Bernadette Heerwagen's career is more or less based on a funny coincidence. In 1992 she accidentally met director Miguel Alexandre while visiting the Bavaria Filmstudios in Munich. Two years later he called her up asking whether she'd like to play the title role in his feature-length debut Nana. At the beginning Bernadette questioned Alexandre's motives as they hadn't spoken since their first meeting but then accepted the offer and took four weeks off from high-school in order to shoot the movie. Everything else is history. Nana was very well received and it triggered further parts for the young actress in such acclaimed films as Das ewige Lied, Die Nacht der Engel and Zärtliche Sterne. In addition she won Bavarian TV Awards for her performances in the drama Der Schandfleck and the TV series Wir sind da! Juden in Deutschland nach 1945. In terms of nudity, Bernadette has already been quite forthcoming with us. Her first actually skinful outing, the aforementioned 1997 released made for TV production Das ewige Lied, contained a couple of seriously hot wet t-shirt shots and dark toplessness while getting it on with some guy in the sea. Although other B-cup revealing roles followed (e.g. in Zärtliche Sterne) the blonde's best nudity to date can be found in the German mini TV series Liebe und weitere Katastrophen since it not only featured her small mini-hooters but also her mesmerizing backside on full display prior to and during a decently-lit sex-scene. Bernadette's star is just on the rise so keep your eyes open for her!
Das Schönste Geschenk meines Lebens (2003) - as Freddy Seeberg