About me

Silvia de Leonardis passed classical acting school in Munich, Constance and Zurich. Among others, she played at the municipal theatre in Constance and in the Theater an der Grenze in Kreuzlingen/Swiss. During her theatre time she participated in a workshop for film acting (camera acting workshop) of the film and stunt production company Action Concept, in which she was able to get a small part in the TV series Der Clown. From then on, appearances in several episodes of Tatort followed, as well as a small part in Die Manns, SOKO 5113 and Küstenwache, until she was discovered for comical roles. She especially succeeded in the presentation of resolute women, and therefore got parts in the motion picture Großglocknerliebe, as well as in the comedy Die Rosenheim-Cops. From 1999 until 2006 de Leonardis also worked as a film coach on Set with the actor Bobby Brederlow, who was born with Down's syndrome, in many productions like Bobby, Tatort and In aller Freundschaft. She also worked for the telenovela Lotta in Love as a film coach for Janin Reinhardt.

In 2014 Silvia de Leonardis started to work with Alex Taylor, who was certified for the 10th time as best acting school and acting teacher of Los Angeles. In 2017 she got the O-1 Visa for the United States and since then also works in America. Her favorite roles are strong women leading characters who are fighting for love and/or justice.

Silvia de Leonardis lives in Munich, is married and has a daughter.