French, English, Spanish, German, and Luxembourgish are all languages that actress, singer, and writer Dorothée speaks well. She finished her education at the International Noh Institute in Kyoto, the Ecole Philippe Gaulier in Paris, and the Folkwang University of the Arts/Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
The majority of her songs and words are original compositions by the performer, who has given performances at the Berliner Ensemble, Deutsches Theater Göttingen, Schauspielhaus Bochum, Chandler Theatre Glasgow, Al Kasbah Theatre Ramallah, as well as the Theater am Kurfürstendamm Berlin.
Dorothée Neff’s most recent performances were Girl/Marley in “Lazarus” at the Deutsches Theater Göttingen and Women in “Deliver us” at the Grand Theatre of the City of Luxembourg. She performed Gretchen in Faust I and II while working with Robert Wilson and Franz Wittenbrink in Berlin prior to her stay in Göttingen.
She presently earns a living as a freelance writer, singer, and actor. Also, she is well-known for her roles in movies like Ruides: Trailer, Zeréck (2022), Tatort (1970), and Endspiel – Das Ende des Theaters (2012).
Year of Birth
Actress, speaker, singer
Writing - Prose/Poems/Scripts (Film/Theatre)
German, Luxembourgish, Luxembourg
Primary Place of residence
Germany - Bavaria
$500,000 - 1 million dolllars
52 kg - 114 lb.