Nina Hoss was born in Stuttgart, a city within the borders of West Germany at the time of her birth, to a unionist father and an actress mother. Nina Hoss, who started to take an interest in acting at a very young age, started performing in radio plays at the age of seven and on the stage at the age of 14. Nina Hoss studied drama arts.
In 1996, Nina Hoss played Rosemarie Nitribitt in “A Girl Called Rosemary,” a remake of the 1958 movie. Nina Hoss, whose performance was found successful by film critics, also starred in the movie “The Volcano” in 1999. Nina Hoss, who took part in productions such as “Something to Remind Me”, “Wolfsburg” and “Phoenix”, structured her career step by step and won many awards with her performances in the movies she took part in.
She achieved global recognition for her roles in successful TV series such as “Homeland”, “The Defeated” and “Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan”, as well as the movies she starred in. In 2022, we watched Nina Hoss as Katia in “The Contractor” and as Sharon Goodnow in “Tár”. Nina Hoss is one of the actresses we are accustomed to seeing in movies and TV series, some of which were shot in Germany, as well as German-made movies.