Nastassja Kinski is the daughter of actor Klaus Kinski and actress Ruth Brigitte Tocki. She grew up in an artistic environment, surrounded by the world of cinema.
Nastassja Kinski made her film debut at the age of 12 in the German movie "Wrong Move" (1975), directed by Wim Wenders. This marked the beginning of her career in the film industry.
Her role in Roman Polanski's "Tess" in 1979 propelled her onto the international stage. She played the title role of Tess Durbeyfield, for which she received praise for her performance.
Nastassja Kinski collaborated with director Wim Wenders multiple times, notably in "Paris, Texas" (1984) where her performance as Jane Henderson was critically acclaimed.
She starred in "Cat People" (1982), an erotic thriller directed by Paul Schrader, which became one of her most well-known films.
Nastassja Kinski continued her career by participating in international productions. She worked with renowned directors such as Francis Ford Coppola in "One from the Heart" (1982) and Roman Polanski in "The Tenant" (1976).
In addition to her acting career, Nastassja Kinski got involved in humanitarian and charitable projects, showcasing her commitment to social causes.
Throughout her career, Nastassja Kinski was nominated for and won several awards for her performances, highlighting her talent and contribution to cinema.
While her screen presence diminished over the years, Nastassja Kinski continued to appear in film and television projects, leaving her mark on the industry.
Nastassja Kinski remains a significant figure in cinema, admired for her natural beauty, screen presence, and memorable performances across a variety of film genres.