Karin Ugowski is a German film and theater actress, voice actress, narrator, film producer and furtherer of art and culture with various stations of work in UK, France, Italy, Israel, Russia, Hungary, Poland, Spain, US and Germany with a long list of contributions to theater and film, looking back at a long and successful career. As one of the few visually striking and exceptional faces in Germany in her age group nowadays she lately appeared in the Acadamy Award nominated international motion picture Foxtrot (2017) as the mother of the protagonist.
In very early Science Fiction motion pictures like Signale - Ein Weltraumabenteuer (1970) (qv) (engl. "Signals") and historical feature films like the spy thriller Das Unsichtbare Visier (1973) (TV) (qv) (engl. "The Invisible Visor") co-starring the young 'Armin Mueller-Stahl' (qv), which has already achieved cult status, or as malicious white farmers daughter in the German film version of the American indian legend story Osceola (1971) (qv) or even in first episodes of the German TV classic crime series "Polizeiruf 110" (1971) (qv), where she appears as one of the first officiating female police detectives and inspectors besides 'Sigrid Göhler' (qv) in German TV, she has confused her princess role fan base by exposing as character actress of complex parts and by showing many different faces in the 1970's, what still remains over the decades. More than once she has shown her versatility and adaptivity, like in the cinema short film "Open" (2006) of the director Charlotte Siebenrock later again, when she turned from an old frustrated canteen kitchen porter into an attractive buoyant and beautiful looking women within minutes.