Salome Dastmalchi was born in Berlin and studied acting at the University of the Arts in Bern from 2002 to 2006, subsequently touring over one year with theproduction of Return to Sender
by Helena Waldmann. In 2010 she had roles in numerous plays including as Katarina in a production of Dämonen (Demons)
in Basel, in Das blaue, blaue Meer (The Blue, Blue Sea)
at Heimathafen Neukölln and in Die Fozen
at Ballhaus Ost. She also debuted as a playwright and director at HAU 3 with Mein Herz ist voller Hass – und das liebe ich (My Heart is Full of Hate – and I Love It)
. 2011 she performed in Bloodshed in Divercity
at Ballhaus Naunystraße, and in 2012 her second production Run Brother Run
had its premiere there. Also at Naunystraße, together with the "akademie der autodidakten", she developed SCHIZO!
, which was nominated to be part of the youth theatre festival "Theatertreffen der Jugend 2013". In 2014 she developed An!
together with teenagers, which ran during the Jugendfestspiele at the Sophiensaele. In 2016/2017 Salome Dastmalchi regularly did readings for the series Prosa der Verhältnisse
of the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation in cooperation with the Maxim Gorki Theater. Since 2012 she has given acting workshops, among others in collaboration with the Schaubühne and the Berliner Ensemble. She also works as a dubbing actress, andcould be heard, for example, in Iranian Voices
. Her first collaboration with the Junges DT was at the 2016 Autumn Camp
, followed by Draufgängerinnen - All Adventurous Women Do
by Tanja Šljivar and Mein ziemlich seltsamer Freund Walter
by Sibylle Berg.salomedastmalchi.de