The first thing you’re likely to notice when you see Sandra Linz on stage, on the television, or on the silver screen is her classic good looks. Standing five-foot, seven inches tall, Linz is strikingly beautiful. What audiences don’t immediately realize is that Linz is also quite brilliant. She can speak four languages: German, English, Japanese, and French. If that wasn’t enough, she also knows some basic Korean. Throw in her ability to sing, and her work as a model and artist, and you can easily say Linz is the complete package.
Linz’s first big role came in 2003 when she played “Lara” in the highly rated German television series “Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten” (Good Times, Bad Times). In 2004, Linz not only left her native Germany, she left her native continent, for opportunities in Japan. While in the “Land of the Rising Sun,” Linz worked as an actress, model, and singer—she sang in four different rock bands.
In 2009, Linz decided to further work on her English and acting. She relocated to Los Angeles and enrolled in the renowned Stella Adler Academy of Acting and Theatre. Her training and hard work has definitely paid off. In her short time in America she has landed roles in a number of films including Maria My Love, Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage, The Extra, and Against the Grain. Clearly, Linz is an actress on rise.
Sandra Linz was born and raised in Berlin, Germany. Her first acting role came in a stage adaption of “Where the Wild Things Are” produced by a prominent children’s theatre group. While growing up in Germany, the inspiring Linz studied acting and singing. Besides landing several key roles in film and television productions she also participated in top-notch singing competitions.
Before coming to America, Linz had her own touring production company. She managed European tours for a number of high profile artists. Another talent she can count on in her rising career.