Hannelore Schroth

Hannelore Schroth ( born January 10, 1922 in Berlin as Hanne Lore Emilie Kate Grete Schroth; † 7 July 1987 in Munich) was a German actress.


The daughter of actor couple Heinrich Schroth and Käthe Haack completed until 1938, a drama school in Lausanne. As a child she made ​​her first appearance with her mother. 1938, the first major success came with the game in the summer breeze. Of the many single out the following movies is Under the bridges under the direction of Helmut Käutner with Gustav Knuth and Carl Raddatz. Despite numerous appearances in film and television she found in the following time again the way to the stage and received theatrical engagements in Vienna, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Berlin and Munich. For her stage work, she received the 1969 Great Bad - Hersfeld Prize and for her film work in 1980, the Film Award.

In addition, Hannelore Schroth was extensively involved in the synchronization. She lent her voice to Paulette Goddard ( The Great Dictator ), Gina Lollobrigida ( The last stage ), Shirley MacLaine ( Irma la Douce The girl ) or Elizabeth Taylor (Who 's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? ). They also tried his hand as a singer of French chansons and published several LPs with readings of works by Ephraim Kishon, together with Torberg.

In his first marriage Hannelore Schroth was married to Carl Raddatz, in a second marriage with the Austrian diving pioneer Hans Hass. Her son from this marriage, Hans Hass Jr., was temporarily successful as an actor and pop singer. From the third marriage with a lawyer and film producer also comes from a son. Hannelore Schroth's half-brother was the actor Carl -Heinz Schroth. It rests with her mother, Käthe Haack in the cemetery military road in Berlin, Charlottenburg- Wilmersdorf. The tomb is located in Box 16 -J- 27th

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