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Britta Steffenhagen: Her Works & Life & a bit more…

Britta Steffenhagen: Her works & life in remembrance of our once favourite nighttime family entertainment, The AbendShow.

I’m sure the few of you that do remember the evening telecast, the Abendshow run on RBB TV, just as well remember the quirky, funny and witty show co-hostess Britta Steffenhagen.

You would be with us, if we said the life and soul of the show piggybacked on Britta’s humour and show performance.

As much as we were sad to see her leave the show, we were more disappointed to watch Britta taken off even before she could say good-bye and replaced with two other hosts who couldn’t quite meet up with Britta’s vibe.

We reserve today’s session to probe your sight with the life of the lovely Britta, in remembrance of our once favourite nighttime family entertainment, The AbendShow.

Britta Steffenhagen: Her Works & Life by Phil Halfmann
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Britta Steffenhagen: Her Works

Britta receives acclaim majorly as a German voice actress, voiceover talent and radio journalist. Britta’s voice could be heard in quite a number of audio productions like:

  • “Chris Cleave: Little Bee”
  • “Emma Sternberg: love and apricot dumplings”
  • “Sophie McKenzie: Since you died”
  • “Mhairi McFarlane: We in three words”
  • “Paula Hawkins: Girl on the Train”

and many more. Britta could be be found on Radio Eins since 2011 as a presenter and an editor as well as a radio hostess on the kid’s radio station, Radijojo.

Britta Steffenhagen: Her Works & Life by Phil Halfmann
© by Phil Halfmann – all rights reserved

Britta is a bigger name on the screen, featuring on movies and TV series alike since 2004, appreciated largely for her iconic roles in Torchwood, Life and Stargate Universe.

She had been featured on a heavy list of roles, a few of them namely to be:

  • “Tika Sumpter as Maddie Wachowski in Sonic the Hedgehog” (2020)
  • “Kerry Condon as FRIDAY in Avengers: Endgame” (2019)
  • “Kerry Condon as FRIDAY in Avengers: Infinity War” (2018)
  • “Jamie Clayton as Edda in Snowman” (2017)
  • “Jenny Slate as second mayor Dawn Bellwether in Zoomania” (2016)
Britta Steffenhagen: Her Works & Life by Phil Halfmann
© by Phil Halfmann – all rights reserved

She is famed for her castings in the TV series roles like:

  • “Jessica Szohr as Talla Keyali in The Orville,” (since 2019)
  • “Janne Heltberg as Anita Rygg in Occupied – The Occupation” (2015-2019)
  • “Kaitlyn Black as Annabeth Nass in Hart of Dixie” (2015-2019)
  • “Alaina Huffman as Abaddon in Supernatural” (2013-2014)
  • “Aisha Tyler as Lana Kane in Archer” (since 2010)

and loads more.

Britta Steffenhagen: Her Works & Life by Phil Halfmann
© by Phil Halfmann – all rights reserved

Her work in radio plays & production includes:

  • “Jenny Reinhardt : The moose is to blame” (2015)
  • “Wibke Bergemann: Inside and in between” (2014)
  • “Jochen Meißner : The eye reads” (2014)
  • “Judith Lorentz : Be Ways” (2011)
  • “Dunja Arnaszus : Futsch” (2010)
  • “Heiner Grenzland : Tsunami over German” (2008)
  • “Friedrich Ani : Who lives, dies”(2007)

Aside her work on the screen, Britta has also been seen on the grounds of the theatre including Young Theater Bremen and Heimathafen Neukölln.

Britta Steffenhagen: Her Works & Life by Phil Halfmann
© by Phil Halfmann – all rights reserved

Britta’s Life

Britta Steffenhagen was born in Berlin, Germany, growing up in Schöneberg and Friedenau. She graduated with a degree in Political Science studying both at the Free University of Berlin and in the Trinity College in Dublin as a DAAD scholarship holder. She lives in Berlin.

We Want Her Back…

Britta is undeniably an unmatched talent as her work has proved out to the world. Her versatility in her skills makes her an attraction to a wide spectrum of audience large and wide.

Having said that, we also would like to make it the public voice that Britta has been greatly missed on the Abendshow which had been a routine part of everyone’s evening chill life.

If Rbb station do take a stand to restore the show on air, with the original hosts in stride, we as the viewers would declare that we would be so down for it.

Britta will always be a household favourite to the young and the old alike, bringing a room full of laughter and ambience along with her to her work. Britta, we love you.

 

CREDITS

Photographer: Phil Halfmann ⠀
Creative & Art Director: Sophia Lenore
Lead Hair & Makeup: Sophia Lenore ⠀
Lead Wardrobe Stylist: Sophia Lenore
Wardrobe Stylists: Yui Iida & Zoe Steinberger⠀⠀
Hair & Makeup Artist: Mirja Mueller & Patti Lu & Alesya Mincheva ⠀⠀
Talent: Britta Steffenhagen
Nails: Sasha NoirNoir
Photography Assistants: David Fernandez, Umair Qazi, Anastasija Golumbovska
Videographer: Phil Halfmann
Wardrobe by OnTime PR & Crusz
Jewelry by KONPLOTT

Written by Zoomaburst

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