Luna Schweiger

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Luna Schweiger
Born Luna Marie Schweiger
(1997-01-11) 11 January 1997 (age 20)
Berlin, Germany
Residence Hamburg, Germany
Nationality German
Occupation Actress
Years active 2007–present
Parent(s) Til Schweiger (father)
Dana Carlson (mother)
Relatives Valentin Schweiger (brother)
Lilli Schweiger (sister)
Emma Tiger Schweiger (sister)

Luna Marie Schweiger (born 11 January 1997) is a German child actress. She is best known for her role in the 2007 film Keinohrhasen and its 2009 sequel Zweiohrküken, directed by her father Til Schweiger.


Luna Marie Schweiger was born on 11 January 1997 in Berlin to German actor Til Schweiger and American fashion model Dana Carlson. She is the second of four children, after Valentin (born 1995), and the eldest daughter, before Lilli (born 1998) and Emma (born 2002). All four of them are child actors, having all first appeared in the 2007 film Keinohrhasen and its 2009 sequel Zweiohrküken, directed by their father.[1] Her parents separated in 2005.[2] Schweiger now lives with her mother in Hamburg.[3]

Schweiger publicly announced in July 2016 to return her US-american citizenship in case Donald Trump should win the US presidential election in November that year.[4]


Schweiger made her film debut as young Anna Gotzlowski in Keinohrhasen (2007), co–starring Nora Tschirner and her father Til Schweiger, who also directed the film, and reprised her role in its 2009 sequel, Zweiohrküken. In 2009, she portrayed the role of Sarah in the drama Phantomschmerz, starring Til Schweiger, Jana Pallaske and Stipe Erceg. Schweiger briefly appeared in the 2011 film Kokowääh, starring her father and sister Emma Tiger Schweiger. In 2012 she played a teenager in Schutzengel named Nina who witnessed the death of her boyfriend. In witness protection her guardian Max played by Til Schweiger protects her.


Year Title Role Notes
2007 Keinohrhasen Young Anna Gotzlowski
2009 Phantomschmerz Sarah
Zweiohrküken Young Anna Gotzlowski
2011 Kokowääh Girl in the Supermarket
2012 Schutzengel Nina


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