Hanna Schwamborn (born September 4, 1992) is a German actress who is best known for her role as Lavinia in the Dutch film De Brief voor de Koning which is based on the book of the same name from Dutch writer Tonke Dragt.Her first film was Good Bye, Lenin! (2003) where she plays the role of Carla, the little sister of Daniel Brühl. She has been featured in the 2008 film Ljubav i drugi zločini during the Berlinale and also in the movie Stella und der Stern des Orients.She plays small roles in several German television. Schwamborn lives in Berlin.

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  • Hanna Schwamborn (* 4. September 1992 in Berlin) ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin. (de)
  • Hanna Schwamborn (4 september 1992) is een Duits actrice, die in de film De Brief voor de Koning naar het verhaal van Tonke Dragt de rol van jonkvrouw Lavinia speelt. Haar eerste film was Good bye, Lenin! (2003) waar ze de rol van Carla, het kleine zusje van Daniel Brühl speelt. Ze is in 2008 te zien geweest in de film Love and other crimes tijdens de Berlinale, het Filmfestival van Berlijn, en ook in de film Stella und der Stern des Orients.Verder speelt ze kleine rolletjes in diverse Duitse televisieseries. Schwamborn woont in Berlijn. (nl)
  • Hanna Schwamborn (born September 4, 1992) is a German actress who is best known for her role as Lavinia in the Dutch film De Brief voor de Koning which is based on the book of the same name from Dutch writer Tonke Dragt. Her first film was Good Bye, Lenin! (2003) where she plays the role of Carla, the little sister of Daniel Brühl. She has been featured in the 2008 film Ljubav i drugi zločini during the Berlinale and also in the movie Stella und der Stern des Orients. She plays small roles in several German television. Schwamborn lives in Berlin. (en)
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  • Hanna Schwamborn (* 4. September 1992 in Berlin) ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin. (de)
  • Hanna Schwamborn (4 september 1992) is een Duits actrice, die in de film De Brief voor de Koning naar het verhaal van Tonke Dragt de rol van jonkvrouw Lavinia speelt.Haar eerste film was Good bye, Lenin! (2003) waar ze de rol van Carla, het kleine zusje van Daniel Brühl speelt. Ze is in 2008 te zien geweest in de film Love and other crimes tijdens de Berlinale, het Filmfestival van Berlijn, en ook in de film Stella und der Stern des Orients.Verder speelt ze kleine rolletjes in diverse Duitse televisieseries. Schwamborn woont in Berlijn. (nl)
  • Hanna Schwamborn (born September 4, 1992) is a German actress who is best known for her role as Lavinia in the Dutch film De Brief voor de Koning which is based on the book of the same name from Dutch writer Tonke Dragt.Her first film was Good Bye, Lenin! (2003) where she plays the role of Carla, the little sister of Daniel Brühl. She has been featured in the 2008 film Ljubav i drugi zločini during the Berlinale and also in the movie Stella und der Stern des Orients.She plays small roles in several German television. Schwamborn lives in Berlin. (en)
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