Annemarie Düringer

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Annemarie Düringer (26 November 1925 – 26 November 2014) was a Swiss actress. She was born in Arlesheim, Basel-Landschaft.

The daughter of a Swiss industrialist, she graduated from Cours Simon, Paris in 1946, and from the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna the following year, in 1947. In 1949 she became a member of the prestigious Vienna Burgtheater where she played major roles such as Queen Elisabeth in Schiller's Maria Stuart. She remained in the ensemble of this theatre until her death. In 2004 she became patron of the Murau festival Shakespeare in Styria founded by Nicholas Allen and Rudolph J. Wojta.

She received numerous awards, including the Decoration for Services to the Republic of Austria. She died on her 89th birthday at Baden bei Wien, Lower Austria.[1][2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1953 Grandstand for General Staff Komtesse Julia Kopsch-Grantignan
1953 Du bist die Welt für mich [de] Christine Elsner
1954 Prisoners of Love Maria, seine Frau
1954 The Eternal Waltz Adele
1955 Secrets of the City Annie Lauer
1955 Ein Mann vergißt die Liebe
1955 The Plot to Assassinate Hitler Hildegard Klee - Sekretärin im OKW
1955 Sergeant Borck Erna Lucht
1956 Before Sundown Inken Peters
1957 The Devil Strikes at Night Helga Hornung
1957 Count Five and Die Rolande Hertog
1958 The Cheese Factory in the Hamlet Annelie vom Berghof
1959 SOS Gletscherpilot Monica
1960 Anne Bäbi Jowäger - I. Teil: Wie Jakobli zu einer Frau kommt Sophie
1961 The Liar Annemarie Karsten
1962 Anne Bäbi Jowäger - II. Teil: Jakobli und Meyeli Sophie
1970 Dällebach Kari Frau Jenny, Wirtin
1972 Der Fall Frl. Gretz
1974 Perahim - die zweite Chance
1976 Shadow of Angels Luise Müller
1977 The Lacemaker Pomme's mother
1980 Berlin Alexanderplatz Cilly 4 episodes
1982 Veronika Voss Dr. Marianne Katz
2002 Gebürtig Amalie Katz
2006 Klimt Klimt's Mother
2006 Late Bloomers Frieda Eggenschwyler
2009 Vision Äbtissin Tengwich
2013 Lovely Louise Louise (final film role)

Honours and awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Annemarie Düringer on IMDb
  2. ^ Daily | Annemarie Düringer, 1925 – 2014
  3. ^ "Reply to a parliamentary question" (pdf) (in German). p. 489. Retrieved 30 January 2013.
  4. ^ "Reply to a parliamentary question" (pdf) (in German). p. 734. Retrieved 30 January 2013.

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