Anna Loos Biography, Career, Songs, Silly, Band, Husband, Daughters, Wiki, Net Worth, Latest News, Age, And More

Anna Loos is a German actress and singer. In 2006, Loos went on tour with the band Silly, for which she had already appeared as a guest singer at the end of 2005, under the name Silly & Anna Loos, and thus succeeded the singer Tamara Danz, who died in 1996. After that, Loos was a permanent member of the band until the end of 2016. In the spring of 2023, Loos took part in the eighth season of the ProSieben show The Masked Singer as the sea horse and took sixth place.

Anna Loos Biography

Anna Loos Personal Life

Anna Loos was born on 18 November 1970 in Brandenburg and der Havel, East Germany, Germany. She is the daughter of a nurse and an engineer.

At the age of 6, she began taking ballet lessons. At the age of thirteen, she used her pocket money to finance singing lessons with the Bulgarian opera singer Jana Michailowa at the Brandenburg Theater.

In 1988, at the age of 17, Loos fled with a friend via Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Austria from the GDR to the Federal Republic of Germany. From the Gießen emergency camp, she moved to an aunt in Wedel.

Loos continued her vocal training and played in various bands. With a big band, she undertook, among other things, a tour to Canada.

Anna Loos Career


In 1993, Loos appeared in comedy shows at the Schmidt Theater. This was followed by participation in the musical Grease (Imperial Theater, 1994) and cabaret shows with Wasserfest & doppelbödig (1995) and Reiselust (1996) at the Theater Bremen. From 1996 to 1999, she played multiple talk show guests on the talk show Spoof T.V. Emperor. She made her cinema and television film debut in the productions of Michael Gwisdek’s Das Mambospiel and Blind Date (both 1998). After that, Loos appeared regularly on television. She became known to a larger audience through the role of secretary Lissy Pütz in the WDR crime scene in Cologne alongside inspectors Ballauf (Klaus J. Behrendt) and Schenk (Dietmar Bär). She was remembered by a wide television audience through the two comedies Hellish Neighbors (1998) and Hellish Neighbors – Only Women Are Worse (2000), in which she fought a duel with Esther Schweins. Loos was able to build on the previous success in 2000 by portraying Gretchen alongside Franka Potente in the German medical thriller Anatomy. In it, she starred as the plastinated victim of film villain Benno Fürmann. She also sang the title song My Truth for this medical thriller. Also in 2000, she received an award for her performance as rock singer Rita in the TV movie Hold Me! at the side of her later husband Jan Josef Liefers the actor award of the television film festival Baden-Baden. For the latter production, she interpreted the titles Purple Rain by Prince and Living Next Door to Alice by Smokie together with Liefers and Jan-Gregor Kremp.

In 2006, Loos played the lead role of Sally Bowles in the Berlin musical production of Cabaret, for which she received positive reviews. In 2009 she appeared alongside Jan Josef Liefers in the Clemens Wilmenrod television biopic It is on my tongue and the drama Böseckendorf – The Night in which a village disappeared, which is about a spectacular mass exodus from the GDR. Both the roles of Erika Wilmenrod and Tonia Lantz brought Loos a nomination for the Golden Camera. In the same year, she played the queen alongside Martin Feifel in the fairy tale film Sleeping Beauty of the ARD television series Six at One Prank. In 2011, Loos received the award for her leading role in Tim Trageser’s TV film Wohin mit Vater?, in which she can be seen as an East German wife and mother who is confronted with the care of her widowed father (Dieter Mann) who is unable to walk. In 2012 she received the Bavarian TV Award for best actress for the TV film Die Lehrerin, for which she again worked with Tim Trageser. In the drama, she starred as a traumatized teacher trying to work through a school shooting with her class. In 2013 she embodied the role of Claudia in Andreas Kleinert’s psychodrama The Woman from Earlier, which is based on the play of the same name by Roland Schimmelpfennig.

Since 2014 she has embodied the eponymous commissioner of the LKA North Rhine-Westphalia in the ZDF Saturday crime series Helen Dorn, since episode 13 of the LKA Hamburg. In the same year, she portrayed the geriatric nurse Carmen in Udo Witte’s film comedy The Last Millions. In early 2016 she played the leading role in the six-part political drama The City and the Power. In 2018 she was on the side of Heiner Lauterbach in the ZDF history series Tannbach – Destiny of a Village in the role of the East Berliner Rosemarie Czerni, who falls in love with the West Berlin Count and landowner Georg von Striesow and marries him see. In 2020 she starred in the Christmas film All Needles at the Tanne as Maria Koslowski alongside Marcus Mittermeier and Simon Schwarz.

