|Helena Zengel Quick Info
|4 ft 11¾ in
|Date of Birth
|June 10, 2008
Helena Zengel is a German actress who shot to the spotlight with her performance as Bernadette “Benni” Klaaß in the 2019 drama film, System Crasher (German: Systemsprenger). This role won her several accolades including the “Best Actress” award at Santiago Festival Internacional de Cine, Palm Springs International Film Festival, and Deutscher Filmpreis as well as the “Creative Energy Award (for Acting)” at Internationales Filmfest Emden-Norderney. Moreover, she has also been cast in shows and movies in roles like Johanna Leonberger in News of the World, Anja Rothmann in Die Spezialisten – Im Namen der Opfer: Flowerpower, Mila in Inga Lindström: Familienfest in Sommerby, Lilly in Looping, Luca in Die Tochter, and Fabienne in Der gute Bulle.
Helena Zengel has been signed with BAHL FOR ACTORS.
4 ft 11¾ in or 151.5 cm
40 kg or 88 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Helena Zengel is of German descent.
- Has sported short hair
- High cheekbones
Helena Zengel Facts
- She was raised in Berlin.
- She started acting when she was 5 years old and appeared in a music video for the Berlin alternative rock band Abby.
- In the critically acclaimed film System Crasher, Helena Zengel portrayed the character of a 9-year-old girl who is considered aggressive and wayward and she also received a 2019 European Film Award nomination in the “Best Actress” category.
- Alongside Tom Hanks, she co-starred as Johanna Leonberger in the 2020 American Western drama film, News of the World, based on the 2016 novel of the same name by Paulette Jiles.
- Apart from German, Helena can also speak English.
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