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ChrisTine Urspruch featured by “Schoog im Dialog”

Sun 29. Jun 2025 / 20.00 o'clock
Kurhaus Baden-Baden • Runder Saal
Talk series with Bernadette Schoog

Tickets: 28 € (free choice of seats). 92 € package price when booking all Schoog in Dialogue dates in 2025. Tickets are available online and in our ticket offices.

Four times a year, Bernadette Schoog invites prominent guests to the Kurhaus Baden-Baden for a discussion. Exciting personalities are asked about their lives, visions, ideas, influences and thoughts. A close-up, ninety-minute experience with an empathetic interviewer in a wonderful setting.

It is impossible to imagine German cinema and television without her. She has been best known for 20 years as Silke Haller, the quick-witted and patient forensic assistant, whom the snooty Professor Börne in Münster's "Tatort" only disrespectfully calls "Alberich" because of her height. She shone as pediatrician "Dr. Klein" in the ZDF series of the same name. And then, of course, "Sams", in which ChrisTine Urspruch became known to a very wide audience from 2001 and became the favorite of all children and all friends of the wonderful stories penned by Paul Maar.
Her career began much earlier as a sought-after theater actress on the most important stages. With her natural manner and uncomplicated way of dealing with her height, she is also very popular off the stage and screen. The audience can look forward to her stories and the conversation with Bernadette Schoog.

Photos: ChrisTine Urspruch, © Jim Rakete; Bernadette Schoog, © Peter M. Schoog

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