German actresses who deceased in 1992

Here are 4 famous actresses from Germany died in 1992:

Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich (December 27, 1901 Schöneberg-May 6, 1992 Paris) also known as Marie Magdalene Dietrich, Maria Magdalena Dietrich, Maria Magdalene Sieber, marlene_dietrich, Dietrich, Marlene, Marlena Dietrichová, Lena, Lene, Lili Marlene, Marlena, Marie Magdalene "Marlene" Dietrich, Marlene or Marie Magdelene Dietrich von Losch was a German singer, actor and violinist. Her child is called Maria Riva.

Marlene Dietrich was a popular Hollywood actress who starred in numerous successful films throughout the 1930s and 40s. She was known for her stunning looks, sultry voice, and signature androgynous style. She was considered one of the most glamorous and iconic actresses of her time, and was even nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in the 1930 film "Morocco."

Dietrich was also a celebrated singer, and recorded several albums throughout her career. She became particularly famous for her rendition of the song "Lili Marlene," which became a hit in both Germany and the Allied Forces during World War II.

Throughout her life, Dietrich was known for her outspoken political views and her support of humanitarian causes. She was an early critic of Adolf Hitler and Nazism, and performed for Allied troops during World War II. Later in life, she became involved with organizations that supported gay rights, and was a vocal advocate for AIDS awareness and research.

Despite her success and fame, Dietrich had a reputation for being notoriously difficult to work with, and was known to hold grudges against those who crossed her. Nevertheless, her talent and striking persona made her a beloved figure in Hollywood and beyond, and she remains an enduring icon of 20th century popular culture.

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Hilde Wagener

Hilde Wagener (September 26, 1904 Hanover-December 26, 1992 Baden bei Wien) also known as Brunhilde Karoline Katherine Wagener was a German actor.

She began her acting career in 1923 at the Munich Kammerspiele and later joined the Berlin State Opera. Wagener's performance in Max Ophüls' film "Liebelei" (1933) brought her critical acclaim and led to many other film roles. She continued to act in films throughout the 1940s, including in the propaganda film "Kolberg" (1945). After World War II, Wagener moved to Austria and continued her acting career, including performances in theater and film. She was awarded the Austrian Cross of Honor for Science and Art in 1973 for her contributions to Austrian culture.

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Karin Hardt

Karin Hardt (April 28, 1910 Altona, Hamburg-March 5, 1992 Berlin) a.k.a. Karin Therese Meta Hardt or Karin Hardt Meta Therese was a German actor.

She began her acting career in the 1930s and appeared in over 60 films throughout her career, becoming one of Germany's most popular actresses during the 1950s and 1960s. Hardt was known for her talent in portraying both dramatic and comedic roles. She worked with several prominent directors such as Alfred Hitchcock and Roberto Rossellini. Hardt’s most famous works include the films “Nacht fiel über Gotenhafen” (1960), “Toxi” (1952) and “Der Apfel ist ab” (1948). In addition to her onscreen work, she also acted on stage, radio dramas, and television. Hardt retired from acting in the 1970s, but remained active in the film industry through her work as a dubbing artist. She passed away in 1992 at the age of 81.

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Margit Symo

Margit Symo (September 13, 1913 Budapest-October 6, 1992 Munich) also known as Margarita Simó was a German actor and dancer. She had one child, Eva Mattes.

Symo began her career in 1936 as a dancer at the Berlin State Opera. She then transitioned to acting and appeared in over 60 films throughout her career. Her breakthrough role came in the 1943 film "Leuchtende Schatten" where she played the lead role. Symo was also known for her work in post-World War II German cinema, including her role in the 1950 film "Die Tat des Anderen", which won her critical acclaim. In addition to her film work, Symo also appeared in several stage productions in Germany and Austria. She was awarded the Bavarian Film Award for "Lifetime Achievement" in 1991, shortly before her death in 1992.

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