Ioana Iacob was born on the 24th Februarz 1980 in Timisoara. She studied Acting at the German section of the Faculty of Music of the West University Timisoara and gradutated in 2002. Parallel to an apprenticeship in Theatre pedagogy, which she started a year after her graduation, she also performed on stage of German State Theatre Timisoara. Here are some of her roles:
Tanka, ergo Twin, in Home, by Lyudmila Razumovskaya, stage direction: Bernd Guhr (Germany), 1999;
Lucretia, in It was the Lark or Romeo and Juliet after thirty years, by Ephraim Kishon, stage direction: Diogene Bihoi, 2000;
Max, in Max and Moritz, by Wilhelm Busch, stage direction: Ida Jarcsek-Gaza, 2000;
Gabrielle von Kant, in The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, stage direction: Martin Baucks (Germany), 2001;
Nadezda, in Family Stories Belgrade, by Biljana Srbljanović, stage direction: Alexandra Gandi, 2002;
Lena, in Leonce and Lena, by Georg Buechner, stage direction: Bogdan Ulmu, 2002;
Simone Bertraut, in Edith Piaf – My Sun rises when it gets Dark, bz Frank Geerk, stage direction: Alexandra Gandi, 2002;
Pinocchio, in Pinocchio, by Isolde Cobeţ after Carlo Collodi, stage direction: Isolde Cobeţ, 2002;
Mary Stuart, in Mary Stuart, by Friedrich Schiller, stage direction: Alexandra Gandi, 2003;
Gwendolin, in Bunbury or The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde, stage direction: Marina Emandi-Tiron, 2003;
Guideria, in Cymbeline, by William Shakespeare, stage direction: Alexander Hausvater, 2004;
Cherubin, in The Marriage of Figaro, by Beaumarchais, stage direction: Rolf P. Parchwitz, 2004;
Olga, in Fireface, by Marius von Mayenburg, stage direction: Radu-Alexandru Nica, 2005;
Lisa, in Lisa and Clint – The Glory of Living, by Rebecca Gilman, stage direction: Claudiu Goga.
Ioana Iacob also performed in several films.