Inge Maux (born October 2, 1944 in Mettmach, Upper Austria as Ingeborg Christine Wöchtl) is an Austrian actress.
Inge Maux grew up mainly in Upper Austria. Her uncle was the composer Richard Maux (1893-1971), who supported her artistically and convinced her parents that she should be allowed to attend the Vienna Drama School Krauss. She also took his surname as her stage name.
Acting engagements have taken her to the Schauspiel Köln and the Schauspielhaus Zürich and she has also appeared in various musicals, such as Jente in Anatevka at the Zürich Opera House, Theater an der Wien in Chicago and as Maria Wartberg in Ich war noch niemals in New York at the Raimund Theater. Guest performances brought her to the Residenz Theater Munich, to the Ernst Deutsch Theater in Hamburg, to the Theater in der Josefstadt and to the Theater in der Drachengasse.
Maux was a member of the Vienna Volkstheater, where she played the role of Betty Dullfeet in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui in the seasons 2010/11 to 2013/14, in Harvey the role of Veta Louise Simmons, in Mr Puntila and his Man Matti Laina and in Felix Mitterers play Du bleibst bei mir the role of Miss Krottensteiner.
In the summer of 2015 she played the White Queen in Alice in Wonderland at the summer games in Melk, in 2016 she appeared in front of the camera for the ORF Landkrimi Höhenstraße and for an episode of the fifth season of Schnell ermittelt.
In the TV series Braunschlag she played the role of Herta Tschach's mother, in Paradise: Love by Ulrich Seidl she played Teresa's girlfriend, in Jack by Elisabeth Scharang she was seen as Jack's mother. In Der Blunzenkönig she played a leading role alongside Karl Merkatz as Rösli, in the ZDFneo series Blockbustaz she played the role of Hella.
In her second marriage, Inge Maux is married in second marriage to the actor Manfred Schmid (born April 4, 1940), with whom she lives in Artstetten in Lower Austria and organises special evenings with Jewish music. Besides her work as an actress, she also works as a photographer and painter.
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