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Nina Bott (born 1 January 1978 in Hamburg) is a German actress.
Between August 1997 and September 2005, Bott played Cora Hinze Moreno on the popular German soap opera Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten. She then appeared in the period drama Unter den Linden – Das Haus Gravenhorst. She then joined the soap opera Alles was zählt in 2008 as Celine Laffort, and stayed with the show for more than two years before leaving it with costar Norman Kalle. In March 2011, it was announced that Bott would join her third soap opera, Verbotene Liebe, where, in June of that year, she began playing Julia von Anstetten, a re-casting of one of the show's original characters. Her story takes place on location in Mallorca.
Bott appeared on the cover of the February, 2002 issue of Playboy magazine's German edition, and appeared again in Playboy's February 2012 issue. With Leonie Lutz, she cowrote a book about pregnancy, with Germany-related advice, called Generation Mami.
Bott won the 1995 Hamburg windsurfing championship. In 1997, she completed her abitur (a prep-school university qualification) at Corvey Gymnasium in Lokstedt, in the Eimsbüttel borough of Hamburg, with acting as one of her majors. She was in a relationship with cameraman Florian König for 17 years; they had a son, Lennox (born 23 December 2003). Since 2012, Bott has been in a relationship with Benjamin Baarz, with whom she has a daughter, Luna Victoria (born 20 December ). And a Son, Lio - who was Born in 2019.
- 1984 to 1992: various advertising spots (Livio- Ketchup, Pelikan, Sanostol)
- 1993: Jugendfilm (Youth Film) (CD-Rom), Trebitsch
- 1997: advertising spots for Holsten Beer
- 1997–2005: Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten
- 2001: Hinter Gittern – Der Frauenknast
- 2002: stern TV : Nina Bott fat makeup
- 2002: Blaubär und Blöd
- 2002: Das beste Stück
- 2002: video of songs "Die Welt steht still" by the Sam Ragga Band
- 2004: advertising spot gegen Gewalt an Kindern (Against violence towards Children)
- 2005: advertising spot for Persil
- 2005–2006: Unter den Linden – Das Haus Gravenhorst
- 2006: SOKO Kitzbühel – Was geschan mit Vera Z.?
- 2008–2010: Alles was zählt
- 2010: Countdown – Die Jagd beginnt
- 2010: Ich bin Culo
- 2011: Emilie Richards: Sehnsucht nach Sandy Bay
- 2011–present: Verbotene Liebe
- 2013–present: Lounge Of Nina Bott
- 1995: "Carlos", Tankret Dorst
- 1995: "Preparadisesorrynow", Fassbinder
- 1996: "LiebeGehirneAbwickeln", Uwe Paulsen
- 1997: "Unter dem Milchwald", Dylan Thomas
- 1997: "Yvonne, Prinzessin von Burgund"
- "Gute Zeiten, gute Zeiten – "Sogar Mathe fand ich gut."". Das ist Corvey. Corvey Gymnasium. 31 August 2009. Retrieved 26 January 2011.
- Hilber, Gerd (7 June 2008). "Nina Bott – Familie ist alles, was zählt – Nina Bott kehrt mit ihrer Rolle in 'Alles was zählt' (ab 10.7., RTL, werktags, 19.05 Uhr) in die Soap-Welt zurück". M&C – TV Star Portrait. Monsters and Critics.de. Archived from the original on 19 July 2011. Retrieved 26 January 2011.
- "RTL-Serie "Alles was zählt": Nina Bott steigt aus – Die Hamburger Schauspielerin will nicht mehr nach Köln pendeln. Ein Grund für ihre Entscheidung ist die Einschulung ihres Sohnes". Persönlich. Hamburger Abendblatt. 7 June 2010. Retrieved 26 January 2011.
- "Das Erste: "Verbotene Liebe": Jan & Julia und Biest Clarissa kehren zurück – Am neuen Schauplatz Mallorca haben die Dreharbeiten zu XL-Folgen der Daily begonnen". Das Erste. na presseportal. 28 March 2011. Retrieved 4 March 2011.
- "February 2002 Issues". Newsstands Current Magazine Issues. IMC Magazine. Retrieved 26 January 2011.
- Roitzheim, Ulli (February 2009). "Nina Bott & Leonie Lutz: Generation Mami" (pdf). Newsletter. Plattform Sexuelle Bildung. Retrieved 26 January 2011.
- Pohl, Nicola (22 December 2007). "Mein Dekolleté sitzt jetzt besser..." Bild.de. Axel Springer. Retrieved 26 January 2011.
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