Xenia Seeberg was born in the small town of Geldern, Germany, and was educated in Dusseldorf, Milan, and at the Lee Strasberg School in New York and Los Angeles. She also studied with Joan Costopoulos - The Actor's Studio, in New York, and with Agnes Pollner, Cologne. A woman of many talents, Xenia Seeberg is a classically trained dancer, has worked as a model and a singer - with a record deal with EMI-Cologne DL, but her most prolific work has been in film and television.
She has starred in several American/German co-productions, including Hilda Humphrey, directed by Nick Lyon, and Talking Feet, directed by Jean Marie Van Blome. Xenia Seeberg has also assumed the role of television show host with Cult, (95-96) and POP Rocky TV (96.) She had the leading role of "Angie Wilhelm" in Geliebte Schwestern and can now be seen by worldwide television audiences starring in the lead role of "Xev" in the science fiction series LEXX.