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Date of Birth: 14 January 1965
Place of Birth: Esch/Alzette, Luxembourg
Height: 5' 7" (1.70 m)
DÃ©sirÃ©e Nosbusch (born January 14, 1965) is a television presenter and actress. She was born in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg, and has one Luxembourgish parent and one Italian parent. In the 1980s she lived in Manhattan in New York City, and from the 1990s to 2008 she lived in Los Angeles, California. She is married to Turkish actor Mehmet KurtuluÅ. Previously she was married to Austrian Harald Kloser; the couple has two children.
Nosbusch speaks Luxembourgish, German, French, Italian and English. She has acted in both French-language and German-language films and television productions since her mid teens for example she was a member of the youth drama group of the LycÃ©e Hubert ClÃ©ment of Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg), and in at least one Italian language film. She presented the Eurovision Song Contest 1984 in Luxembourg & hosted a kid's version of Ruck Zuck called "Kinder Ruck Zuck". Nosbusch is also a singer. In 1984 she recorded a duet with Austrian singer Falco entitled "Kann es Liebe sein?".
- List of Eurovision Song Contest presenters
- At the age of 12, she made her debut on Radio Luxembourg (29 July 1977).
- Gave birth to her son Noah-Lennon in 1995 and her daughter Luka-Teresa in 1998. Their father is Harald Kloser.
- Studied at HB Studio New York under Uta Hagen, Herbert Berghof and William Hickey from 1981 to 1984.
- Studied at UCLA-University of Southern California (1998-2000) Pre-Production and production for Film, Feature Film Development and Directing Feature Film. Master Class in Directing Narrative Film
- Attended the Melrose Theatre from 1995 to 1996 and the Candace Silvers Studio from 1999 to 2000.
- Longtime companion of Mehmet Kurtulus since 2004.
- Performed the duet "Kann es Liebe sein?" (Can it be love) with singer Falco (1984).
- Born to an Italian mother and a father from Luxembourg.
- Resides in Los Angeles and Berlin.
- Is fluent in German, English, French, Italian and Luxembourgish.
- After criticizing politician Franz Josef Strauß on a talk-show, she was banned from local Bavarian television station Bayerischer-Rundfunk for one year (1981).