Ann-Kathrin Kramer is bi . . . continental that is. She studied acting in München and New York, starting her career at the ripe old age of 26 on an episode of the popular TV series SOKO 5113. She has proven her versatility ever since in all kinds of made-for-German-TV movies such as the drama Die Konkurrentin (1997). It centers around the lesbian relationship between two women, naturally and hotly. Callboys (1999) is an erotic thriller about, well, callboys. Despite her youthful looks and her girl next door charm, Ann-Kathrin hasn't quite made the jump to cinematic releases just yet, and thus her only theatrical appearance to date remains Marc Rothemund's ensemble piece Das merkwürdige Verhalten geschlechtsreifer Großstädter zur Paarungszeit (1998), aka Love Scenes From the Planet Earth, opposite Cosma Shiva Hagen and Anica Dobra. She first bared her goodies in Rivalen am Abgrund (1996) during a dimly lit scene with her topless in a tub. For better skin check out the aforementioned drama Die Konkurrentin, where she has a nice and very tasteful (and tasty) lesbo sex scene with veteran actress Charlotte Schwab. Heiss und Kalt features an extra pair of T&A by Saskia Valencia. But for the nude du resistance check out Ann-Kathrin's lengthy bathtub scene in Callboys and some real hot, fake sex in Auf schmalem Grat (1999). This beautiful German's best nudity to date, according to Skin Central, Germany, however, can be found in the drama Abgehauen (1998). It was obviously shot shortly after Ann-Kathrin's pregnancy since her usually average-sized nipples are nothing if not super heavily swollen! Better still, Abgehauen even contains a nice (if extremely brief) full-frontal nude shower scene. As many other European actresses, this beauteous blonde obviously doesn’t spend a lot of time trimming her dark-brown beaver.
Die Pirateninsel - Familie über Bord (2006) - as Billy Gehrke
Mörderische Suche (2004) - as Katharina