Claire Rommer

Claire Rommer ( born December 7, 1904 in Berlin; native Klara Romberger; † August 19, 1996 in London) was a German actress.


Growing up in a boarding school, she received her artistic training at the School of Music and at the Max -Reinhard - School in Berlin. Nearly 17 years, she made ​​her debut as an assistant at the New National Theatre and at the adult stage. Even later, the soubrette appeared repeatedly in operettas and comedies on the Berlin stage, especially at the Lustspielhaus. In 1925/26 she went to a commitment to the United Stages.

Rommer became known in the 1920s, mainly as a silent film actress. Most in cheerful stripes, she performed in the subjects of the lover and Salon Lady in major and minor roles. With the beginning of the sound era, they were also singing performances.

Since June 25, 1927 she was married to the Jewish businessman Adolf Stern. With the rise of the Nazis ended her film and stage career. She had her last stage appearance in 1934 in the Revue Scala - a little crazy at the Berlin Scala. In July 1938, she was excluded from any activity in the German film industry on the grounds that she was probably not liable. On 31 July 1940, she emigrated with her husband from France via Lisbon to the United States. Soon after followed the separation of Severe and marrying a multi-millionaire from the meat industry. Died it is on 19th August 1996 at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London's Chelsea pneumonia ( Death Certificate App. No.. 1877541-1 ).