Judith discovered her gift for camera work in Spring 2001 when she became one of the European anchors for the financial news channel Bloomberg Global Television. For more than ten years she covered global business and finance through several economic cycles, the events of 9/11 and the breakdown of Lehman with its subsequent global fallout.
After leaving the 24 hour news wheel in October 2011, Judith chose to develop her stage experience as speaker and event facilitator. Eventually, she was called back into the studio as classic model and presenter for commercials. In 2014 she was cast by Lucinda Syson as the “Chancellor’s Wife” for “Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation.
Judith is bilingual in English and German. She also speaks French, Italian, Mandarin Chinese and has basic knowledge Spanish and Russian.
Her English is often described as “European English”. She is trained in RP and can deliver English with German, Nordic, Dutch, Austrian, Bavarian, Italian and French accent.
Judith is available for film and television productions, commercials and voiceovers. Please use the contact form to get in touch.
MATCHCo App – The Makeup Artist in the palm of your hand (released November 2015) > press feedback about Judith’s voice:
Sara Steinfeld at thegloss.com: “Once you download the (free!) app, a woman with a very soothing voice takes you through a tutorial of the scanning process….”
“Ageing Beauties increasingly take centre stage” by Helen Percival, Agence France Press (published 13 August 2015)
“I’m delighted to be featured in this report on beauty without age limits in film and fashion. It clearly hit a nerve and was taken up by many media outlets around the globe. My heartfelt thanks go to Helen Percival who had the idea for the report and did an excellent job in conveying the message. Here’s to being beautiful – no matter what age or gender!
The report made it onto the front page of one of Germany’s biggest newspapers, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung under the title “Trendwende? Über 40 und trotzdem gefragt” (Trend shift? Beyond 40 but still in demand). I’m not sure how the editors missed that I’m actually German and describe me as British – clearly all those years of working hard on my RP vowels have payed off :)!” Judith x
Bloomberg Global Television (2001-2011).
From May 2001 until October 2011, Judith was one of the main European anchors of the financial news channel Bloomberg Global Television. Below are some samples of her work:
Dec. 3, 2010 — Julian Callow, chief European economist at Barclays Capital, and Gilles Moec, senior European economist at Deutsche Bank AG, talk about the European Central Bank’s decision to buy more government bonds and delay its exit from emergency liquidity measures. Judith Bogner moderates on Bloomberg Television’s “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Feb. 12, 2010 — Lillian Too, author and master of feng shui, talks with Bloomberg’s Judith Bogner about her investment strategy for the year of the Tiger. (Source: Bloomberg)
Feb. 10, 2010 — Jonathan Barratt, managing director at Commodity Broking Services Pty, talks with Bloomberg’s Judith Bogner about the outlook for gold prices. Barratt, speaking in Sydney, also discusses BHP Billiton Ltd.’s first-half profit. (Source: Bloomberg)
Jan. 6, 2010 — Greek Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou talks with Bloomberg’s Judith Bogner about efforts to cut the country’s budget deficit. Papaconstantinou, speaking from Athens, also discusses Greece’s bond program and today’s visit by European Union officials to scrutinize the governments tax and spending proposals. (Source: Bloomberg)
Dec. 17, 2009 — Kingsmill Bond, chief strategist at Troika Dialog, talks with Bloomberg’s Judith Bogner about the outlook for the Russian economy and stocks. They speak in London. (Source: Bloomberg)
Dec. 21, 2009 — Roland Jansen, chief executive officer of Mother Earth Investments AG, talks about the outlook for commodity prices. Speaking with Bloomberg’s Judith Bogner from Zurich, Jansen also discusses the impact of speculators on commodity markets. (Source: Bloomberg)
Dec. 22, 2009 — James Shugg, a senior economist at Westpac Banking Corp., talks with Bloomberg’s Judith Bogner about the British economy. U.K. gross domestic product fell 0.2 percent in the third quarter, compared with a previous measurement of a 0.3 percent drop, the Office for National Statistics said today. (Source: Bloomberg)