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Angela Schanelec


Angela Schanelec was born on February 14, 1962 in Aalen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. She is an actress and director, known for I Was at Home, But... (2019), The Dreamed Path (2016) and Das Glück meiner Schwester (1995). She was previously married to Juergen Gosch. See full bio »

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(2019)
The Dreamed Path Director
(2016)
Marseille Director
(2004)

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 2015 Take What You Can Carry (Short)
Angela
 2014 A House in Berlin
Käthe Blacher
 2007 Nachmittag
Irene
 2001 Passing Summer
Thomas' geschiedene Frau
 1999 Drachenland (TV Movie)
Mutter
 1999 Dealer
Eva
 1997 Daily Chicken
Frau Rötting
 1994 Anna Zeit Land
Anna 2
 1991 Lovely Yellow Color (Short)
 1984 Die Familie oder Schroffenstein (TV Movie)
Agnes
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Studied at the Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (DFFB) from 1990 to 1995. See more »

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