1992 Sabine wins the prize at the Prix de Lausanne.
In 1994, she completes a dance training at the Schweizerischen Ballettberufsschule SBBS, which is followed by engagements at the Deutsche Oper in Dusseldorf and tours with Carlotta Ikeda's Compagnie Ariadone.
Sabine Timoteo (-Hagenbüchle) is a Swiss actress. For her first feature film starring role in Philip Gröning's L'amour, l'argent, l'amour Sabine Timoteo Award in 2001 as Best Actress with the Swiss Film Prize and the Bronze Leopard at Locarno.
In the television film The Friends of the Friends of Dominik Graf 2002, she played the lead role of Billie.
The production in 2003 was awarded the Adolf Grimme Prize.
Another Swiss Film Prize 2008 she received for her role in the television thriller Side effects.
Sabine Timoteo is a trained cook and lives with her husband and their two children in Bern.