Jella Haase

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Jella Haase - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career

Jella Haase is an award-winning German actress. She’s best recognized for her roles in  movies like Lollipop Monster (2011), Fack ju Göhte (2013), and Combat Girls (2011)

She’s also active on small screen and has starred in Polizeiruf 110 (2009) and Alpha 0.7 – Der Feind in dir (2010).


Jella Haase started her career in Germany as a child actress in several projects. She was only fifteen at the time of her debut in the short movie Der letzte Rest in 2009.

That very year, she was also seen in two more German movies including Liebe in anderen Umständen and Mama kommt!.

As for her small-screen career, she has committed to a few TV series during her early career, such as Double Trouble (2010), Alpha 0.7 – Der Feind in dir (2010), and Police Call 110 (2009).

Her breakthrough came when she starred in the movie Lollipop Monster in 2011. Her performance was phenomenal and she was nominated for various awards.

For her acting in the movie Lollipop Monster (2011), she even managed to bag home some awards from prestigious award ceremonies.

In 2022, she was set to join the cast of the Netflix series Kleo as the main character. It was one of many international roles as well as projects she took on for a while.

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  • Real Name: Jella Haase
  • Stage Name: Jella Haase
  • Also Known as: –
  • Nickname: Jella
  • Birthday: October 27, 1992
  • Birthplace: Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
  • Zodiac Sign: Scorpio
  • Nationality: German
  • Religion: –
  • Profession: Actress
  • Education: –
  • Hobbies: Shopping, traveling
  • Facebook: Jella Haase Official
  • Twitter: @jellahaase
  • Instagram: @jella_h
  • TikTok: –
  • YouTube: –

Height, Weight, & Physical Appearance

  • Height: 162 cm (5’3”)
  • Weight: 54 Kg (119 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Hair Color: Blonde 
  • Eye Color: Blue
  • Body Measurements: 33-25-35 (Bust -33, Waist -25, and Hips -35 inches)
  • Shoe Size: 8 (US)
  • Dress Size: –


  • Father: –
  • Mother: Camilla Haase
  • Brother: – 
  • Sister: –

Boyfriend & Dating History

She has never been involved in a publicly known relationship. Jella most likely wants to keep her personal and dating life private.

Net Worth

According to multiple sources, she’s estimated to have built anywhere between $1 million to $3 million of net worth. She seemed to earn her income mainly from working as an actress.


  • Jella Haase often uses her Instagram to promote and endorse various brands like Kate Spade New York and Etienne Aigner AG.
  • Her mother, Camilla Haase, is a dentist.
  • She is a natural blonde.
  • Her natural eye color is blue.
  • She is known to have thick eyebrows.
  • Jella was born and raised in Berlin.
  • She often participated in plays and dramas during high school.
  • Jella is active on social media.
  • She is a fan of German, Spanish, Italian, and Mexican cuisines.
  • Jella has a pet dog.
  • She is interested in fitness and fashion.
  • Jella loves traveling.
  • She has a bold and confident personality.
  • Her ideal type is…

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  • Dear Thomas (2021), as Katarina
  • Caged Birds (2020), as Heike Vollmer
  • Berlin Alexanderplatz (2020), as Mieze
  • Cocoon (2020), as Romy
  • Das perfekte Geheimnis (2019), as Bianca
  • The Elfkins (2019), as Helvi
  • Get Lucky (2019), as Sexshop-Verkäuferin
  • Kidnapping Stella (2019), as Stella
  • The Goldfish (2019), as Laura
  • 25 km/h (2018), as Willie
  • A Jar Full of Life (2018), as Marleen Ruge
  • Nowhere (2017), as Eva
  • Suck Me Shakespeer 3 (2017), as Chantal
  • Das Leben danach (2017), as Antonia
  • Knight Rusty 2: Full Metal Racket (2017), as Burgfräulein Bö
  • Nowhere (2016), as Mischa
  • Looping (2016), as Leila
  • The Huntingtans: Chewing Gum and Love Affairs (2016), as Kate Huntingtan
  • Heidi (2015), as Tinette
  • After the Play (2015), as…
  • 4 Kings (2015), as Lara
  • Suck Me Shakespeer 2 (2015), as Chantal
  • Die Klasse – Berlin 61 (2015), as Eva
  • Young Sophie Bell (2014), as Lisa
  • Die goldene Gans (2013), as Prinzessin Luise
  • Suck Me Shakespeer (2013), as Chantal
  • Eine verhängnisvolle Nacht (2013), as Paula
  • König von Deutschland (2013), as Mira
  • Tot im Wald (2013), as Laura Mangold
  • Glory: A Tale of Mistaken Identities (2012), as Junge Rosalie
  • Puppe (2012), as Leila
  • Hannah Mangold & Lucy Palm (2011), as Laura Mangold
  • Men in the City 2 (2011), as Antonia
  • Licht (2011), as Sarah Berger
  • Combat Girls (2011), as Svenja
  • Lollipop Monster (2011), as Ariane
  • Meine Familie bringt mich um (2010), as Carli
  • Orpheus (2010), as Annas Schwester
  • Liebe in anderen Umständen (2009), as Sophie
  • Mama kommt! (2009), as Jette Fischer
  • Der letzte Rest (2009), as Jenny Bode

