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Actress
    (September 30, 1887-January 24, 1980)
    Born in Madiun, Java, Indonesia
    Birth name was Marie Antonia Siegelinde Martha Seubert
    Appeared in the films 'Harakiri' (1919), 'Spiders' (1919), 'The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari' (1920), 'Woman in Heaven' (1920), 'Destiny' (1921), 'The Phantom' (1922), 'Tartuffe' (1925), 'Orient Express' (1927), 'Hungarian Nights' (1929), 'The Count of Monte Cristo' (1929), 'The White Devil' (1930), 'The Woman from Monte Carlo' (1932), 'The Fugitive from Chicago' (1934), 'The Kreutzer Sonata' (1937), 'Triad' (1938), 'Music in Salzburg' (1944), 'Don't Play With Love' (1949), 'His Royal Highness' (1953), 'My 16 Sons' (1956), 'Buddenbrooks' (1959), 'The Pedestrian' (1973), 'End of the Game' (1975) and 'Tales from the Vienna Woods' (1979)
    She tried to knock a decade off her age.
    Her first husband was 25 years her senior; the marriage lasted just two years.
    She was one of Hitler's favorite actresses and a frequent dinner guest of his.
    She avoided making political films during the Nazi era, appearing in comedies and musicals.
    Her film career lasted six decades.
    She received the Cross of Merit from West Germany (1967).

Credit: C. Fishel


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