|Born||July 7, 1984
Dresden, East Germany
Stumph was born as the daughter of Wolfgang and Christine Stumph on 7 July 1984. Since her childhood, she was active in multiple choirs and danced ballet. She also completed several professional dancing classes where she learned standard and Latin dances. In 1996 she started taking piano and violin lessons. In 1998 she successfully applied at the acting school in Leipzig but decided to concentrate on school instead. After her Abitur in 2003, she studied at the Leipzig Felix Mendelssohn College of Music and Theatre from 2003 to 2007. Stumph is fluent in English, French, Russian and Italian.
Since 1995, Stumph has a role in the ZDF police investigation series Stubbe - Von Fall zu Fall playing Christiane Stubbe, the daughter of (her father) Wolfgang Stumph's character. In 2001 she played the daughter of Götz George's character in Liebe ist die halbe Miete and in 2003 and 2004 she starred alongside Katharina Thalbach, Katja Riemann and her father in the two-part film Der Job seines Lebens. In 2005 she starred in the Rosamunde Pilcher film adaptation The Shell Seekers. In 2008 she starred alongside her father in 30 Tage Angst, a hostage thriller. In 2009, she had a major role in the ARD film Väter werden ist nicht schwer alongside Fritz Wepper and Francis Fulton-Smith. Also in 2009, the ZDF produced Stumph's first own series called Die Bergwacht.
Before studying, Stumph had her first theater role in 2000–2001 playing Carmencita in the play Das Haus in Montevideo at the Kleine Komödie in Dresden. During her studies she was with the Staatsschauspiel Dresden which she currently has a guest contract with.