German actresses who were born in 1937

Here are 6 famous actresses from Germany were born in 1937:

Helke Sander

Helke Sander (January 31, 1937 Berlin-) also known as Helke Erika Elisabeth Sander is a German writer, film director, screenwriter, actor, film producer, author, television director and television producer.

She is best known for her contributions to the feminist movement in Germany and her films that explore social and political issues. Sander began her career as a film editor before transitioning to directing and producing her own films. Her films often dealt with topics such as women's issues, the working class, and the political climate of Germany. In 1971, she co-founded the first women's film distribution company, Frauen und Film, which helped to bring attention to female filmmakers and their work. Sander has received numerous awards and recognitions for her contributions to cinema and feminism, including the Federal Cross of Merit in 2019.

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Alexandra Kluge

Alexandra Kluge (April 2, 1937 Halberstadt-) is a German actor, physician, screenwriter and narrator.

She was born in Halberstadt, Germany in 1937. Kluge studied medicine in the 1950s but eventually got involved in the film industry in the 1960s. She appeared in several films as an actress, including "Yesterday Girl" and "The Artist in the Circus Dome: Clueless". In addition to her acting work, Kluge also wrote screenplays for films such as "The Strawberries are Fine" and "The Female Voices of the Poets". She is also known for her work as a narrator, particularly for her contributions to the German dubbing of the nature documentary series "Planet Earth". In her later years, Kluge returned to her medical roots and became a practicing physician once again.

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Witta Pohl

Witta Pohl (November 1, 1937 Königsberg-April 4, 2011 Hamburg) otherwise known as Witta Breipohl was a German actor. Her children are called Stefanie Brauer and Florian Brauer.

During her career, Pohl became a well-known television actor and starred in various television shows and films. She made her debut on television with a role in the series "Stahlnetz" in 1964. Pohl then went on to act in popular German TV shows such as "Tatort", "Der Alte", and "Polizeiinspektion 1".

Apart from her TV appearances, Pohl was also active in the theater scene. She worked with well-known theater companies like the Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg and the Berliner Ensemble. Pohl had a passion for acting and she continued to work in the industry until her last days.

Pohl's contribution to German television and theater was recognized with numerous awards, including the Filmband in Gold trophy and the Bambi award. Her legacy continues to inspire aspiring actors and theater performers.

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Annekathrin Bürger

Annekathrin Bürger (April 3, 1937 Berlin-) also known as Annekathrin Rammelt is a German actor.

Annekathrin Bürger began her acting career in the 1950s in East Germany, appearing in a number of films and television shows. She gained widespread recognition for her leading role in the 1968 film "Gods of Pest" and later starred in the popular East German TV series "The Old Fox" in the 1980s. In addition to her acting work, Bürger has also worked as a voice actor and has done extensive dubbing work for foreign films and television shows. She received numerous awards for her contributions to the film industry in East Germany and was awarded the national title of Honored Artist of the German Democratic Republic in 1983. In recent years, Bürger has continued to act in films and television shows and has also worked as a theater director.

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Nicole Heesters

Nicole Heesters (February 14, 1937 Potsdam-) also known as Nicole is a German actor. She has one child, Saskia Fischer.

Nicole Heesters was born in Potsdam, Germany in 1937. She is the daughter of the famous German actor Johannes Heesters and his wife, the actress Karin Heesters. She grew up in Austria and Switzerland, and began her acting career in the 1950s, appearing in a number of German and Austrian films.

Over the course of her career, Nicole has appeared in more than 200 films, TV shows, and stage productions. Some of her most famous roles include Marlene in the 1982 film "Die Sehnsucht der Veronika Voss," Frau Stirnima in the 2009 film "The White Ribbon," and Dr. Anna-Lena Danz in the TV series "In aller Freundschaft."

In addition to her acting work, Nicole has also served as a voice actor, lending her voice to a number of German-language dubs of foreign films and TV shows.

Nicole has one child, Saskia Fischer, who is also an actor.

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Eva Christian

Eva Christian (May 27, 1937 Berlin-) also known as Evelyne Gutmann or Eva Cristian is a German actor.

Eva Christian began her career in the German entertainment industry in the 1950s as a singer and dancer. She later transitioned to acting and went on to star in numerous German films and TV shows throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Some of her most notable performances were in the films "Jacqueline," "Mister Brown," and "The Phone Rings Every Night." In addition to her acting career, Eva Christian also had success as a writer, publishing several books including "Ich bin eine Frau aus der französischen Provinz" (I am a Woman from the French Province) and "Zitronen im Whisky" (Lemons in Whiskey). She currently resides in Berlin and has retired from the entertainment industry.

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