The actress Anna Maria trouble ("Solo für Weiss") had a completely different career aspiration as a child. "When I was a girl, I wanted to be a waitress for a very long time," the 37-year-old told the "Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung" (NOZ). "At the time, we lived in Vienna, which is known for its beautiful coffee houses. The staff there were all dressed in black and wore white aprons - I thought that was very nice and thought I'd like to be one too. But since I was before the When I'm standing on the camera, there wasn't a day that I wished for anything else."
Trouble can be seen on Netflix in "Totenfrau" from the beginning of January. However, her ten-year-old daughter is not allowed to watch this series for the time being. "Absolutely not, even if you couldn't see what I'm doing explicitly or what's being done to the kidnapped girls."
She herself has not had good experiences when it comes to such childhood experiences: "I still remember what it was like to see my parents' films as a child, and from today's perspective I would say that I saw a few films too early. You really suffer as a child when the parents cry, suffer, see suffering or cause suffering in their roles. It goes through your bones as a child." Trouble is the daughter of the actor couple Jenny Gröllmann (1947-2006) and Ulrich Trouble (1953-2007).