Susann Thiede (born 1963 in East Berlin) is a German actress and theatre director. Born as a daughter of the actress Angelika Waller, Susann Thiede studied at the Hochschule für Schauspielkunst "Ernst Busch" Berlin from 1984 to 1988. She was then engaged at the Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater Schwerin until 1992, then she moved to the Staatstheater Cottbus, whose ensemble she still belongs to today. Thiede played the title role in Lutz Hübner's play Frau Müller muss weg!, she was the Klytaimnestra in Aischylos' Orestie, wife John in Gerhart Hauptmann's Ratt and Toinette in the imaginary sick of Molière. Other pieces under Thiede's collaboration were Arthur Miller's witch hunt, The Spanish fly of Arnold and Bach or Emilia Galotti by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing. Well-known directors with whom she collaborated were among others Alejandro Quintana, Katja Paryla and Christoph Schroth Thiede is also directing in Cottbus, where she was awarded the Max Grünebaum Prize for special artistic achievements in 2011.She is mainly working as a stage actress, Susann Thiede has stood in front of the camera every now and then and has worked as a radio actor. Thiede is also the mother of a daughter, Lucie, who has also taken up the profession of grandmother and mother.
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