Austrian movie stars born in 1945

Here are 6 famous actresses from Austria were born in 1945:

Maria Rohm

Maria Rohm (August 13, 1945 Vienna-) also known as Maria Rohn, Maria Khon, Helga Grohmann, María Rohm or Helga is an Austrian actor, film producer and stunt double.

She is best known for her roles in the James Bond film "The Spy Who Loved Me" and the Italian giallo film "Five Dolls for an August Moon". Rohm also appeared in several other Euro cult films throughout the 1960s and 1970s. In addition to her acting work, she also served as executive producer on several films, including "The Bloody Judge" and "99 Women". Rohm was also a successful stunt double, working on films such as "Extase" and "The Story of O". She currently lives in South Africa and remains active in the film industry, working as a producer and occasional actor.

Christine Kaufmann

Christine Kaufmann (January 11, 1945 Lengdorf-) a.k.a. Christine Kaufman, Cristina Kaufmann or Christine Maria Kaufmann is an Austrian actor, businessperson and writer. She has two children, Alexandra Curtis and Allegra Curtis.

Kaufmann became famous as an actress in Germany during the 1950s and 1960s. She appeared in over thirty films throughout her career, including "Town Without Pity" and "Escape from East Berlin". Her talent and beauty won her the Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year in 1961. Following her acting career, Kaufmann worked in the beauty industry, launching her own line of cosmetics which saw great success. She also wrote several books, both fiction and non-fiction. Kaufmann was also committed to philanthropy, supporting various causes including AIDS research and children's charities. She passed away on March 28, 2017, at the age of 72 after battling leukemia.

Kristina Walter

Kristina Walter (April 18, 1945 Vienna-) is an Austrian actor.

She is best known for her work in Austrian theatre, film, and television. Walter began her acting career in the 1960s, appearing in various stage productions before transitioning to film and television in the 1970s. Throughout her career, she has received numerous accolades for her performances, including the Golden Romy Award for Best Actress.

Aside from acting, Walter has also worked as a writer and director, and has published several novels and screenplays. She is known for her activism and philanthropy, particularly in the areas of animal rights and the environment. Throughout her life, Walter has been vocal about her support for various charitable organizations and causes, and has been recognized for her contributions with multiple humanitarian awards.

Walter continues to act and write, and is considered a prominent figure in the Austrian arts community.

Maresa Hörbiger

Maresa Hörbiger (January 29, 1945 Seefeld-) is an Austrian actor and journalist. She has one child, Manuel Witting.

Maresa Hörbiger was born into one of Austria's most prominent acting families. Both her parents, Paul Hörbiger and Josepha Hapl, were actors, and her siblings, Christiane Hörbiger and Paul Hörbiger Jr., also pursued acting careers. Maresa made her acting debut in 1964 and quickly made a name for herself in the Austrian theater scene. She later transitioned to film and television and starred in a number of notable Austrian productions, including the hit TV series "Ein Schloss am Wörthersee".

In addition to her successful acting career, Maresa Hörbiger is also a trained journalist and has worked as a television presenter and reporter. She has covered a wide range of topics, from politics to culture, and has interviewed many prominent figures, including Helmut Kohl and Karl Lagerfeld.

Maresa Hörbiger has also been involved in various charitable organizations throughout her career. She is a patron of the Austrian Red Cross and has supported a number of social and cultural initiatives in her home country.

Marianne Mendt

Marianne Mendt (September 29, 1945 Vienna-) a.k.a. Mendt, Marianne or Marianne Krupicka is an Austrian singer and actor.

She began her career in the 1960s as a folk and jazz singer before transitioning to pop and rock in the 1970s. Mendt has released several albums throughout her career, with her most popular songs including "Wie a Glock'n", "I liag' amoi", and "G'schichten aus dem Wienerwald".

In addition to her successful music career, Mendt has also acted in films and television shows. She appeared in the film "Exit... nur keine Panik" and the television series "Kommissar Rex".

Mendt is recognized as an important figure in Austrian music and has received numerous awards for her contributions to the industry. She was awarded the Gold Decoration of the City of Vienna in 2013 for her lifetime achievements in music.

Johana Tesarová

Johana Tesarová (September 13, 1945 Klagenfurt-) a.k.a. Johanna Tesarová-Dvoráková or Johanna Tesarová is an Austrian actor.

She was born in Klagenfurt, Austria, to Czech parents who were expatriates. Tesarová began her acting career at a young age, starting in the theater, before moving on to film and television. In the early 1970s, she gained international attention for her starring role in the film "Sinful Davey."

Since then, Tesarová has appeared in numerous films, television shows, and stage productions, both in Austria and abroad. She is known for her versatility and range as an actress, having played a wide variety of roles over the course of her career. Tesarová has also received critical acclaim for her work as a director, having directed several productions for the stage.

Throughout her career, Tesarová has been recognized with numerous awards and honors. She has also been active in social and political causes, using her platform to advocate for issues like women's rights and environmentalism. Today, Tesarová continues to work as an actor and director, and remains a highly respected figure in the world of Austrian entertainment.

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