Speaker Anna Momber

From comedienne to impact speaker

Anna Momber with glasses, cropped

Acting & storytelling

Because scenic thinking explains & operates biological and psychological processes

Both when I’m on stage as a speaker and when I’m in front of participants as a trainer in seminars or retreats, I can draw on a huge arsenal of methods and techniques, all of which I was able to learn in my previous professions.

My role as a performance coach, communication coach and presentation trainer gives me daily opportunities to test how acting techniques not only enhance presence and performance, but are also a valuable tool for emotional self-regulation.

In my speaker coaching and presentation training, I combine my passion for design and my expertise in performance, storytelling and emotional self-regulation to help my clients maximize their impact, both on stage and in their professional lives.

Anna Momber points to her head

Every conversation is your stage and every performance is a change process

Start now to bring about the change you want to create!

Behind the scenes of success

How I became a speaker and performance coach

It all started right after reunification with my first acting engagement in a provincial town in East Germany. From there, I was drawn into the wild comedy scene of the 90s in Cologne. The highlight for me was certainly the title role in a sitcom about the first red-green government.

That really was a special experience with TV entertainment. I was finally able to try my hand at comedy, while at the same time gaining event experience and being confronted with crisis PR for the first time. Because what a shock to see my face in a photo one morning and my name in a sentence with the word TV scandal on the cover of the Berlin BZ. From then on, this TV scandal gave me a lot of direct experience with the press and, something I’m a bit proud of, even a cover of Zeit magazine.

A crazy experience that I can understand much better in hindsight.

My agent should have played a decisive role during this time, but either he didn’t know how or couldn’t make it happen. So, without further ado, I founded my own agency, which meant working intensively on sales and marketing. After all, I wanted to do things differently than my previous agent.

As there were no personal brand concepts at the time, I set out to find out for myself how I could develop a marketing strategy for personalities, because I wanted to “sell” personalities.

Newspaper clippings from the sitcom "How was I Doris?" with Anna Momber

In Los Angeles, I finally came across Sam Christensen’s fascinating method for understanding and putting into words the first impression you make on others. This method provided a great basis for developing marketing concepts for personalities.

Suddenly I was a speaker and performance coach

At that time, people from other sectors also discovered that it is helpful to engage in self-marketing and more and more clients from industry and business became aware of me.

So one day I was no longer an actress and agent, but a coach and speaker. My experience in the entertainment industry, my expertise in self-marketing and my understanding of psychological and social processes are the basis on which my acting and storytelling skills enable me to help you communicate your message in a convincing way.

Presentations are conversations – and every conversation is your stage!

Hard facts

  • Acting training 1989 to 1994
  • Coaching trainings 2011-2018
  • first day of shooting ever 1982
  • Children’s radio plays in which I have spoken: 23
  • last day of shooting so far 2006
  • first own keynote 2006
  • Keynotes that I have accompanied, so far (estimated) 89
  • Presentations, pitches and masterclasses that I have accompanied so far – no idea, there are too many …
Anna Momber Performance Coach

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Your performance decides

Unique and effective performances!

Presentations, talks, pitches and every lecture have one thing in common: they are always about change projects. You always want to move others, to change something. With my help you will become an artist of persuasion. Because every conversation is a stage – you can’t not act, so do it consciously and on purpose!

Fun facts about Anna Momber

Humor is connection

For me, humor is a powerful source of connection between people. John Vorhaus, the Australian comedian, sums it up aptly when he says: “Comedy is truth and pain.” Humor is only funny if it is true/authentic for us as recipients and at the same time the content of the joke must be painful for someone.

Comedy reveals itself as a subtle form of communication. When we laugh, we recognize ourselves and others, especially in our shortcomings, and a special connection is created in this moment. These two elements, humor and connection, prove to be extremely helpful when it comes to getting your message across to others in a powerful way.

Humor strengthens attention

Who looks at their cell phone when they are being entertained?

Humor opens hearts

Who can think of any counter-arguments when you’ve just had a good laugh together?

Humor creates connection

we are much more likely to remember the stories that made us laugh out loud

Anna Momber points to her laptop.

An example from my life: At the time, I didn’t understand why the PR man at RTL kept suggesting that I needed my own PR support.

Today I know that his job was crisis PR, to pull the cart out of the mud, and mine would have been to stoke the scandal fire.

I was young then and today I am a coach (and show my clients how to do it really well)!

A look into the past: old clips from the comedy era!

A short compilation of some productions from my time as an actress.

Anna Momber on the phone


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