|Enrico Weidner||Fish Farmer|
Nele Rosetz (born 1972) attended the University of Music and Theatre “Felix MendelssohnBartholdy” in Leipzig from 1994 to 1998. Her fixed theater engagements sine 1996 are: Acting Leipzig (Until 2000); the Schauspielhaus Bochum (2000-03); Deutsches Theater, Berlin (2003-05); the Schauspielhaus Zurich (2005-08); Maxim Gorky, Berlin (2010-11) and State Theatre Dresden (since 2011). She also guest starred on Drama Frankfurt and the Volksbühne Berlin. Her numerous television appearances include Nikolaikirche (1996), various episodes of Polizeiruf 110, Alphateam, SOKO and in Der Ermittler (2003-04). Frauensee is her first starring role in a feature film.
Therese Hämer (born 1963) is the daughter of Elizabeth Black. She studied philosophy, German and Romance language and literature at the Free University of Berlin. Her first film appearance was in Ulla Stöckls 1984 film Der Schlaf der Vernunft. She was the assistant director at Hans Neuenfels an der Freien Volksbühne Berlin, then studied acting at the Otto-Falkenberg School in Munich (1987-89). She was awarded “Best Newcomer” in the magazine “theater today” in 1990 for her first role in Ibsen’s Die Frau vom Meer (Münchner Kammerspiele). This was followed by solid theatrical engagements in Berlin (Schiller Theatre, 1990-93) and Bonn (1996-2002). Since 2002 she has freelanced in theaters and in countless television and movie roles (Ein fliehendes Pferd, Wahrheit oder Pflicht).
Lea Draeger (born 1980) after studying art history in Berlin from 2001-05, attended the University of Music and Theatre “Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy” in Leipzig. From 2003-05, she had several roles at the National Theatre in Weimar. From 2004-06, she had engagements at the Schauspielhaus Bochum and from 2008-11 at the Berlin theater. Since 2011, Lea Draeger is a permanent member of the Schauspielhaus Dusseldorf. 2010 she was awarded the Daphne Price Award for best young actress. Since 2005, she has made appearances in TV movies and series. Frauensee is her first feature film.
Constanze Wächter (born 1988) since 2009 she has attended the Ernst Busch Academy in Berlin. TV roles inclue Frühlings Erwachen (Spring Awakening) (2009) and Jetzt sind wir dran (2011). She was nominated for the New Faces Award in 2010 (for Spring Awakening). Frauensee is her first feature film.