Nata Murvanidze, born in Tbilisi in 1970, studied at the State Shota Rustaveli Film & Theater Institute from 1987 to 1992 under the direction of Shota Gatserelias and has since appeared in numerous film and theater productions. She acted in almost all theaters of the capital and collaborated with many well-known directors of Georgia, such as Robert Sturua, Temur Chkaidze, David Doiashvili & Levan Tsuladze and created some notable roles, among others in Jean Annouhi's "Antigone," for which she received the award as the best Actress received Oscar Wilde's "Salome" or Rosaura in Caledron's "Life is a Dream." She became known to a wide audience in 1993 with the film "Lullaby" directed by Nana Janelidze. Since then she has acted in numerous films with Zaza Urushadze and Inneke Smit, among others, and has received various awards. Most recently 2017 and 2018 Tiantian Award and ASIA PACIFIC SCREEN AWARD for Best Actress for the film “Scary Mother” directed by Ana Urushadze. Since 2003 she has been a permanent member of the ensemble at the Marjanishvili Theater and the Royal District Theater. WARUM DAS KIND IN DER POLENTA KOCHT is her third collaboration with Nino Haratischwili after the production "Herbst der Untertanen" in 2021 at the RDT and there "Phädra in Flammen" in 2022.