Senta Berger
Actress
Senta Berger
Senta Berger is an Austrian film, stage and television actress, producer and author. Regarded by critics as one of the greatest actresses of the post-war period, and frequently named as one of the leading German-speaking actresses in polls, Berger has received many award nominations for her acting in theatre, film and television; her awards include three Bambi Awards, two Romys, an Adolf Grimme Award, both a Deutscher and a Bayerischer Fernsehpreis, and a Goldene Kamera.
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"Irgendwann muss die Eva aber in Rente" - WELT ONLINE
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Aber Senta Berger ist darüber hinausgewachsen. Andere sind längst verschwunden, die kürzlich Siebzig Gewordene ist geblieben. Seit fünfzig Jahren. Man sagt, sie hole die Stärke aus ihrem privaten Glück. Eben drehte sie mit Helmut Dietl als zur
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Senta Berger (70): Senta auf Berg(er)wanderung - BILD
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Von MÉLANIE VOISIN Düsseldorf – Am liebsten hätte sie ihre eigenen „Tscherken“ fürs Foto mitgebracht: Senta Berger (70, „Unter Verdacht“) ist leidenschaftliche Wandersfrau und läuft seit 40 Jahren mit den selben Schuhen! Bei der Eröffnung der Messe
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Eine so spannende wie nebulöse Geschichte - Wiesbadener Kurier
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Von Peter Müller Der geneigte arte-Zuschauer hatte das Vergnügen schon im Frühjahr: Senta Berger, am 13. Mai unfassbare 70 geworden, wurde da über eine knappe Programm-Woche mit einem „Schwerpunkt“ geehrt - und wie immer lief auch die jüngste „Unter
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Das Wandern ist Senta Bergers Lust - duesseldorf.business-on.de
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Die Wander- und Trekkingmesse TourNatur hat auch in diesem Jahr einen prominenten Eröffnungsgast: Senta Berger spricht am Freitag, 2. September 2011, um 10.30 Uhr auf der Bühne „Rastplatz“ in Halle 1 des Düsseldorfer Messegeländes mit Moderator
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Die letzte Frage: Senta Berger, Schauspielerin: Benehmen Sie sich daneben ... - Berliner Morgenpost
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Aber Senta Berger ist darüber hinausgewachsen. Andere sind längst verschwunden, sie ist geblieben. Seit fünfzig Jahren. Man sagt, sie hole die Stärke aus ihrem privaten Glück. Das ruft gerade an. "Ich bin jetzt im Bayerischen Hof", sagt Senta Berger
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Funeral in Berlin (1966) - TIME
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Senta Berger was the romantic interest who may be playing both sides. In the script by Nobel Prize-winning cynic Harold Pinter, the proceedings are monitored back in London by two senior spies of the upper-class-twit species (George Sanders and Robert
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Der Talk für Magdeburg & Umgebung - Magdeburger Sonntag
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Die engagierten Aktionsgruppenmitglieder von Plan-Magdeburg zögerten nicht lange, als die Schauspielerin Senta Berger als Schirmherrin auf die Lage der Kinder, besonders der Mädchen dort aufmerksam machte. Kerstin und Jörg Steffenhagen gehören zu den
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Audioportrait: Senta Berger - Hegau-Frau
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Sie ist eine der grössten deutschsprachigen Schauspielerinnen überhaupt, Senta Berger. Wie kam sie zur Schauspielerei und wie ist die private Senta Berger, weit weg von Drehbuch und Kamera? Hier erfahren Sie es. Ob deutsches 50er- Jahre- Kintopp,
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Senta Berger: „So küsste ich meinen Mann zum 1. Mal“ - BILD
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So offen hat Senta Berger (70) noch nie über ihre erste Begegnung 1960 mit Ehemann Michael Verhoeven (73) gesprochen! „Wir haben uns auf der Berlinale furchtbar gestritten. Ich dachte, was ist das für ein arroganter Pinsel“, erinnert sich Berger in der
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"Deutschland deine Künstler" mit David Garrett und Senta Berger - LooMee TV (Blog)
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von Steffen am Jul.24, 2011, unter Blog, Doku, TV Ob Senta Berger, Günter Grass, David Garrett und Jan Josef Liefers, sie alle haben eines gemeinsam – sie stehen im Mittelpunkt der nunmehr vierten Staffel von “Deutschland, deine Künstler”
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«Wiener Mélange» mit Senta Berger im Ballsaal - Aachener Zeitung
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Schauspielerin Senta Berger holt am 11. Dezember ihren ursprünglich für Oktober 2010 geplanten Auftritt mit dem Programm «Wiener Mélange» in der Reihe «Wort trifft Musik» nach. Nicht zu verwechseln ist die Veranstaltung übrigens mit der gleichnamigen
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"Hochzeiten" mit Senta Berger - Dreharbeiten haben begonnen - LooMee TV (Blog)
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von Steffen am Jul.14, 2011 um 07:16, unter Blog, Eilmeldungen, TV “Hochzeiten” ein Fernsehfilm wie das wahre Leben – Am 05.07.2011 haben in München die Dreharbeiten zu “Hochzeiten” begonnen, übrigens mit Senta Berger und Friedrich von Thun in den
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Senta Berger
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2006
    Age 64
    In the spring of 2006, Berger's autobiography was published in Germany: Ich habe ja gewußt, daß ich fliegen kann ("I Knew That I Could Fly").
