Munich, Germany 1971.
She has been studying theatre and dance since she was six years old in Germany (at the National Theater of Munich, amongst others) and in the United States. At the age of 22, she began her professional career performing fundamental characters of universal theatre, as the lead actress and at 24 years she worked as a theatre director.
Since 2000 she has lived in Tenerife and works in Spain and Germany as an actress, theatre director, author and choreographer.
She performed at the “Fritz Rémond” Theatre and at the “Internationales Theater” in Frankfurt Main, at the Berlin Academy of Sciences, at Potsdam, Goldkronach and Bayreuth , Germany, in Madrid and in Córdoba, Spain, Schaffhausen, Switzerland and several times in Paris, France.
She has toured in the Canary Islands and Venezuela. She is the founder of the “Teatro Alemán y Bilingüe in Tenerife” and the theatre company “Jasteatro”.
She is Director of the company Jaster & Luis Creaciones.
As a theatre director, she has directed many works over the years including “La Zapatera Prodigiosa” by Federico Lorca, “Die Nervensäge” by Francis Veber, “Nein im Gegenteil” by Anton Checov, at the “Die Färbe” Singen Theater in Germany.
For the International Festival of Street Art “Mueca” alongside the theatre company “La Pandilla” she has staged the works “Arsenic and Old Lace” by JO Kesselring, “The True Story of Romeo and Juliet” by A. Jaster, “Pervertiemientos and Other Useless Gestures” by José Sanchís Sinisterra,” No Hay Ladrón Que Por Bien No Venga “by Dario Fo,” The Divine Comedy “by A. Jaster and “At Your Service, Mr. Director” and “Katiuska” by Angel Camacho and “The Imaginary Invalid” by Moliere in 2019.
With the same theatre company for the “Cit Puerto de la Cruz”“ within the “Agatha Christie International Festival” she showcased the play “The Patient” and adapted and directed Christie’s short novels “The man of the sea”, “The Red Signal” and “The Song of the Swan”.
She has also the artistic direction of the show “Wine & Sex at Bodegas Monje in the editions with the following themes: “Rococó”, “Pirate”, “London Stories”, “Frivolité”, “Alice” and “80 days” in 2019.
She has acted in various roles for film and television productions in Germany, Sweden, France and Spain, including: “El Escarabajo Verde” for RTVE in 2013;“Humboldt en el Teide”, directed by the filmmaker Javier Trueba and featuring the presentation and narration of palaeontologist Juan Luis Arsuaga in 2016. “Metropolis” for Arte TV in 2017, Germany / France; and “ “From the Port of Orotava to the Pico del Teide” for the Alexander von Humboldt Cultural Association, Tenerife in 2017, “Invitation au Voyage” for Arte TV in 2019, France/Germany.
She also works as a choreographer and highlights her participation in the International Short Story Festival of Los Silos since 2002.
She is also the author of several plays that are performed in Spain, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.