Hansi Hinterseer is a German singer-songwriter and musician. She was born on May 3, 1982 in Munich, Bavaria to a musical family. Her father is a music producer and her mother is a pianist. In the early 2000s, she began writing songs for other artists, including “Ich bin ich” by Stefanie Heinzmann
Hansi Hinterseer, an Austrian downhill skiing champion, went on to have successful careers as a singer and actor. He was born on February 2, 1954, in Kitzbühel, Austria, to Ernst Hinterseer, a gold medalist in slalom skiing at the 1960 Winter Olympics. Hansi joined the Austrian Ski Team in 1972, following in his father’s footsteps, and won the Alpine Skiing World Cup in giant slalom the following year, the first of six World Cup wins. Hinterseer won a silver medal at the world championships in St. Moritz in 1974, and he competed in the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck. After retiring from competition in 1981, he began working as a ski commentator for the National Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, and in 1994, he released the album Wenn Man Sich Lieb Hat, the first of a string of hit singles that included Danke für Deine Liebe, Du Bist Alles, and Vater, Dein Wille Geschehe. Hinterseer also pursued an acting career, featuring in telefilms such as Hochwürdens rger mit dem Paradies from 1996 and Da Wo das Glück Beginnt from 2006. Hinterseer’s album Heut Ist Dein Tag topped the Austrian charts for the first time in 2005, and he would do it again the following year with Meine Berge, Meine Heimat. Seven more albums went gold in his native nation, capping off a highly successful career. During this time, he continued to act in a number of films, but his musical achievements took center stage, with his 2013 album Heut Ist Dein Tag hitting number one in both Austria and Germany.