German actresses who deceased in 2005

Here are 7 famous actresses from Germany died in 2005:

Maria Rowohlt

Maria Rowohlt (June 5, 1910 Bochum-April 11, 2005 Hamburg) a.k.a. Maria Pierenkämper was a German actor. Her child is called Harry Rowohlt.

Maria Rowohlt was born as Maria Pierenkämper in Bochum, Germany on June 5, 1910. She began her career in acting in the late 1920s, and later on became a prominent figure in the German theatre scene. During her long and illustrious career, she acted in a variety of plays, including those by Bertolt Brecht and Carl Zuckmayer.

In addition to her theatre work, Maria Rowohlt also appeared in a number of films and TV shows throughout her career. Some of her notable film credits include "Der große Bellheim" (1993), "Hans im Glück" (1976) and "Verrat ist kein Gesellschaftsspiel" (1959).

Maria Rowohlt's personal life was just as interesting as her professional one. She was married to the journalist and author Hainer Hill for many years, and their son is the well-known German author and translator, Harry Rowohlt.

Maria Rowohlt passed away on April 11, 2005, in Hamburg, Germany, leaving behind a legacy as one of the most talented and respected actors of her generation.

Read more about Maria Rowohlt on Wikipedia »

Brigitte Mira

Brigitte Mira (April 20, 1910 Hamburg-March 8, 2005 Berlin) also known as Biggi was a German actor, cabaret artist and singer. She had two children, Thomas Tabbat and Robert Tabbat.

Brigitte Mira began her career as a cabaret artist and singer in the 1950s, performing in various venues in Germany. She later transitioned to acting and appeared in numerous films and TV shows throughout her career. Some of her notable performances include her role in Fassbinder's film "Fear Eats the Soul" and the TV series "Tatort". Mira was also a recipient of several awards for her contributions to German cinema and theater. Aside from her artistic career, Mira was also known for her activism and involvement in various social issues. She was an advocate for refugee rights and was involved in various organizations that worked towards promoting tolerance and equality.

Read more about Brigitte Mira on Wikipedia »

Ilse Werner

Ilse Werner (July 11, 1921 Jakarta-August 8, 2005 Lübeck) a.k.a. Ilse Charlotte Still was a German actor, singer and voice actor.

Ilse Werner started her career as a radio singer before making her film debut in 1939. She quickly rose to fame playing cheerful, girl-next-door characters in popular films such as "The Great King" (1942) and "Wir machen Musik" (1942). During World War II, she performed for German troops as a member of the entertainment group "Soldatenkonzerte".

After the war, Werner continued her career in music and film. She had a number of successful recordings, including the hit song "Oh, wann kommst du?" which became a chart-topping single in 1963. She also appeared in several international films, such as "The Crooked Sky" (1957) and "The Bridge on the River Kwai" (1957).

In addition to her acting and singing career, Werner also worked as a voice actor, dubbing foreign films into German. She continued to perform on stage and screen until she retired in the 1980s. Ilse Werner passed away in 2005 at the age of 84.

Read more about Ilse Werner on Wikipedia »

Eva Renzi

Eva Renzi (November 3, 1944 Berlin-August 16, 2005 Berlin) a.k.a. Evelyn Renziehausen, Evi Renzi or D' Eva Renzi was a German actor. She had one child, Anouschka Renzi.

Renzi began her acting career in the mid-1960s, appearing in various German films and television shows. She gained international recognition for her role in the acclaimed 1966 film "Funeral in Berlin," opposite Michael Caine. Renzi also appeared in other notable films such as "Topaz," directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and "Dead Pigeon on Beethoven Street," directed by Samuel Fuller. In addition to her acting career, Renzi was also a singer and released several singles in the 1960s. She passed away in 2005 at the age of 60 after a long battle with cancer.

Read more about Eva Renzi on Wikipedia »

Heidi Genée

Heidi Genée (October 22, 1938 Berlin-September 26, 2005 Munich) also known as Heidi Rente or Heidi Genee was a German film director, screenwriter, film editor, television director, film producer, actor and television editor.

Heidi Genée began her career in the film industry in the 1960s as a script girl on various film sets. She later moved on to work as a film editor and eventually moved into directing and producing films. In the early 1970s, she co-founded her own film production company, called Xenon Film.

Throughout her career, Genée worked on a wide range of film and television projects, including both dramatic films and documentaries. Some of her most well-known films include "Der Hauptdarsteller", "Das Land hinter dem Regenbogen" and "Herzbeben". She also directed several television series, including "Tatort" and "Der Bulle von Tölz".

Genée was known for her strong visual style and her ability to capture complex emotions on film. She was highly respected in the German film industry and was awarded several prizes throughout her career, including the Bavarian Film Award and the Adolf Grimme Award.

In addition to her work in film, Genée was also involved in theater and performed on stage in various productions. She passed away in 2005 at the age of 67 in Munich, Germany.

Read more about Heidi Genée on Wikipedia »

Carola Höhn

Carola Höhn (January 30, 1910 Bremerhaven-November 8, 2005 Grünwald) also known as Karoline Minna Höhn or Cora Ölhahn was a German actor. She had one child, Arved-Michael Crüger.

Born in Bremerhaven, Germany, Carola Höhn began her career as an actor in 1930 with a role in the film "Der Mörder Dimitri Karamasoff". She went on to act in more than 70 films in her lifetime, including notable roles in "Münchhausen" (1943), "Hanna Amon" (1951), and "Sissi - The Fateful Years of an Empress" (1957).

Höhn was also an accomplished stage actor, having performed in many productions in Berlin throughout the 1930s and 1940s. She continued to act on stage even in her later years, appearing in productions well into the 1990s.

Despite her successful acting career, Höhn's life was not without its hardships. Her husband, actor Joachim Gottschalk, committed suicide in 1941 along with their six-year-old son. Höhn survived the war and went on to remarry and have a child, but the loss of her first family deeply impacted her.

Carola Höhn passed away in Grünwald, Germany at the age of 95, leaving behind a legacy as one of Germany's most beloved actors.

Read more about Carola Höhn on Wikipedia »

Fee Malten

Fee Malten (December 2, 1911 Berlin-December 31, 2005 Los Angeles) also known as Felicitas Mansch, Felicitas Malten or Faye Wall was a German actor.

She began her career in the German film industry during the 1930s, appearing in several films such as F.P.1 Doesn't Answer (1932) and Kuhle Wampe (1932). However, with the rise of the Nazi party and their control over the film industry, Malten's career was cut short in Germany. She fled to the United States, where she continued her acting career in Hollywood. She appeared in films such as The Phantom of the Opera (1943) and The Strange Woman (1946). Malten also had a successful career as a voice actress, lending her voice to several animated films and TV shows such as The Jetsons and The Flintstones. She was married to the actor and director, Richard L. Bare, until his death in 2015.

Read more about Fee Malten on Wikipedia »

Related articles