Suzanna von Nathusius
|Intro||Polish child TV actress|
|Is||Actor Film actor|
|Type||Film, Television, Stage and Radio|
|Birth||12 April 2000, Warsaw, Poland|
Suzanna von Nathusius cutting the cake at 10 years' anniversary of Polish soap opera Klan. 14 November 2007 Suzanna von Nathusius got interviewed for news report Panorama (at TVP 2). 22 April 2007 Suzanna von Nathusius (born 12 April 2000) is a Polish television actor.
At the age of three, Nathusius was cast for TV commercials. At the age of seven, she made her film debut in the BBC documentary film series Auschwitz: The Nazis and the 'Final Solution'. She has taken part in many commercials (TV, billboard, print), including the longtime multimedia campaign Orange Go in 2005. In February 2004, she played the Małgorzata (Małgosia) Borecka for the first time in Polands' oldest soap-opera Klan (broadcast since 1997 by public station TVP1), currently the third most popular soap opera in Poland. At her 5th (Klan-) anniversary in February 2009, she had already appeared in 160 episodes. Since 2006, she has also played minor roles in other TV series and films.
Nathusius is the third child of a German publisher and his Polish wife. She has both German and Polish citizenship and is attending a Catholic school in Warsaw.