Adele Neuhauser: She now likes to be a woman

At over 60, Adele Neuhauser (64) is in the prime of her life and is enjoying her success and career to the fullest.

Adele Neuhauser: She now likes to be a woman

At over 60, Adele Neuhauser (64) is in the prime of her life and is enjoying her success and career to the fullest. In an interview with the magazine "Bunte" she now said about her current phase of life: "I'm satisfied. I still have this irrepressible strength and energy in me to do and move things." Her goal is to enjoy life. "I'm a woman and now I like it. I wish that every woman could live this feeling. This feeling of happiness."

Only one thing stays a little bit behind: love. "I don't consciously prevent them, I've rather put on a protective shield. According to the motto: I would, but I have no time for love," said the well-known "Tatort Wien" commissioner. She is still fascinated by some men, but leaves it at that for the moment. "You can flirt."

However, Neuhauser does not rule out that the future will bring a new love. "I used to fall in love a lot. Now I'm looking forward to the moment when it happens again. So I'm already looking forward to it."

Since 2010, Adele Neuhauser has been working alongside acting colleague Harald Krassnitzer (62) as Commissioner Bibi Fellner in Vienna's "Tatort" crime and murder cases. Together with her son Julian Pajzs (36), who works as a jazz musician and film composer, she also appears as a literary and music duo called "The Last of Her Kind".

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