Award: Honorary prize for “Tatort” star at the television crime festival

Honorary award for “Tatort” star at television crime festival

Actress Adele Neuhauser portrayed Inspector Bibi Fellner in Vienna’s “Tatort”. photo

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Adele Neuhauser took on the role of Inspector Bibi Fellner in Vienna’s “Tatort” over 30 times. She was awarded an honorary award in Wiesbaden for her acting performance.

The Austrian actress Adele Neuhauser will appear in this year’s German television crime dramaFestival awarded with an honorary award. The festival management announced that the festival wanted to honor her characterful performance as Inspector Bibi Fellner in Vienna’s “Tatort”.

“The intensity that she gives to her unconventional investigator comes partly from her own eventful life story,” said the jury, explaining their selection. “Adele Neuhauser’s courage to include personal, fragile aspects in her play is reflected in a particularly impressive way in the Austrian crime scene.”

The Austrian actress wants to come to the award ceremony on March 17th in person, according to a statement. Neuhauser began her career in Germany as a theater actress. She had her big break on television. Among other things, the “Tatort” star became known to a wide audience through the Austrian rural crime series “Four Women and a Funeral.”

The German Television Crime Festival runs from March 17th to 24th this year. The festival has been presenting crime thriller productions from German-speaking countries since 2005. Since 2019, the honorary award has also been awarded for special services to television crime films. Last year, the festival said it set a new record with 3,400 visitors.


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