|Estimated value:||€2 million|
|Country of origin:||Germany|
|Source of Wealth:||singer|
Ina Müller is an outstanding singer, moderator, entertainer, author and cabaret artist, without whom Germany would be unimaginable. Either alone or together with her partner Johannes Oerding, who is 16 years her junior, she inspires people at her shows. As a northerner, she likes to speak Low German. With her sense of humor and her loose tongue, she has been delighting her audience for years.
Ina Müller was born on July 25, 1965 in Köhlen, a small village in Lower Saxony, as the fourth child of a farming family. She grew up with her four sisters on the family farm in the countryside. The Low German language was put into her cradle. She was drawn to the city from an early age. Ina Müller trained as a pharmaceutical technical assistant and then worked in pharmacies in Bremen, on Sylt and in Munich. At that time, she only pursued her true passion in the evening: music!
Ina Müller’s career began as a cabaret artist together with Edda Schnittgard, with whom she founded the duo Queen Bee in 1994. Even then she told the stories about her songs, which inspired her audience. In December 2005, the duo broke up on the grounds that “you should stop when it’s most beautiful”.
Since 2002 she has been working on her own projects that focus on the Low German language. Ina Müller also wrote her own songs and books at this time.
In 2004 she had a guest appearance in the ARD series “Großstadtrevier” and thus stood in front of the camera for the first time. The artist started her second program “Ina Müller reads and sings op Platt” in early 2006. At the same time she presented “Inas Norden” from 2005 to 2008.
In autumn 2006 she went on tour with her band. With lyrics like “female, single, 40” and “rather orange house than no profile” she conquered the stages.
With the format “City, Country, Ina!” she was shown on NDR in 2009, where she reported on Northern Germany in her own way and with a lot of humor. She appeared in numerous shows and won EUR 125,000 for the RTL fundraising marathon on the TV show “Wer wird Millionär”. The proof: She may be blonde, but she’s definitely got something on the box! Since then she has appeared in many shows.
She released her last musical highlight in 2017 under the name “I am die”. The lyrics are very personal and vocally unmistakable. She has been a presenter in the travel documentary “Inas Reisen” since 2018.
She transitioned from a simple life in the country to an exciting and diverse life in the public sphere. With her open nature and her Low German language, she entertains her audience at a wide variety of shows. Her unique voice is her calling card.
For her show “Inas Nacht”, which she has presented since 2007, she received the German Television Award, the German Comedy Award and in 2010 the Grimme Award.
On January 12, 2011, Ina Müller was awarded honorary citizenship by her place of birth, Köhlen. That same year and the following year, she hosted the Echo Awards. After being nominated five times for the Echo, she received two Echos on March 22, 2012.
For her album “48” Ina Müller received an Echo as the best national pop/rock artist in 2014 and received a platinum award for her CD in 2015. She was honored with her fourth echo in the category “Artist Rock/Pop National” on April 6th, 2017.
In 2018, Ina Müller received the Paul-Lincke-Ring, which is awarded to musicians who have made a name for themselves in German-speaking popular music.
She has received numerous gold records for her CDs and was recently awarded the German television prize for her show “Inas Nacht” in the category “Best Entertainment Late Night” in 2019.
“What shall we do with the drunken sailor”. This line is part of her late night show “Inas Nacht” together with the shanty choir.
The artist said goodbye to the Olympic station in Munich with the words: “Speak what is true, drink what is clear, eat what is cooked and fuck what is there!” She also brings this mantra to her stage program and gets a lot of laughter and huge applause for it.
Rough statements and topics such as getting older or orange peel skin are not a problem for them. With humor she took the following request before her show: “Before the concert I was asked if I needed a railing for the stage. I wonder if you ask Helene Fischer something like that.”
Ina Müller is a powerful woman who always has a smile on her face and a casual saying on her lips. It is all the more astonishing that she suffered from panic attacks for years, also on stage. Her audience didn’t know about her problems for a long time. According to her, the attacks became fewer and fewer the older she got. To get this problem under control, she undertook behavioral therapy.
|Estimated value:||€2 million|