Sybille Gebhardt

Sybille Gebhardt

Sybille was born in January 1979 on the German-French border of Neunkirchen / Saar. At the age of three she was enrolled at the Royal Academy of Dancing in Munich, where she trained in Ballet for the following 16 years and gained her first stage performances. At the age of six she began to attend an elementary school in Hamburg, where she had her d... Show more »
Sybille was born in January 1979 on the German-French border of Neunkirchen / Saar. At the age of three she was enrolled at the Royal Academy of Dancing in Munich, where she trained in Ballet for the following 16 years and gained her first stage performances. At the age of six she began to attend an elementary school in Hamburg, where she had her debut catwalk show for Oillily - her family at this point living between two homes, one in the North and one in the South of Germany. During this time she also belonged to her school theatre group, performing in between her Ballet exams.Sybille began her professional modeling career aged seventeen, with a campaign for Gai Mattiolo. In the years to follow she lived between Paris, New York, Milan and London, and traveled globally modeling for designers such as; Stella McCartney, Zac Posen, Jil Sander, Renzo Rossi (Diesel); and for photographers such as; Rankin, Mario Testino and Stuart Shining.Having been cast in a variety of television Commercials internationally, such as in the recent futuristic 'Spec-Savers' ad, she moved into film acting in 2003 when she was cast in the pilot-movie for the film Joy Division. She went onto co-star in the feature film production which was produced 2 years later. In 2001, Sybille trained at the central school of Speech and Drama in London (Shakespeare and contemporary). She then went onto study the Meissner technique and was at this time voiced coached by Julia Wilson Dickenson.Sybille is also qualified in the Wing-Chung martial art. In addition, her personal interests have lead her to enrol at the College of Natural Nutrition at Regents College, London, where she studied wholistic healing based upon Chinese practices. In 2006 she was awarded with an international certificate allowing her to teach Yoga - as she had passed the Silvananda Teacher Training course, since beginning Yoga classes herself back in 2000. Show less «