Here are 4 famous actresses from Germany died in 2010:
Ursula Thiess (May 15, 1924 Hamburg-June 19, 2010 Burbank) also known as Ursula Schmidt or Ursula Thieß was a German actor. Her children are called Tessa Taylor, Terrance Taylor, Manuela Thiess and Michael Thiess.
Thiess began her career in Germany and quickly rose to fame in Hollywood during the 1950s. Some of her notable films include "The Iron Glove" (1954), "Jungle Moon Men" (1955), and "The Beast of Hollow Mountain" (1956). She also starred in several television shows such as "The Loretta Young Show" and "Bonanza". Thiess was married to famous American actor and singer Robert Taylor for 23 years until his death in 1969. After retiring from acting in 1960, Thiess devoted her time to philanthropy and supporting various charities. She passed away at the age of 86 in Burbank, California.
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Heidi Kabel (August 27, 1914 Hamburg-June 15, 2010) otherwise known as Kabel, Heidi was a German actor.
She began her career in the 1940s and went on to become a popular comedic actress. Kabel was known for her roles in films such as "Die Försterchristel" and "Große Starparade." She also starred in numerous stage productions, including the Hamburg Kammerspiele and the Ohnsorg Theater. In addition to her acting career, Kabel was also a singer and recorded several albums throughout her life. She remained active in the entertainment industry well into her 90s and was honored with numerous awards for her contributions to German theater and film. Kabel passed away in 2010 at the age of 95.
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Gisela Trowe (September 5, 1922 Dortmund-April 5, 2010 Hamburg) a.k.a. Coco was a German actor.
She started her acting career in 1947 at the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus and appeared in various films and German television series during her long career. Trowe was best known for her role as the voice actress of Marge Simpson in the German dubbed version of The Simpsons, a role she held from 1991 until her death in 2010. She also dubbed other American TV shows, such as Dynasty and Cheers, into German. Trowe was widely recognized for her distinctive warm, husky voice and became one of the most famous voice actresses in Germany. Besides her successful voice acting career, Trowe also continued to perform in various theater productions until the end of her life.
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Daisy D'ora (February 26, 1913 Potsdam-June 12, 2010 Munich) also known as Daisy d'Ora or Daisy Freiin von Freyberg zu Eisenberg was a German actor and model.
Daisy D'ora was born Daisy Freiin von Freyberg zu Eisenberg in Potsdam, Germany, in 1913. She began her career as a model in the 1930s, and quickly caught the attention of photographers and filmmakers alike. She made her acting debut in the 1934 film Annonciade, and went on to appear in several German films throughout the 1930s and 1940s.
D'ora's career was put on hold during World War II, when she was briefly imprisoned for helping Jews escape Nazi persecution. After the war, she resumed her acting career and appeared in a number of international productions. She also worked as a model for magazines and advertisements.
D'ora was known for her striking beauty and talent, and was considered one of the most glamorous women of her time. She was admired by many of the greatest artists and writers of the 20th century, including Pablo Picasso and Ernest Hemingway.
D'ora remained active in the arts until her death in Munich in 2010, at the age of 97. She is remembered as one of the great icons of European cinema and fashion.
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