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|Born||April 30, 1990
|Instruments||Vocals, Violin, piano|
Dalal Bruchmann is an Austrian musician and film and television actress. She is known for her acting roles on television shows Die Geschworene and SOKO Donau. Her ancestor Franz von Bruchmann was a lyricist for Franz Schubert.
Bruchmann is a longtime musician having attended the Broadway Connection music school at the age of 12. Her debut single "Taste the Night" was released digitally in 2011 including remixes from Tony Moran. A video was shot in Los Angeles and premiered on AOL Music the same year. The video was added to her YouTube channel and was one of the most watched videos during that period and now has over 1.2 million views.
In 2014 Bruchmann released the single "Suddenly". The song was played on the radio in the United States, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and Germany.
|2007||Die Geschworene||Daniela||1 episode|
|SOKO Donau||Lisa||2 episodes|
|2011||Into the Darkness||Katelyn||filming/releasing 2011|
She lives in Los Angeles and works in both Ireland and Germany.
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