Helena Klaus made her acting debut in Berlin, 2014. She has worked with numerous directors such as Emma Gersch (Moving Stories Theatre Company), Thomas Jahn (Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door) and Anity Brokmeier (Die Mondschweine). Her performance of Svenja Romanova in Gudrun Gundelach’s ‘It could be your daughter’ won Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actress Fan Favorite at the Christian Film Festival, Virginia. She has trained with international coaches such as Gabrielle Berberich, Greg Chwerchak and Polina Klimovitskaya, studying her craft and diverse techniques at institutions that include the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and the Michael Howard Studios in New York City.
She supplements her love of acting with an avid sports enthusiasm and a love of languages, which in addition to her English fluency led her to spend a month in Southern France honing her French.