Tina Ruland: She can do well with jungle camp fees

Tina Ruland
She can do well with jungle camp fees

Tina Ruland became famous through the cult film “Manta, Manta”.


Tina Ruland does not go to the jungle camp because of the borderline experience. The actress explains: “Of course I can use the money well.”

Tina Ruland (55) is moving to this year’s RTL jungle camp in South Africa together with eleven other celebrities (from January 21 at 9:30 p.m., also on RTL +). In two interviews, the actress has now revealed the main reason for her participation in “I’m a star – get me out of here!” spoken.

“The last two years have been catastrophic, of course I can use the money very well,” she explains in an interview with “Bunte” magazine. In any case, she doesn’t have to go to South Africa to get to know her limits.

In the current edition of the “Gala” she also explains: “After my separation in 2019, I deliberately withdrew for a year, and then there was Corona.” In the following time she turned as little as never before. “Let’s put it this way: I wouldn’t have left without money, of course, I want to be honest about that.” Ruland sees the meager food rations as the greatest challenge for the campers: “I’ve never had a diet or anything like that in my life and I just don’t know hunger. I imagine that is really very difficult.”

This is what her sons say about their jungle adventure

At the end of March 2019, Ruland announced the separation from management consultant Claus G. Öldorp, with whom she had been in a relationship for nine years and has a son. Ruland has another son from a previous relationship. What do your children say about their participation in the jungle camp? “My eldest son Javis is 17, he wasn’t that enthusiastic at first,” reveals Ruland in the “Bunte” interview. She had to promise him not to be embarrassed under any circumstances. Her younger son Vidal is eleven and sees the whole thing “more like a great adventure”.

Cologne-born Tina Ruland celebrated her breakthrough as hairdresser Uschi at the side of Til Schweiger (58) in the cult film “Manta, Manta” (1991). The family series “Not from Bad Parents” (1993-1996), in which she was seen with Sabine Postel (67), Ulrich Pleitgen (1946-2018) and Patrick Bach (53), was also a success. In 2018 Ruhland tried her luck on the RTL show “Let’s Dance”, but was the first to drop out. Most recently she took on TV guest roles in series such as “SOKO Stuttgart” or “Der Staatsanwalt” and in film series such as “Kreuzfahrt ins Glück”.


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