Julia Jäger’s career started off very well, thanks to a fine performance in her debut, the drama Erster Verlust, which even earned the then 20-year-old a Max-Ophüls-Award as best young actress. After starring in 1991’s highly successful comedy Karniggels, directed by Detlev Buck (Männerpension), Julia took a four year time-out from the movie-biz and started studying acting at the theater school in Leipzig. Since her “comeback” she could mostly be seen in such made for German TV films as Neben der Zeit, Terror im Namen der Liebe,Todfeinde – Die falsche Entscheidung and more recently Rendezvouz mit dem Teufel. Despite a little weak period in the late nineties the cute blonde with the big blue-grey eyes is now right back on target with leading roles in critically acclaimed cinematic releases like Die Einsamkeit der Krokodile and especially Berlin is in Germany, a terrific comedy-drama opposite the great Jörg Schüttaufat his personal best. That Julia isn’t Skingy at all became very clear in the 1997 drama Woanders scheint nachts die Sonne which featured her well-grown alps as well as those hard as rocks nipples on full display during an über sexy shower-scene that seemed to go on for forever (strange how sometimes even “forever” ain’t enough…). Julia went on to show her rack again in the comedy Wenn man sich traut while Todfeinde – Die falsche Entscheidungcontained a brief but(t) nice butt-shot nevertheless Julia’s go-to flick remains Woanders scheint nachts die Sonne so make sure to get it!
Todfeinde - Die falsche Entscheidung (1998) - as Anna Klausmann
Terror im Namen der Liebe (1997) - as Kerstin Friedrichs
Rohe Ostern (1996) - as Inge
Neben der Zeit (1995) - as Sophie