Adrienne McQueen

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Adrienne McQueen
Born June 16, 1983
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Adrienne McQueen is an Irish/German actress.

Her mother is the German painter Marion Jansen-Baisch. She grew up all over Europe, in England, Austria, Italy, and Germany. She won the European Musical Voice Award of the year for Austria.

McQueen started her career, training as a classical ballet dancer at the Royal Academy of Dance in London. Her education in art led her to her first acting job on stage at the English Theaters in Frankfurt, Berlin and Vienna. To get a solid training in acting she enrolled at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Los Angeles.

Traveling between Europe and America she landed various roles in TV movies, co-starring next to Dean Cain and David Keith amongst others.

Attending the Cannes Film Festival she was discovered by German director Uwe Boll to act in his film BloodRayne alongside Michael Madsen, Michelle Rodriguez, Ben Kingsley, and Meat Loaf.

She also starred in the horror film Brotherhood of Blood directed by Michael Roesch and Peter Scherer and was directed by Joaquin Phoenix in a music video for the band Ringside.

She is currently producing films of various genres in which she also acts in. In 2006 she founded a film production company, Cinema League, with Miro Vrana.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ McNary, Dave (3 November 2006). "A Cinema League of their own". Variety. Retrieved 13 August 2010. 

External links[edit]

Adrienne McQueen at the Internet Movie Database