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Jeanette Sena Muhlmann aka Sena

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(Writer, Producer, Director and Actor ? as well as songwriter/singer/dancer and last but not least ? costume designer)

Born and raised in Munich Germany as Jeanette Mühlmann
Ritually receiving the name ?Sena? in Ouidah, Benin, West Africa in 1997 ?
Meaning: ?Bringing Heaven to Earth?
LMU University Munich - Studies of Journalism, Social and Political Sciences;
- followed by a profound Acting Career in German Theatre and TV ?
Co-Founder and Co-Director of the legendary independent Munich Theater Group, the ?Magic Flute?, who had its merits in the 80ies with classical and modern theater plays from Friedrich Schiller to Arthur Miller; from Joe Orton to John Osborne to Tennessee Williams - from private theaters to state theaters to festivals to hundreds of sold out tours through Germany speaking Europe -
Translator of several English/American theater plays into German (Tennessee Williams, John Osborne, Joe Orton, Mark Medoff, Arthur Miller)-
Poetry and Spoken Word Multi Media performances -
Published Poetry in countless anthologies

1996 first published Book:
Jeanette ? Softly but Highly Dangerous I open your heart ( ISBN 3-9521062-0-8)

1999/2000 Move to NYC
Spoken Word Performances and First Short Stories in English

2000 first DOCUMENTARY
Last Interview with Leo Glückselig in NYC ?
?The Man who was thrown out of the German Concentration Camp?

CD : Sena ? Natural High

2001 Start of own fashion label: Sena-Collection
International Fashion Shows (from NYC to Dubai ? UAE;
from Kingston Jamaica, from Manhattan Urban Fashion Week
to Brooklyn Fashion Week)

(Author, Director, Costume Designer, Producer)
First Screening July 25th 2007 at the NYC International Film and Video Festival NYIIFVF
Award for ?best environmental short? NYIIFVF 2007

2007 Actress (Hannah) in Laurence Holder?s play ?The Crooner?
NYC ? world premiere at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe

2008 Finished two screen plays ?The Keyboard? and ?Strictly Confidential?

2009 Working on theater play/film script