Claudia Michelsen is one of Germany's secret weapons, only she's not out to destroy but to devastate with her powerful beauty. She debuted in the adventure drama Die Besteigung des Chimborazo (1989) opposite actor-turned-singer-turned-director Jan Josef Liefers, but it was Claudia who turned heads. Although French movie legend Jean-Luc Godard wrote and directed her second film, Allemagne année 90 neuf zero (1991), it wasn't until Das schafft die nie (1994) that Claudia received the respect she deserved. It earned her the prize as Best Young Actress at the Max Ophüls Festival, making the green-eyed brunette a star. Though she's appeared in quality films, she remains under the radar. That's a shame, because she's more than a mere blip on Mr. Skin's equipment. This fräulein is a well-rounded actress and proved it when she first peeled for the camera in the made-for-TV flick Jenseits der Brandung (1994). It contained a couple of nice, though dimly lit, shots of her ass, as well as some side boobity nudity. Then there's Das Schicksal der Lilian H. (1995), which showed Claudia in a bathroom getting completely nekkid and as a result revealing her neither too big nor too small plump and perfect pair as well as her undeniably hot butt crack, plus some back door muff that became clearly visible while she bent down to clean herself up. Wilder Westerwald (1995) continued with the tawdry trend of exposing her mini Alps. And, no, you're not seeing double, Mörderische Zwillinge (1995) doesn't contain one nude Claudia, but two, since she portrayed a set of twins who played some nasty games with their lovers. No sisterly seduction, perverts, but Claudia got naked all through the movie, taking out her bushy, dark-haired, untrimmed beaver for a nude swim. We at Skin Central welcome this German invasion.
Jenseits der Brandung (1994) - as Morgaine Schneider
Hollister (1997) - as Michelle
Betty - Schön wie der Tod (2002) - as Betty
Gefährliche Nähe und du ahnst nichts (2002) - as Peggy Bachmann