Vera Flück, born 1994 in Bern, is a graduate of the Otto Falckenberg School in Munich. During her studies, she appeared as a guest at the Münchner Kammerspiele, including in the productions 'Klein Zaches mein Zinnober' (director: Wiebke Puls), 'Das Pulverfass' and 'Der Bus' (director: Katharina Bianca Mayrhofer).
From 2017 to 2019 she was at the Schauspielhaus Zürich, first as a guest and then as a permanent ensemble member. There she appeared in productions such as 'Sweat-shop - Deadly Fashion' (director: Sebastian Nübling) and 'Hundeherz' (director: Alvis Hermanis), 'Der satanarchäolügenialkohöllische Wunschpunsch' (director: Christina Rast), 'Versetzung' (director: Clara Dobbertin) and 'Der Reisende' (director: Marnon Pfrunder). In the 19/20 season she was a guest at Schauspiel Köln and worked with Stefan Bachmann, as well as Pınar Karabulut.
In addition to her theatre work, Vera Flück is also repeatedly active in film and television. For example, in the feature films 'Bruno Manser - Die Stimme des Regenwaldes' (director: Niklaus Hilber), 'Alles ist Gut' (director: Eva Trobisch), 'Moskau Einfach' as well as in the series 'Seitentriebe' (director: Güzin Kar) and 'Der Bestatter' (director: Thies Lüscher). She also plays the character Alva in previous episodes of the Swiss radio Tatort. She has been a permanent member of Theater Basel since the 20/21 season. Vera Flück is a promotional award winner and double winner of the Migros Culture Percentage study prize.