Luise Schubert was born in Karl-Marx-Stadt (now Chemnitz) in 1990 and completed her acting training at the University of Music and Theatre “Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy” Leipzig in 2012. During her training, she already worked at Centraltheater Leipzig, Schauspiel Chemnitz and Theater Baden-Baden. She joined the company of Theater Heilbronn for two years, where she worked with directors including Mareike Mikat, Markus Bothe, Dietrich Hillsdorf, Philip Tiedemann, Johanna Schall and Katja Wolff. In 2014, she acted in the world premiere of the three-hander “Zweier ohne”, which was directed by Petra Wüllenweber and nominated for the theatre award DER FAUST.
She has been working as a freelance actor, singer and audiobook narrator since 2014.
Apart from her work for stage and camera, she has also headed the theatre branch of the young Berlin production company Station B3.1. Her most recent productions as an actor and director are the rock ’n’ roll show “King Lui & the Royals”, the play “Fuck you, mon amour!” and the radio play “Nur Gummistiefel sind erlaubt”.
Luise Schubert lives in Leipzig and Berlin.