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Just like in real life: Rottacher Susanne Wiesner can be seen in a new TV format

2021-09-28T01:46:27.707Z

Many know Susanne Wiesner as a presenter, she also runs a hat-making shop with her husband in Rottach-Egern. Now the actress can be seen in a completely new television radio format.



Many know Susanne Wiesner as a presenter, she also runs a hat-making shop with her husband in Rottach-Egern.

Now the actress can be seen in a completely new television radio format.

Rottach-Egern

- The dialogues that Christl, Julia and Birgit bring to work on their daily car trips together are funny, often ironic and sometimes also biting. In front of the camera there is joke, a lot of laughter, but also comfort. The “baby boy” in this trio is Julia, a young, life-hungry woman, self-confident and charming, who works in a Munich gym.

From Monday (September 27th) the tri-media web TV radio series "3 Women 1 Car" will be broadcast on Bavarian television and radio.

Julia is played by Susanne Wiesner, who lives in the Tegernsee valley.

The 30-year-old is known to many viewers as the presenter of the BR folk music show “Zsammg'spuit”.

Together with her husband Martin, the actress and musician also runs the Hutmacherei & Trachten Wiesner shop in the Rottacher Voitlhof.

Well-known teammates: Luise Kinseher and Angela Ascher are there

Her teammates in the new series are the cabaret artist Luise Kinseher and Angela Ascher, who mimes the Bavarian state parliament president and local constituency member Ilse Aigner (CSU) in the singspiel for the strong beer tasting on the Nockherberg in Munich.

The basis for the 20 episodes of four minutes each - the daily commute to work - is almost a blueprint for real life for Susanne Wiesner.

“During my studies, I actually commuted a lot from Prien to Salzburg,” says the actress, who grew up in Chiemgau.

She moved from Chiemsee to Tegernsee because of love.

Filming means sitting in the car for hours

Wiesner raves about the filming with Kinseher and Ascher.

“We had great respect for each other and got on wonderfully.

And if things didn't go so well, one person set up the other. ”The shooting took place in the studio from morning to evening, first the journey there, after the lunch break the journey home.

For the trio, that meant sitting in the car for hours.

“I was happy when it was Friday and I could walk at home or go up the mountain,” says Wiesner.

Susanne Wiesner plays the balancing character

She describes her role in “3 Women 1 Car” as follows: “I play the niece of Birgit, a chief secretary in the Bavarian State Chancellery in Munich.” The conservative aunt raves in the passenger seat in the not always profound conversations about the everyday life of three Women of different ages from their happy marriage, which in fact seems to be slightly worn out.

Christl, the chauffeur of the commuter trio, on the other hand, is a fun-loving single mother.

She is proud to stand on her own two feet, but longs for the man for life.

"In terms of character, I play the balancing act and try to keep the trio together with humor," says Wiesner, describing her part, always acting from the back seat in the series.

The 30-year-old comes from a family of actors with eight children

The 30-year-old comes from a family of actors.

Of her seven siblings, four older brothers are also on stage, the best known is Maximilian Brückner.

The younger sister Isabella is also an actress.

When Susanne Wiesner is not in front of the camera or making folk music herself, she designs traditional costumes.

She attaches great importance to traditional cuts and fabrics.

“I don't care,” she says with a certain dialect about her dirndl.

Read here: Rottacher Trachtenschneiderei now makes face masks instead of dirndls

The 20-part series “3 Women 1 Car” can be seen from Monday (September 27th) on weekdays in two episodes as part of the program “Wir in Bayern” (4.15pm to 5.30pm) on BR TV.

These two episodes can already be accessed from midnight in the BR media library, and a specially produced audio episode can always be heard on the radio in the mornings on Bayern 1.

Paul Winterer

Source: merkur

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