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BIO (from IMDbPro):
Nadia Hilker is a German actress, known for her roles in Spring, The 100 and The Walking Dead.
Nadia Hilker is a renowned German film and television actress who has been in the movie industry since 2010. Best known for her role in Spring and The 100, Hilker’s love for acting dates back to her childhood days. Her nationality is German. Her father worked in IT while her mother worked at Lufthansa airline. The two only spent thirty-five years as husband and wife and had Nadia and her brother as children. Growing up with her only brother was fun for Hilker as both had adventurous spirits. On several occasions, they visited Paris from Munich just to have coffee on the Champs-Élysées avenue in Paris and also built tree houses in the forest near their home.
Before joining the movie industry, Hilker worked as a model. She was discovered by a model agent at a ballet school. She lost interest in modeling after a couple of years to give chase to her acting ambition.
The German star began her journey to stardom by taking on the famous role of Marie-Luise Seelig in the television movie Zimmer mit Tante. In the same year, she scored the role of Xenia in the television movie Die Route, a drama movie written by Tobias Stille and directed by Florian Froschmayer.
Over the course of her acting career, she has made more than eighteen appearances on television movies and films. Her notable films include Spring, In the Gallery, The Divergent Series: Allegiant, and Collide. In 2015, she was decorated with the Fright Meter award for roles in her debut movie, Spring.
In addition to acting, Nadia is also good at writing. She once said that writing is the only creativity that helps her grow and explore the world. Her other hobbies are cooking and music. As for her musical influences, she named King of Pop Michael Jackson as one of her musical heroes.