Giulia Siegel Biography
Her passion for the lime lights has rooted from her father, Ralph Siegel who is a German Pop Composer, and grandfather Ralph Maria Siegel, another composer who has written unforgettable theme songs for several German films and TV shows. She was simply a daughter who is like her father and grandfather.
She debuted in the film After Hours in 1996, where she starred with fellow German actors Detlef Bothe, Jock Bruno, Michael Gampe, Giulio Ricciarelli and Pius Schmitt. This is one of the very few films where she was seen. Her appearance in this film was followed by a made for television thriller film in 1999 entitled Singlefalle Liebesspiele bis in den Tod, Die. That same year, she was also cast in the TV drama Rivalinnen der Liebe and appeared in the # 2.9 episode of the talk show Karl Dall-Show, Die. Here, she appeared with Erika Berger, Norbert Blüm, Detlev Buck, Dolly Buster and many other German personalities.
The year 2000 has been a busy year for Giulia Siegel. She welcomed the year with an appearance in the TV drama Klinikum Berlin Mitte. She also played the role of Heidi in the Prüfungen episode of Klinikum Berlin Mitte - Leben in Bereitschaft. In the Kalte Herzen episode of the crime drama Tatort, she was seen as Amy Bell.
In 2001, she played as Karen Hennings in the TV romance comedy Herzstolpern. In 2002, she was seen on the German talk show host Boulevard Bio in its Eroberer episode and this was followed by some other TV gigs, particularly serials and talk shows.
Aside from being an actress and TV host, Giulia Siegel was also a model and a DJ. She performs as a DJ in different well-known clubs in Germany during weekends. She was divorced and her children are twins Nathan and Mia; and Marlon, her son from an earlier relationship.
Sexy Giulia Siegels magazine credits include a hot pose on the cover of Playboy Germany on March 1994.