Stephanie EidtPhoto: © Debora Mittelstaedt
Stephanie Eidt, Photo: © Debora Mittelstaedt 
»Das Leben des Vernon Subutex 1«Photo: Thomas Aurin
»Das Leben des Vernon Subutex 1«, Photo: Thomas Aurin 
»Das Leben des Vernon Subutex 1«Photo: Thomas Aurin
»Das Leben des Vernon Subutex 1«, Photo: Thomas Aurin 
»Das Leben des Vernon Subutex 1«Photo: Thomas Aurin
»Das Leben des Vernon Subutex 1«, Photo: Thomas Aurin 
»Das Leben des Vernon Subutex 1«Photo:  Thomas Aurin
»Das Leben des Vernon Subutex 1«, Photo: Thomas Aurin 
»Die Möwe« von Anton Tschechow, Regie: Thomas OstermeierPhoto: © Gianmarco Bresadola
»Die Möwe« von Anton Tschechow, Regie: Thomas Ostermeier, Photo: © Gianmarco Bresadola 
»Die Möwe« von Anton Tschechow, Regie: Thomas OstermeierPhoto: © Gianmarco Bresadola
»Die Möwe« von Anton Tschechow, Regie: Thomas Ostermeier, Photo: © Gianmarco Bresadola 
KindheitsarchivePhoto: © Gianmarco Bresadola, 2022
Kindheitsarchive, Photo: © Gianmarco Bresadola, 2022 
Prinz Friedrich von HomburgPhoto: © Armin Smailovic, 2023
Prinz Friedrich von Homburg, Photo: © Armin Smailovic, 2023 
Prinz Friedrich von HomburgPhoto: © Armin Smailovic, 2023
Prinz Friedrich von Homburg, Photo: © Armin Smailovic, 2023 
Stephanie Eidt in »Die Anderen«Photo: Arno Declair, 2019
Stephanie Eidt in »Die Anderen«, Photo: Arno Declair, 2019 
Stephanie Eidt in »Schatten (Eurydike sagt)«Photo: Gianmarco Bresadola, 2016
Stephanie Eidt in »Schatten (Eurydike sagt)«, Photo: Gianmarco Bresadola, 2016 
Stephanie Eidt in »Borgen«Photo: Arno Declair, 2016
Stephanie Eidt in »Borgen«, Photo: Arno Declair, 2016 
Stephanie Eidt in »Borgen«Photo: Arno Declair, 2016
Stephanie Eidt in »Borgen«, Photo: Arno Declair, 2016 
Stephanie Eidt in »Bella Figura«Photo: Arno Declair, 2015
Stephanie Eidt in »Bella Figura«, Photo: Arno Declair, 2015 
Stephanie Eidt in »Bella Figura«Photo: Arno Declair, 2015
Stephanie Eidt in »Bella Figura«, Photo: Arno Declair, 2015 
 

Stephanie Eidt

Member of the Schaubühne ensemble from 1999 to 2005, between 2015 and 2017 and again since the 2019/20 season. Born in Limburg an der Lahn. Studied acting at the Hamburg University of Music and Performing Arts. Engagements including at the Burgtheater in Vienna, Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg and Deutsches Theater Berlin. From 2009 to 2014, member of the ensemble at the Schauspiel Frankfurt and from 2017 to 2019 at the Berliner Ensemble. Collaborations with Michael Thalheimer, Karin Henkel, Andreas Kriegenburg and Kai Voges, among others. Appearances in film, television and radio productions including in the crime series »Tatort«, »Sarah Kohr« and »Soko«.

Personenkreis 3.1. by Lars Norén, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2000)
Herr Kolpert by David Gieselmann, Director: Marius von Mayenburg, Wulf Twiehaus (2000)
Der Name von Jon Fosse, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2000)
Vor langer Zeit im Mai by Roland Schimmelpfennig, Director: Barbara Frey (2000)
Merlin oder Das wüste Land by Tankred Dorst, Director: Burkhard C. Kosminski (2002)
Das kalte Kind by Marius von Mayenburg, Director: Luk Perceval (2002)
Genua 01 by Fausto Paravidino, Director: Wulf Twiehaus (2003)
Der Würgeengel by Karst Woudstra, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2003)
Eldorado by Marius von Mayenburg, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2004)
Die Dummheit by Rafael Spregelburd, Director: Tom Kühnel (2005)
Bella Figura by Yasmina Reza, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (World Premiere, 2015)
Borgen after the TV series by Adam Price, Director: Nicolas Stemann (2016)
Schatten (Eurydike sagt (Shadows (Eurydike says) by Elfriede Jelinek, Director: Katie Mitchell (2016)
Die Anderen (The Others) von Anne-Cécile Vandalem, Director: Anne-Cécile Vandalem (World Premiere, 2019)
Das Leben des Vernon Subutex 1 (Vernon Subutex 1) by Virginie Despentes, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2021)
Kindheitsarchive (Childhood Archives) by Caroline Guiela Nguyen, Director: Caroline Guiela Nguyen (World Premiere, 2022)
Die Möwe (The Seagull) by Anton Tschechow, Director: Thomas Ostermeier (2023)
Prinz Friedrich von Homburg by Heinrich von Kleist, Director: Jette Steckel (2023)
Glaube, Geld, Krieg, Liebe by Robert Lepage, Director: Robert Lepage (World Premiere, 2024)