Susanne Evers

Susanne Evers


Born in Dessau, Evers left former East Germany in 1985 and studied at the Zurich Drama Academy from 1987 to 1989. This was followed by studies at the Berlin University of the Arts, where she graduated from acting in 1992. After graduating, she was accepted into the Central Stage, Film and Television Exchange (ZBF).

Evers began her television career in 1992 in the series A Special Couple. Here she was as Sonja Liszt the daughter of Albert Liszt, portrayed by Klausjürgen Wussow. Other television roles followed, including in Karin Hercher’s The Desert, in Lukas (ZDF) and in the RTL series Good Times, Bad Times. From 2000 to 2009 Evers played the role of Suzanne Richter in the ARD series Lindenstrasse.

In addition to her television work, Evers also frequently takes on theater roles, including at the Schaubühne Berlin, at the Berlin Tribune, at the Kammerspiele of the German Theater in Berlin and at theaters in Dessau and Trier. In addition, in 2005 she appeared in Jean Dell’s A Little Play without Major Consequences at the Grenzlandtheater Aachen.


  • Born: January 6, 1970
  • Age: 53 years old


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This page was last edited on February 3rd, 2021.
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