Anna Loos Band


In 2006, Loos went on tour with the band Silly, for which she had already appeared as a guest singer at the end of 2005, under the name Silly & Anna Loos, and thus succeeded the singer Tamara Danz, who died in 1996. After that, Loos was a permanent member of the band until the end of 2016.

With Silly, Loos played, among other things, the single I Don’t say yes and the album Alles Rot ein (both 2010), with which the band was able to place itself in the German music charts. With the single release Alles Rot, Silly took second place for Saxony-Anhalt when participating in the Bundesvision Song Contest 2010 organized by Stefan Raab. In September 2011 she again competed in the Bundesvision Song Contest, where this time she took third place in a duet with Bosse. Loos released her first solo album entitled Werkzeugkasten in March 2019, which reached number 16 on the German charts. In the spring of 2023, Loos took part in the eighth season of the ProSieben show The Masked Singer as the sea horse and took sixth place.

Anna Loos Net Worth

Anna has a net worth of $3 million. She earns by being an actress and singer. She was also part of the music band Silly which has done many concerts.

Anna Loos Relationship

In 2004, she got married to Jan Josef Liefers, a German actor, producer, director, and musician. The couple has welcomed two daughters Lilly and Lola. They together live in Steglitz, Berlin.

Anna Loos husband

Anna Loos Hobbies

When invited to Ina’s night in June 2019, she reported that she has many hobbies, such as fishing, skydiving, surfing, and repairing. When she wanted to be close to her engineer father, she had to help out in the workshop of the passionate old-timer mechanic, which later came in very handy.

Anna Loos Education

Anna was rejected at the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music because at the time she cultivated a punk attitude, and not only in terms of her clothing style. She attended the Johann Rist Gymnasium there until the 12th grade. In 1992 she completed an apprenticeship at the Stage School of Music, Dance, and Drama in Hamburg and found her way to acting through music.

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Anna Loos Physical Stats

Height 5 ft 6 in / 168 cm
Weight 123 lb / 56 kg
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Breast/Bust size 33 in / 85 cm
Waist size 25 in / 65 cm
Hips size 35 in / 90 cm
Bra size 38B (US) / 85B (EU)
Cup size B (US)

Anna Loos Wiki/Bio

Name Anna Loos
Full Name Anna Loos
Date Of Birth 18 November 1970
Age 52 (as of 2023)
Birthplace Brandenburg an der Havel, East Germany
Profession actress and singer
Nationality German
Religion Christianity
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Gender Female
Parents N/A
Siblings Jonas Loos
Partner N/A
Spouse Jan Josef Liefers (m. 2004)
Children Lilly Anna Sophia Liefers

Anna Loos Filmography

Title Year
Das Mambospiel 1998
Kai Rabe gegen die Vatikankiller 1998
Anatomie 2000
Der Mistkerl 2001
Ein göttlicher Job 2001
NeuFundLand 2003
Gisela 2005
GG 19 – Deutschland in 19 Artikeln 2007
Nur ein Sommer 2008
10 Sekunden 2008
Desaster 2015
Kalte Küsse 1997
Single sucht Nachwuchs 1998
Der Kinderhasser 1998
Höllische Nachbarn 1998
Traumfrau mit Nebenwirkungen 1999
Letzter Atem 1999
Sieben Tage bis zum Glück 1999
Halt mich fest! 2000
Höllische Nachbarn – Nur Frauen sind schlimmer 2000
Das sündige Mädchen 2001
Die Hunde sind schuld 2001
Die Frauenversteher – Männer unter sich 2002
Verhexte Hochzeit 2002
Der Liebe entgegen 2002
Ein Koala-Bär allein zu Haus 2005
In Liebe eine Eins 2005
Die Hochzeit meines Vaters 2006
Die Unbeugsamen 2006
Von Müttern und Töchtern 2007
Theo, Agnes, Bibi und die anderen 2007
Das Wunder von Berlin 2008
Lilys Geheimnis 2008
Das Echo der Schuld 2009
Böseckendorf – Die Nacht, in der ein Dorf verschwand 2009
Wohin mit Vater? 2009
Dornröschen 2009
Es liegt mir auf der Zunge 2009
Liebe vergisst man nicht 2010
Die Lehrerin 2011
Fischer fischt Frau 2011
Mandy will ans Meer 2011
Komm, schöner Tod 2012
Nacht über Berlin 2013
Zeugin der Toten 2013
Die Frau von früher 2013
Mord in den Dünen 2013
Die letzten Millionen 2014
Zum Sterben zu früh 2015
Das Dorf der Mörder 2015
Die Stadt und die Macht 2016
Gefangen im Paradies 2016
Tannbach – Schicksal eines Dorfes 2018
Reich oder tot 2018
Unschuldig 2019
Alle Nadeln an der Tanne 2020
Honecker und der Pastor 2022

Anna Loos Discography

  • 2019: Werkzeugkasten

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