Bianca Arndt

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Born (1977-04-19) April 19, 1977 (age 44)
Bochum, Germany
  • Actress
  • Singer

Bianca Arndt, (born April 19, 1977 in Bochum) is a German actress and singer with Italian and French roots.


Already at the age of ten, Bianca Arndt sang in the school band of the boarding school Landschulheim Schloss Heessen, which she attended from 1987 to 1989. Afterwards she started ballet and jazz lessons in Bochum, trained with Ingrid Sostarich and Madame Jadwiga Antony in Luxembourg and became increasingly interested in theater. After graduating from school, she completed a three-year musical training course at the Stage School in Hamburg, for which she received a scholarship.[1]

Bianca Arndt had her first important role as Hodel alongside Angèle Durand and Gunther Emmerlich in the musical Anatevka. She appeared alongside Helen Schneider at the Bad Hersfeld Festival, directed by Hans Gratzer, and in 2004 went to the Musicaltheater Basel, where she alternated in the leading roles of Lorraine and Adriana alongside Ethan Freeman and Florian Schneider in the German-language premiere of the musical Dracula. With Anna Maria Kaufmann, she sang at the Classic Open Air at Berlin's Gendarmenmarkt, the Schönbrunn Summer Night Concert in Vienna and the Thurn und Taxis Schlossfestspiele.

For the 40th anniversary of the musical Hair (musical), Arndt went to Italy from 2008 to 2009, where she collaborated with Elisa, Giampiero Solari, Luca Tomassini and New York choreographer Parsons Dance Company, touring Italy in the lead role as Sheila Franklin with Attilio Fontana.[2] From 2014 to 2017, she lived in in Nice, France, singing with her jazz/rhythm 'n blues trio Lady Killers in jazz and music clubs of the French Riviera, at festivals and at the Negresco Hotel. Arndt played the role of Columbia in the cult play The Rocky Horror Show at the Staatsoperette Dresden and subsequently made guest appearances at the Ohnsorg-Theater Hamburg, the Komödie im Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Munich and the Komödie Düsseldorf, among others. She has appeared regularly in productions at the Imperial Theater since 2006 and at Schmidt's Tivoli on the Reeperbahn in Hamburg since 2019.

In addition to her theater engagements, Bianca Arndt is active as a film actress and voice over artist. She lives in Hamburg and speaks Italian, French and English in addition to her native German.

Her father Anthony Arndt is also an actor.[3]

Theater (selection)

Bianca Arndt at the Imperial Theater in Hamburg

Theater Bergedorf Hamburg, Waldautheater Bremen (1996)

  • Cabaret

Theater Lübeck (2000)

  • Tommy

Bad Hersfelder Festspiele (2001)

  • Evita

Konzertdirektion/Eurostudio Landgraf (2001-2007)

  • Anatevka

Musicaltheater Basel (2004)

  • Dracula

Beckettlounge Berlin (2005)

  • Liebst Du mich, Lump?

Hansa-Theater Berlin (2005)

  • Harry und Sally

Komödie in der Steinstraße Düsseldorf (2008-2013)

  • Mit 17 hat man noch Träume (Familie Malente)
  • 99 Luftballons (Familie Malente)[4]

Teatro Smeraldo Milano, Politeama Genovese, Teatro Colosseo Turino (2008-2009)

Comödie Fürth (2010)

  • Musik ist Trumpf (Familie Malente)

Fliegende Bauten Hamburg, Komödie Braunschweig, Tournee Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz (2010)

  • 12 Punkte für ein bisschen Frieden (Familie Malente)

Coupé Theater, Berlin (2011-2012)

  • Non(n)sense
  • Sekretärinnen

Le Manège - Potsdam (2012)

  • Friedrich-gross nicht artig

Luisenburg Festspiele (2012)

  • The Blues Brothers Story[6]

Staatsoperette Dresden (2013)

  • The Rocky Horror Show[7]

Ohnsorg-Theater (2013)

  • 99 Luftballons (Familie Malente)

Nikolaikirche Rostock (2013-2015)

  • Evita Konzertant
  • Jesus Christ Superstar

Musikfest Hamburg: Laeiszhalle (2014)

  • Space is only noise

Komödie Braunschweig, Theater am Aegi (2014)

  • Jojo Effekt

Landesbühne Rheinland-Pfalz, Kleines Theater Bad Godesberg (2015)

  • Die Wundertüte

Komödie im Bayerischen Hof (2016)

  • Mit 17 hat man noch Träume (Familie Malente)

Theater im Rathaus, Essen (2017)

  • Aber bitte mit Sahne (Familie Malente)[8]

Schmidt Theater (2019)

  • Die Weihnachtsbäckerei[9]

Imperial Theater (2006-2007, 2018-2020)

  • Jukebox Saturday Night
  • Hossa
  • Der Frosch mit der Maske[10][11]
  • M eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder[12][13]


  • 2012: The End - A Contract With The Devil, (2012)
  • 2017: PottOriginale Roadmovie, (2017)
  • 2018: Patric Scott - Nothing to Prove, (2018)
  • 2019: Grizzly (2019)[14]
  • 2020: Mit dem Weihnachtsmann übers Rheintal, (2020)

Voice actress


  • 2019: West of Liberty
  • 2019: Nella, die Ritterprinzessin
  • 2019: Teachers
  • 2019: Bite Club
  • 2019: Total Dreamer
  • 2020: George - Ritter wider Willen

Radio play/documentary

  • 2018: Die Punkies: Hörspiel
  • 2018: Die drei !!! Folge 59 - Das geheime Parfüm: Hörspiel
  • 2019: Schlau wie vier - Vulkane: Hörspiel
  • 2019: Space Friday 1–5: Dokumentation
  • 2019: Inside Ethopia: Dokumentation
  • 2020: Space Friday 1–5: Dokumentation

In the media

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  1. "Weiber". Komödie Kassel (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  2. "Il musical "Hair" al debutto | Musical" (in italiano). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  3. "Anthony Arndt". Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  4. "Schrille Musikrevue in der Komödie: Hier mischt der BILD-Reporter die 80er Jahre auf". (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  5. ""Hair", le canzoni dell'utopia perduta -". Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  6. GmbH, HCS Content. "Wunsiedel: Party bis tief in die Nacht - Frankenpost". (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  7. "Konzertdirektion Hannover: Schauspieler". Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  8. "„Aber bitte mit Sahne": Rathaus-Theater feiert Schlagersause". (in Deutsch). 2017-08-23. Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  9. "Hamburg-Termine - Der Veranstaltungskalender für Hamburg". Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  10. "Bianca Arndt". (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  11. "ENSEMBLE – Der Frosch mit der Maske" (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  12. "Imperial Theater: „M" – ein Krimiklassiker jetzt mit Hamburger Note(n) - Hamburg nachrichten". Newslocker (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  13. Reckziegel, Stefan (2019-08-20). "„M" – ein Krimiklassiker jetzt mit Hamburger Note(n)". (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  14. "Internationale Wirtschaftsfilmtage". Internationale Wirtschaftsfilmtage (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.

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