Languages: Swiss German, French (mother tongue), German, English (fluent)
Residence: Berlin, Zurich
Place of birth: Paris
Height: 1.67m (5' 5.7“)
Hair: dark brown
Training: “Giles Foreman Centre for Acting in London” 2013-2015, Atelierschule Zurich 2013
Sports: boxing, canoe, snowboard, swimming
Actors Training: Physical Traning of Yat Malgren
nom. FIRST STEPS AWARD 2017 Götz-George Newcomer Award
won NEW FACES AWARD 'best upcoming actress'
nom. SWISS FILM AWARDS 'best supporting role' in WAR
2018 | Sympathy for the Devil | Monkey Pack Films, Go Films, Nexus Factory | feature film | Director: Guillaume de Fontenay
2017 | Beast | Hesse Film | feature film | Director: Lorenz Merz
2017 | The girl of the hour | Kimotion Pictures, Malao Film | feature film | Director: Gregory Kirchhoff
2017 | Gorillas | Olga Film | feature film | Director: Detlev Buck
2016 | Raw (OT: Grave) | Petit Film | feature film | Director: Julia Ducournau | Cannes Filmfestival, lead
2016 | Tiger Girl | Fogma | Constantin Film | feature film | Director: Jakob Lass | Opening Film Berlinale 'Panorama Special', lead
2016 | Für Dich dreh ich die Zeit zurück | Mona Film | ORF/Degeto | TV movie | Director: Nils Willbrandt
2016 | Die göttliche Ordnung | Zodiac Pictures | feature film | Director: Petra Volpe
2016 | Tatort - "Kleine Prinzen" | Hugofilm | SF, ARD | TV series | Director: Markus Welter
2013 | War (OT: Chrieg) | Hugofilm | feature film | Director: Simon Jaquemet | nom. Swiss Film Awards
2012 | Summer Outside | C-Films | feature film | Director: Friederike Jehn
Ella Rumpf was born in Paris in 1995 and got raised bilingual (German/French) in her hometown Zurich.
In 2011 Ella gave her feature debut in Friederike Jehns SUMMER OUTSIDE. That experience was groundbreaking for Ella and led her to the decision to study acting in London. Before that, she was cast for the role of Ali in Simon Jaquemet’s awarded feature film CHRIEG („War“) and got nominated ‘best supporting actress‘ for the Swiss Film Award. Most recently Ella was starring in the German feature TIGER GIRL by Jakob Lass as well as in GRAVE (France) by Julia Ducournau which premiered at the Festival de Cannes.