the play The Nanny for a second time, this time for the Theater an der Kö in Düsseldorf.
Maike has also been working as a voice actress since 2014.