Ulrike Hübschmann, Sprecherin
Ulrike Hübschmann was born in Potsdam. She studied at the Hochschule für Schauspielkunst "Ernst Busch" in Rostock and Berlin. This was followed by various theatre engagements, including in Hamburg and Berlin, and numerous film engagements. She also taught several times at the Film and Television Academy "Konrad Wolf" in Potsdam, among others together with the director Margarethe von Trotta.
Since 2006 she has devoted herself increasingly to working as a narrator in recording studios. In the meantime, she has recorded more than 140 audio books for well-known publishers, as well as audio guides for many important museums and art exhibitions at home and abroad. She has also worked on numerous radio plays and radio productions throughout Germany. She voices documentaries (especially for ZDF and arte), image films for large companies and is active in many other genres.
Since 2017, she has been performing very successfully live with the pianist and UdK lecturer Huijing Han with the programme "Hör meiner Stimme Schall". This programme links letters and music by Robert Schumann in a deeply moving way.
Other isolated live performances followed, such as the 2023 performance of "Romeo and Juliet", together with the Lauscherlounge.
Her audio book interpretations have been nominated for awards time and again.
In 2016, the audio description she spoke for the cinema film "45 Years" won the German Audio Film Award. This prize was awarded again in 2022 to the audio description she read.
She is still present as an actress in film and television productions.