TV Series

  • Kleo (Netflix | 2022), as Kleo
  • Leute heute (ZDF | 2022), as self
  • The Team (ZDF | 2015), as Bianca Loukauskis
  • Der Kriminalist (ZDF | 2014), as Manja Nowak
  • Helen Dorn (Roku Channel | 2014), as Sarah Thomsen
  • Tatort (ARD | 2013), as Kommissaranwärterin Maria Magdalena Mohr
  • Stolberg (RTL | 2012), as Angela Vessel
  • Double Trouble (NBC | 2010), as Clara Maiwald
  • Alpha 0.7 – Der Feind in dir (Südwestrundfunk | 2010), as Meike Berger
  • Police Call 110 (ARD | 2009), as Lulu Möllner

TV Shows

  • Deutscher Filmpreis 2022 (ARD | 2022), as a guest
  • Sound of Peace (ProSieben | 2022), as a guest
  • DAS! (YouTube | 2020), as a guest
  • Bambi Medienpreis (YouTube | 2019), as a guest
  • Late Night Berlin (ProSieben | 2019), as a guest
  • Kölner Treff (WDR | 2017), as a guest
  • Abendshow: Live aus Berlin (YouTube | 2017), as a guest
  • Neo Magazin (ZDF | 2017), as a guest
  • Bayerischer Filmpreis 2015 (Facebook | 2016), as a guest


  • 2013 Günter Strack TV Award – Best Young Actress – Polizeiruf 110
  • 2012 Bavarian Film Awards – Best Young Actress – Lollipop Monster


  • 2014 German Film Award – Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role – Fack ju Göhte
  • 2012 Jupiter Award – Best German Actress – Lollipop Monster
  • 2011 Günter Strack TV Award – Best Young Actress – Polizeiruf 110


“At school we watched the Harry Potter film where she plays Hermione and I was like, why is she playing that? I love Hermione! Why can’t I be Hermione? At that time I decided: I’ll do that now too. Then I went to an agency and it all started.”

“I went to the theater for years, watched one play after the other. For me, the theater was a place of longing that remained closed to me for a long time because I thought: you have to be properly trained to be a stage actress.”

“When I heard that there was an audition at the Volksbühne, I just jumped in at the deep end. Very lucky, as it turned out! When I first opened up there, I thought: Oh God, they absolutely have to teach me everything here! I can’t wait to get back on stage.”

“You think bigger on stage. You have what I call a different game fantasy. You have to keep up with your colleagues, otherwise the stage will swallow you up. It broadened my horizon enormously, and that can also be applied to film and series roles.”

“On stage as in film you have to find your own approach to the character. I could offer more for my role as Kleo, I dared more. In the past I might have said during the last take: I have a suggestion. . . For this series, I came straight to the set with ideas. In the theater I learned the joy of trying, searching, finding and sometimes being wrong.”

“Kleo is more of an antihero. She’s too fragile, too flawed, too longing, too loving to be a real villain. Rather, she is inherently radical, but then stumbles again and again over her own courage. You can’t pin good or bad on it. In this respect, she is also not a classic action heroine.”

“When I found out that I was going to be on the VOGUE cover, I almost cried!”

“It was very important to me […] that there would be no such black-and-white depiction and that the West would be portrayed as potentially good and the East as potentially bad.”

“Kleo also has very vulnerable traits, a great longing and sometimes a great deal of childishness. It was precisely this fragility in a person that appealed to me. Her uncompromising attitude is always fueled by an inner hurt and a longing to put herself back together. Betrayed by everything she has and loves, she seeks justice.”

“The world keeps breaking down and the society we live in is not the solution.”

“After such an extremely long time in which I play someone else, I also come with my own emotional balance mixed up. I don’t mean that I suddenly think I’m Kleo, but sometimes I don’t know anymore which emotions belong to me and which ones I’ve just played and haven’t processed yet. That really scares me, but now I know that this is a relatively normal process and that at some point I just have to put the lid on and let my emotions out.”

“You go hiking with a group of people for a week, drink a juice in the morning and a broth in the evening and spend the whole day in nature. This really is the best. You go a lot in silence, peeling off the shell of your soul, so to speak, peeling it off layer by layer.”

“If I wake up and already know how I want to look and what I want to wear, the day is usually good. Then there are days when I have no idea and change my clothes ten times, sometimes 20 times because the clothes don’t convey how I want to feel.”

“I don’t know if I was just very lucky, but I feel like I’ve somehow always played and embodied these characters and never felt a glaring lack of them.”

“I have a lot of strong women around me: two amazing agents, my sister; I have worked with great directors and colleagues. I think we already live the form of feminism. I would like to pass this self-image on to the young girls who watch my films and then no longer have to ask themselves: “Is that actually a strong character?” No, that’s just completely normal.”

“I think you have to dare to be uncomfortable and to demand things, not to be satisfied with simple answers or this “Yes, that’s just how it’s always been”. With a simple “why?” people need explanations or have to take a stand.”

“Now I really understand my job as my identity. I love to play I’m so happy, so gifted, I have such great projects, I can develop and I feel like I’m seen. That is the greatest joy that can be given to me, that I can work the way I do.”

“That would be my greatest wish, to reconcile commerce and art as I have been able to do so far. Whereby the word “commercial” is rated far too negatively anyway – what’s wrong with many people wanting to see something? And I dream of writing and developing myself, that’s already happening in the beginning. Who knows, maybe one day I’ll direct a film that I wrote myself? That would be great.”

Jella Haase is considered a well-experienced actress whom others can look up to. It is proven by a variety of work she has accomplished throughout the years.