Born in 1947 in Timisoara, after graduating from the German Drama Department of the Bucharest Theater and Film Academy she worked at the German State Theatre Timisoara. From 2003 to 2007, as artistic director of the GSTT, she paid special attention to new drama and the development of contacts with institutions and artists from the inland German-speaking area.
Performed in numerous roles, including Gretchen in "Urfaust" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Yvette in "Mother Courage and Her Children" by Bertolt Brecht, Bernarda Alba in "Bernarda Alba's House" by Federico García Lorca, Winnie in "Happy Days" by Samuel Beckett, Mary Tyrone in "A Long Day's Journey into Night" by Eugene O'Neill, and Firs in "The Cherry Orchard" by Anton P. Chekhov.
Worked with many directors during her career, including Otto Lang, Clemens Bechtel, Răzvan Mazilu, Carmen Lidia Vidu, Volker Schmidt and Yuri Kordonsky.
Her awards include: Performers Award at the Short Theatre Festival in Oradea (1991), Stefan Jäger Honorary Diploma for special merits in the promotion of Romanian-German theatre (2000), Honorary Diploma of the Timisoara County Council for merits in Timisoara's cultural activities (2002) and 2023 Prize of the Romanian Theatre Association UNITER for her entire work.