    More Details Hide Details Among her memories of Hollywood are a less-than-subtle attempt by Darryl Zanuck to get her on his casting couch, and of all the shallow people she met in Hollywood.
  • 2005
    Age 63
    In the same year, she also started a career as a singer of chansons. 2005 saw her in the film, Einmal so wie ich will, as a woman trapped in an unhappy marriage who finds love on holiday, but turns her back on the relationship.
    More Details Hide Details Since February 2003, Berger has been president of the German Film Academy, which seeks to advance the new generation of actors and actresses in Germany and Europe. The Academy will decide the assignment of the German Film Awards in the future.
  • FORTIES
  • 1985
    Age 43
    In 1985–86, Berger started a comeback in front of German-speaking audiences in the TV serial Kir Royal.
    More Details Hide Details Further serial hits followed, like Die schnelle Gerdi (The Fast Gerti), where she played a taxi driver.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1974
    Age 32
    Between 1974 and 1982, she played the “Buhlschaft” in the play Jedermann at the Salzburg Festival with Curd Jürgens and Maximilian Schell.
    More Details Hide Details She also acted alongside Schell and James Coburn in a supporting role in the acclaimed war film Cross of Iron (1977).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1969
    Age 27
    She reprised her role in the series in October 1969, in an episode in which her character was killed off.
    More Details Hide Details In 1977, she was head of the jury at the 27th Berlin International Film Festival. 21 years later, she was part of the jury at the 48th Berlin International Film Festival. In the 1970s, Photoplay Film Monthly said, "Approaching motherhood, Senta, the one-time militant feminist, has reverted to a docile feminine woman, just like the girl next-door." (Starlet, Kim Holston, 1988, McFarland). Following the birth of her two sons (including the actor-director Simon Verhoeven), Berger returned to theatre work. She played at the Burgtheater in Vienna, at the Thaliatheater in Hamburg and at the Schillertheater in Berlin.
  • 1967
    Age 25
    In 1967, Berger acted in the pilot film for the Robert Wagner television series It Takes a Thief, which aired on American television network ABC on 9 January 1968.
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  • 1966
    Age 24
    In The Quiller Memorandum, also released in 1966, she played opposite Max von Sydow and George Segal in the role of a German schoolteacher involved in neo-Nazi activity.
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    In 1966, Berger co-starred with Kirk Douglas in the film Cast a Giant Shadow.
    More Details Hide Details Berger played the role of Magda, a soldier in the Israeli army during the Israeli War of Independence (1948).
    Berger married director and producer Michael Verhoeven in 1966.
    More Details Hide Details They are the parents of actors Simon and Luca Verhoeven. Berger is the daughter of musician Josef Berger and teacher Therese Jany. She first appeared on stage at the age of four, when her father accompanied her singing on the piano. At the age of five she started ballet lessons.
  • 1964
    Age 22
    In November 1964, she guest starred in an episode of the U.S. television show, The Man from U.N.C.L.E, entitled "The Double Affair".
    More Details Hide Details It was later expanded and released in cinemas as the feature film The Spy with My Face (1965).
  • 1963
    Age 21
    In 1963, Berger met Michael Verhoeven, son of the German film director Paul Verhoeven (not to be confused with the Dutch Paul Verhoeven). They started their own film production company in 1965. In 1966, Senta and Michael married.
    More Details Hide Details In 1970, she starred for the first time in a film produced by her own company and directed by her husband. Other internationally successful films made by the duo included, amongst others, Die weiße Rose, The Nasty Girl (Das schreckliche Mädchen) and Mutters Courage. Berger continued to develop her European career in France and Italy. Also in 1966, the British film Our Man in Marrakesh, called Bang, Bang, You're Dead in the U.S., was released, starring Senta Berger opposite Tony Randall.
  • 1962
    Age 20
    Bernhard Wicki and Artur Brauner produced the film The Good Soldier Schweijk with Berger and the German actor Heinz Rühmann. Brauner used Berger in several films, but she soon tired of musicals. In 1962, she went to Hollywood and worked with stars such as Charlton Heston, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Richard Widmark, John Wayne, Jack Kelly, and Yul Brynner.
    More Details Hide Details She returned to Germany to accept an offer for a role in a series, which would have brought an obligation of several years.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1958
    Age 16
    In 1958, she became the youngest member of the Josefstadt Theatre in Vienna.
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  • 1957
    Age 15
    Berger also took private acting lessons. In 1957, she won her first small role in one of the final films directed by Austrian auteur Willi Forst.
    More Details Hide Details She applied for the Max Reinhardt Seminar, a famous acting school in Vienna, and was accepted, but she left shortly afterwards after accepting a film role without permission.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1941
    Born
    Born on May 13, 1941.
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