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Carsta Löck
Carsta Löck in 1942
Born(1902-12-28)28 December 1902
Died19 October 1993(1993-10-19) (aged 90)
OccupationFilm actress
Years active1933–1983

Carsta Löck (28 December 1902 – 9 October 1993) was a German film actress.


The daughter of a merchant grew up in Kiel and worked as a typographer. After training as an actor, she made her debut as Rosi in Hermann Sudermann's The Butterfly Battle in Berlin in 1930. In the same year she received an engagement at the touring theater of the German Volksbühnenvereine Berlin. From 1934 she made guest appearances on various Berlin stages such as the Theater am Nollendorfplatz, Lessingtheater, Komödie, Kammerspiele of the Deutsches Theater, Tribüne, Renaissance Theater and Schlossparktheater. Towards the end of the war she was also at the front in looking after the troops. In 1944 she was on the list of God-gifted people of the Reich Ministry for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda. After the war she continued her theater work in Berlin.

From 1933 she was frequently cast in feature films, especially comedy films. She was soon set on the simple girl from the country and played, mostly in supporting roles and often with a pinch of comedy, maids, soldiers' brides, wives, housekeepers, secretaries and neighbors. In post-war films she was able to continue this role type as a mother or grandmother. Among other things, she played Ida Jungmann in the Buddenbrooks film adaptation of 1959. She also acted in two early DEFA films, namely in Die Kuckucks and as the fun-loving bartender Emma in Die Buntkarierte. In 1959 she was seen on screen alongside the siblings Willy and Lucy Millowitsch in Arnold and Bach's comedy Der Keusche Lebemann in a recording from the Millowitsch Theater. She later gained popularity again as Krösa Maja in the Swedish film and television series about Emil from Lönneberga. In the German version of the cinema version, however, she was dubbed by her fellow actress Carola Höhn. In 1989 she received the film ribbon in gold for many years of outstanding work in German film.

Selected filmography


  • Baird, Jay W. (1992). To Die for Germany: Heroes in the Nazi Pantheon. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. ISBN 978-0-253-20757-9.

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