Martina Hill

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Martina Hill with Michael Kessler

Martina Hill (born 14 July 1974) is a German actress, comedienne and voice actress.


Hill, the daughter of a nurse and a train driver, was born in 1974. She was born and grew up in Berlin-Wedding. She completed drama school at the Theaterstudio Berlin where she regularly acted in plays.

She has been a radio announcer for various stations including the Berlin-based stations Radio Eins und Radio Hundert,6 since 1998. She was first seen on television in 2003. She has also starred in television adverts for products such as cheese and credit institutes.

Hill’s big break came in the ProSieben comedy series Switch reloaded in which she has parodied, for example, Heidi Klum, Angela Merkel, Bill Kaulitz, Daniela Katzenberger and Lena Meyer-Landrut

Since 2009, Hill has played the part of „Tina Hausten“ (a parody of well-known German journalist Bettina Schausten) in the satirical heute-show, which is broadcast on ZDF.

Hill has also found fame in China as the lead actress in the first series of the sketch comedy show Knallerfrauen which broadcast on Sat. 1 in February and March 2012.[1]

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