Alicia Gräfin von Rittberg, born on 10 December 1993 in Munich, made her debut in front of the camera at the age of six in the popular TV-show “Dingsda” (2000), in which small children had to explain different everyday concepts. But her real acting career began only a few years later: in 2006 she appeared in a series of the crime series “The Old One”, followed by supporting roles in the television games Die Lawine (2007) (2007) and Die Sache mit dem Glück (2008)(2008) , Alicia von Rittberg became known to a wider audience through the seven-part film series Meine wunderbare Familie (2008) (2008-2009); In it she played the 13-year-old daughter of the main character. In the film biography Romy (2009) (2009, TV) she played Romy Schneider in her teens. Shortly thereafter, she was seen in Das Geheimnis der Wale (2010) (2010) as the daughter of Veronica Ferres played main character. Other supporting roles she had in the cinema comedy Eine ganz heiße Nummer (2011) (2011), in Die Verführerin Adele Spitzeder (2012)(2012) and in Christian Petzold’s GDR drama Barbara (2012) (2012). A major role played by Rittberg as a humiliated Heimkind in the drama Und alle haben geschwiegen (2012) (2012). In 2013, she received the Günter Rohrbach Film Prize and the Young Talent Award at the Bavarian Television Prize for this performance. Positive reviews also got the TV play Alles für meine Tochter (2013) (2013), about a woman who is suddenly confronted after 16 years with her daughter once released for adoption. Rittberg also belonged to the family history ensemble Unterwegs mit Elsa (2014) (2014) and the historical thriller Die Hebamme (2014) (2014). The latter role earned her the New Faces Award for Best Newcomer Actress. Rittberg had a small but significant role in the American second world war movie Fury (2014) (2014) starring Brad Pitt. She played in it a young German, who must host an American tank crew. Easier stuff was the romantic comedy Das Romeo-Prinzip (2015) (2015), which showed her as a shy student. Director Sönke Wortmann cast Alicia von Rittberg in a starring role in his acclaimed mini-series Charité (2017) (2017) as a combative and ambitious nurse. Another American production was the miniseries Genius (2017) (2017) on the life of Albert Einstein, in which played by Rittberg Anna Winteler, the daughter of the scientist Jost Winteler. In the same year she was an ambitious elite student to the ensemble of Alain Gsponer’s Jugend ohne Gott (2017)(2017), a dystopian future after Ödön von Horvath’s novel of the same name.In addition to acting, Alicia von Rittberg studies economics in Friedrichshafen.