German actresses who were born in 1945

Here are 10 famous actresses from Germany were born in 1945:

Christine Kaufmann

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

Kaufmann began her acting career at the young age of 7, starring in the film "The White Horse Inn" in 1952. She went on to star in numerous German and international films, including "Town Without Pity" (1961), for which she received a Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer. In addition to her acting career, Kaufmann also wrote several books, including an autobiography and a book on beauty and fitness. She was also a successful businesswoman, launching her own line of cosmetics and opening a beauty salon in Berlin. Kaufmann was married twice, first to fashion designer Christian Dior and later to TV producer and director Achim Lenz. She passed away in March 2017 at the age of 72.

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Marianne Sägebrecht

Marianne Sägebrecht (August 27, 1945 Starnberg-) also known as Marianne Sagebrecht, Barbara Hermani, Marianne Saegebrecht, Marianne Segebrecht, The mother of Munich's sub-culture or The Marlene Dietrich of Bavaria is a German actor and cabaret artist. She has one child, Daniela Sägebrecht-Gmata.

Sägebrecht first rose to international fame for her role in the film "Out of Africa" (1985) directed by Sydney Pollack. She also starred in other successful films such as "Bagdad Café" (1987), "Rosalie Goes Shopping" (1989), and Pedro Almodóvar's "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!" (1990). In addition to her acting career, Sägebrecht is also a successful cabaret performer and has appeared in numerous stage productions, including "A Night Full of Rainbows" and "Cabaret Schwarzblond". She has won several awards for her work, including the Bavarian Film Award and the German Cabaret Award. Despite her success, Sägebrecht has remained committed to her hometown of Munich and is known for her support of local cultural organizations.

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Evelyn Opela

Evelyn Opela (February 4, 1945 Varnsdorf-) is a German actor.

Evelyn Opela made a name for herself in the German theater scene, particularly in Berlin, where she played lead roles in numerous productions. She is also known for her work in film and television, with appearances in popular German TV shows such as "Tatort" and "Polizeiinspektion 1." In addition to her acting career, Opela is also a writer and has published several books. She has received numerous awards for her contributions to German culture, including the Order of Merit of Berlin.

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Christiane Krüger

Christiane Krüger (September 8, 1945 Hamburg-) otherwise known as Christiane Kruger or Kristina Krieger is a German actor. Her child is called Tim Kruger Bockelmann.

Krüger began her acting career in the 1960s, appearing in both German and international films. She is known for her roles in the films "Drei Männer im Schnee" (Three Men in the Snow), "Tatort" (Crime Scene) and "Bella Block". Krüger has also appeared in several TV shows, including "Tatort" and "Die Schwarzwaldklinik". In addition to her acting career, Krüger has also worked as a voice-over artist, providing German dubbing for a number of foreign films and TV series. She continues to act, with her most recent role being in the 2019 film "Gipsy Queen".

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Lisa Kreuzer

Lisa Kreuzer (December 2, 1945 Hof-) a.k.a. Elisabeth Kreuzer is a German actor and voice actor.

She began her acting career in the 1960s and has appeared in numerous German television shows and films throughout the years. Kreuzer is known for her work with German director Wim Wenders, with whom she collaborated on several films including "Alice in the Cities" and "The American Friend." In addition to her acting work, Kreuzer is also an accomplished voice actor and has lent her voice to various characters in German language dubs of popular films and TV shows. She has been recognized for her contributions to German cinema with several awards, including the Berlinale Camera award.

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Marta Kristen

Marta Kristen (February 26, 1945 Oslo-) also known as Birgit Annalisa Rusanen or Martha Kristen is a German actor.

Marta Kristen was actually born in Oslo, Norway, and raised in Finland. She later moved to the United States with her family when she was a teenager. Kristen began her career as a child actor in Finland, but it wasn't until she moved to the US that she gained recognition for her roles in television and film. She is perhaps best known for her role as Judy Robinson in the classic television series "Lost in Space" from 1965-1968. She continued to act in film and television throughout the 1970s and 1980s, and also made appearances in various stage productions. In addition to her acting career, Kristen is also an accomplished author, having published a memoir in 2013 titled "Lost (and Found) in Space."

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Domenica Niehoff

Domenica Niehoff (August 3, 1945 Cologne-February 12, 2009 Hamburg) also known as Domenica, Dominatrix or Domenica Anita Niehoff was a German actor and prostitute.

She gained notoriety in the 1970s for her role in the film "Bordel SS" and for publicly discussing her experiences in the sex industry. Niehoff was a prominent advocate for sex workers' rights and argued that prostitution should be decriminalized. She was also involved in leftist and feminist political movements and founded a self-help group for sex workers. Later in life, Niehoff struggled with drug addiction and homelessness, but continued to speak out in support of marginalized communities. She died of heart failure in 2009. Niehoff's life and activism inspired a documentary film, "Domenica", which was released in 2019.

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Renate Krößner

Renate Krößner (May 17, 1945 Osterode am Harz-) is a German actor.

She first gained international recognition for her role as Barbara in the 1980 East German film "Solo Sunny." Throughout her career, Krößner has appeared in over 70 films and television shows, including "The Legend of Paul and Paula," "Coming Out," and "Good Bye Lenin!" She has received several awards for her performances, including the Berlinale Camera at the Berlin International Film Festival and the National Prize of East Germany. Outside of acting, Krößner has also worked as a singer and stage performer.

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Luba Goy

Luba Goy (November 8, 1945 Haltern-) also known as Royal Canadian Air Farce, The Royal Canadian Air Farce, Air Farce or Люба Ґой is a German actor, voice actor, screenwriter and comedian.

Luba Goy was born in Haltern, Germany in 1945 and immigrated to Canada with her family at a young age. She began her career in the entertainment industry in the 1970s, gaining recognition as a member of the comedy troupe The Second City. Goy later became a regular cast member of the popular Canadian sketch comedy series The Royal Canadian Air Farce, where she showcased her exceptional talent as an actress, writer, and impressionist.

Throughout her career, Goy has made numerous appearances on Canadian television and film, including roles in the popular TV series "Little Mosque on the Prairie" and "Corner Gas". She has also lent her voice to a variety of animated projects, including "The Care Bears Movie" and "The Raccoons".

Beyond her work in entertainment, Goy has been recognized for her outstanding contributions to Canadian arts and culture, receiving the Order of Canada in 2003 and the Governor General's Performing Arts Award in 2017. She continues to inspire and entertain audiences with her wit, versatility, and infectious humor.

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Jenny Hu

Jenny Hu (November 17, 1945 Kaiping-) also known as Yanni Hu, Jen-ni Hu, Jenny Woo or Yen Ni Hu is a German actor. She has two children, Terence Yin and Christopher Yin.

Jenny Hu was born in Kaiping, Guangdong, China and grew up in Hong Kong. She began her acting career in the late 1960s, starring in a number of Hong Kong films such as "Colourful Youth" and "Love in Hawaii". In the 1970s, she moved to Germany where she continued to act in films such as "The Invisible Collection" and "The Adventures of Picasso". She later also acted in a number of TV shows and series, including "Tatort" and "Der Alte". In addition to her acting career, Hu was also a successful businesswoman, running her own fashion company called "Jenny Hu Mode". She retired from acting in 1992 and currently resides in Germany.

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