Directly after her last appearance, Großstadtträume premiered. . Two and half years later, Frank reappeared on Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten. Katrin's image from a cold businesswoman changed over the years with the character becoming a mother and discovering that nanny Jasmin Nowak is the daughter she gave up for adoption almost twenty years ago.
Please help to establish notability by citing that are of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention. The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia's. Grundy Ufa took an original idea which saw the series set on the Spanish island. Her six-episode stint ended on 8 May 2000. Frank would become more important to the show when it was revealed that she portrayed the first character in a German soap opera. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be , , or.
The show premiered in April 1999 with Ulrike Frank being an original cast member. However her secret was eventually discovered by Felipe who would eventually romance Julia after overcoming some obstacles. The new format was a spin-off from and the role of Tina was an original cast member of the show, previously played by. After negotiations with Keller for a return in the popular role fell through the network decided to recast. The role was on a recurring basis and after appearing on 30 December 2002, Frank left the programme once again on 11 April 2003; finishing filming in late February.
Ulrike Frank first appeared in the role of Tina in Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten on 27 April 2000. This time originating the role of architect and businesswoman Katrin Flemming. However ratings for the spin-off were extremely low and the network canceled the format after seven from 26 ordered episodes. Julia Breuer, Frank's character, choose Majorca to start over and create a life for her as a woman.
However the role was well received by viewers and after the show had to fill the void of a female antagonist, Frank was brought back the following year with reappearing on-screen on 5 April 2004. After almost one year on the year, Mallorca was canceled due to high production costs and ratings that rose too slowly for the network. Frank has since become an important part of the series. . .
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