Austrian movie stars born in 1944

Here are 7 famous actresses from Austria were born in 1944:

Monica Bleibtreu

Monica Bleibtreu (May 4, 1944 Vienna-May 13, 2009 Hamburg) a.k.a. Monika Bleibtreu was an Austrian actor, screenwriter and professor. She had one child, Moritz Bleibtreu.

Monica Bleibtreu had a prolific acting career, appearing in over 100 film, TV and stage productions throughout her lifetime. Her notable film credits include "Die Verlorene Ehre der Katharina Blum" (The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum), "Die drei ??? - Das verfluchte Schloss" (The Three Investigators and the Secret of Skeleton Island) and "Mein Führer – Die wirklich wahrste Wahrheit über Adolf Hitler" (My Führer – The Truly Truest Truth About Adolf Hitler).

As a screenwriter, she wrote the screenplay for "Ein Mann von Welt" (A Man of the World), which was directed by her son, Moritz Bleibtreu. Additionally, she was a professor of acting at the University of Hamburg, passing on her knowledge and experience to aspiring actors.

Bleibtreu was recognized for her contributions to the performing arts, winning numerous awards throughout her career, including the Bavarian Film Award, the Honorary Award of the Austrian Film Prize, and the German Film Award.

Susan Denberg

Susan Denberg (August 2, 1944 Klagenfurt-) also known as Dietlinde Zechner is an Austrian actor and model.

Susan Denberg began her career as a model in the mid-1960s and was discovered by Hollywood during a trip to Germany. She appeared in several films in the late 1960s, including "Anzio" (1968) and "Frankenstein Created Woman" (1967). However, she is perhaps best known for her role as Magda in the cult classic "Star Trek" episode "Mudd's Women" (1966). After leaving the entertainment industry in the early 1970s, she returned to Austria where she married and started a family. Denberg has since remained out of the public eye.

Christine Schorn

Christine Schorn (February 1, 1944 Prague-) is an Austrian actor. She has one child, Katarina Felsenstein.

Schorn grew up in East Germany and began her acting career in the 1960s at the Berliner Ensemble after completing her training at the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts. She became a popular television and film actress, starring in more than 80 productions throughout her career.

She is best known for her roles in the East German films Solo Sunny (1980) and The Legend of Paul and Paula (1973), which are widely regarded as classics of East German cinema. She also appeared in several West German productions, including 1980's The Elephant in the Room and 1981's Das Boot.

After the fall of the Berlin Wall, Schorn continued to work in both film and television, often portraying strong and complex female characters. In 1991, she earned critical acclaim for her performance in The Actress, a film about a woman struggling with her past in East Germany.

Schorn has received numerous awards and honors, including the National Prize of East Germany and the Bambi Award, and was named a People's Artist of the German Democratic Republic. She remains a highly respected figure in German film and theater.

Gabriele Jacoby

Gabriele Jacoby (April 13, 1944 Radstadt-) also known as Gabi Jacoby, Gabi Jacpby, Gaby Rökk, Gabriela Angela Jacoby or Gaby Jacoby is an Austrian actor.

She started her career in the late 1960s and went on to appear in numerous films and TV shows. Some of her notable roles include "The Second Shot" (1969), "Der Kommissar" (1970), "Tatort" (1973), and "Ein Schloß am Wörthersee" (1983). In addition to acting, Jacoby also worked as a voice-over artist, dubbing foreign films and TV shows. She was married to German singer and actor Peter Alexander from 1974 until his death in 2011. Jacoby has since retired from acting and now lives a private life.

Elisabeth Trissenaar

Elisabeth Trissenaar (April 13, 1944 Vienna-) is an Austrian actor. She has one child, Benedict Neuenfels.

Elisabeth Trissenaar was born on April 13, 1944 in Vienna, Austria. She began her acting career in the late 1960s, appearing in German-language films and television shows. Trissenaar later gained international recognition for her role in the Oscar-winning film, The Tin Drum (1979).

In addition to her work on screen, Trissenaar has also had a successful stage career, appearing in numerous productions in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. She has worked with some of the most respected theater directors, including Peter Zadek and Claus Peymann.

Trissenaar has received many awards for her acting, including the German Film Award for Best Actress and the Bavarian Film Award for Best Supporting Actress. She has also been recognized for her contributions to Austrian culture, receiving the Honorary Cross of the Order of Merit for Services to the Republic of Austria in 2009.

Trissenaar has one child, Benedict Neuenfels, who is also involved in the arts as a cinematographer and director.

Eva Astor

Eva Astor (March 3, 1944 Graz-) also known as Evi Rosta is an Austrian actor.

She began her acting career in the theater and later transitioned to film and television. Astor has appeared in numerous Austrian and German films such as "Hokuspokus" (1983) and "Tatort" (1991-1999). She has also been recognized for her work in television, receiving the Romy Award for Best Actress in a Television Film in 1993 for her performance in "Vater und Sohn". Aside from acting, Astor has also worked as a voice over artist, lending her voice to the German dub of animated films such as "The Lion King" and "Toy Story".

Christine Schuberth

Christine Schuberth (February 11, 1944 Vienna-) a.k.a. Christine Schubert or C.schuberth is an Austrian actor.

She started her acting career at a young age of 18 and went on to become a well-known figure in the Austrian film industry. Schuberth is known for her versatile acting skills and has been a part of a variety of genres such as drama, comedy, and romance. She has also appeared in many notable German productions throughout her career. Schuberth received critical acclaim for her role in the film "Die Liebesbriefe einer Portugiesischen Nonne" and won the "Brussels International Film Festival Award" for Best Actress in 1978. She has worked with some of the most famous directors and actors throughout her career, and her contribution to the film industry has been significant. Schuberth has also worked in various TV productions, and her performance in the popular TV series "Derrick" was highly appreciated. She retired from acting in 2003 and currently lives in Vienna.

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