Margot Trooger

Margot Trooger ( born June 2, 1923 in Rositz; † 24 April 1994 Morlenbach; native Margot Elfriede Schulze ) was a German stage and film actress.

Life and work

The daughter of a haulage contractor attended a secondary school and then a trade school. She worked as a secretary in Innsbruck, went to Munich in 1945 and took acting classes with Eva Fiebig, Siegfried Süßenguth and Ernst Fritz Fürbringer. In 1946 she made ​​her debut in Bamberg in the drama The Gate and the death of Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Her first engagement was in 1947 at the intimate theater Bremen, 1948, she acted in Stuttgart, from 1950 to 1952 at the Little Theatre in Baden -Baden. 1952 to 1953 she worked at the Wuppertal Opera, from 1954 at the Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg. After the birth of her daughter in 1955 she made a four-year career break. Self took her to the Schiller Theatre and the Castle Park Theater in Berlin and at the Bavarian National Theater in Munich, the Munich Chamber games, the Schauspielhaus Zurich and Vienna's Burgtheater.

In the early years of her career she was seen almost exclusively in the theater. She also worked for radio and as a voice actress. At 26, the tall, blond actress with the soft voice got her first film role in the Heinz Riihmann comedy I'll make you happy.

My awareness increased abruptly in 1962 by the Durbridge Six divider The scarf, which is considered the most successful and exciting movie of the whole series and the concept of road Feger coined. She played the Marian Hastings, the seedy owner of a fashion showroom and fiancée of the rich landowner Alistair Goodman ( Erwin Linder ) that the investigating police inspector Harry Yates ( Heinz Drache ) not exactly made ​​it easy to transfer the real culprit. The readers of the youth magazine BRAVO they chose in 1962 to third place the BRAVO -Otto - election as one of the most popular television actresses of the year.

Then she fell for her roles on some Edgar Wallace movies. She played the wife of, among other things illustrated by René Deltgen " witcher " in the Edgar Wallace movie Der Hexer. Even in television production to the spaceship Orion she was seen. In addition, she participated in some children's films, such as Pippi Longstocking and Heidi. As a voice actress, she borrowed, inter alia, Simone Signoret ( The Ship of Fools ) her voice and embodied as a storyteller Astrid Lindgren in the film trilogy Always this Michel, on which the 13-part TV production is based Michel Lönneberga ( TV series).

Margot Trooger was as series star very successful. In the TV series Our son Nicki, Mack family is changing and The Lord Kottnik they played each lead roles.

Margot Troogers marriage with the set designer Jörg Zimmermann in 1964 divorced. She is the mother of Sabina Trooger ( born April 10, 1955), which is active as an actress and voice actress, also announced today. Due to illness, the suffering from pulmonary fibrosis artist drew the late 1970s, back from the profession. Margot Trooger died on April 24, 1994 at her home in Morlenbach and was buried in the local cemetery.