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Charlotte Ander

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Charlotte Ander
Charlotte Ander Schmoll.jpg
Charlotte Ander, 1930s
Born
Charlotte Andersch

(1902-08-14)14 August 1902
Died5 August 1969(1969-08-05) (aged 66)
Berlin
OccupationActress
Years active1921–1954
Parent(s)
  • Rudolf Andersch [de]
  • Ida Perry [de]
Charlotte Ander, 1920s
Charlotte Ander, 1920s

Charlotte Ander (born Charlotte Andersch, 14 August 1902 – 5 August 1969) was a German actress.

She was born in Berlin, the daughter of German stage/film couple Rudolf Andersch [de] and Ida Perry [de]. Ander was trained at the Berliner Staatstheater. Ander was a star in the silent era before making the transition to sound. Her film career started in 1920 with the film Die letzte Stunde and Danton (1921). Innumerable starring roles in silent movies and early talkies with super-stars Emil Jannings, Marlene Dietrich, and Hans Albers followed.

On 21 February 1927, she created the role of Mascha in the world premiere of Der Zarewitsch by Franz Lehar at the Deutsche Künstler Theater in Berlin, alongside Rita Georg and Richard Tauber, with the composer conducting.

She celebrated her greatest success in 1933 with the role of the record shop assistant Nina in Ein Lied geht um die Welt aka A Song Goes Around the World in which she starred with then popular singer Joseph Schmidt and her mother, Ida Perry. In 1933, after the Nazis came to power, because she was not reinrassig or pure-blood, it became difficult for Ander to find work. She went to England and made at least two films including Maid Happy (1933), but soon found roles as hard, or harder, to find in England than they had been in Germany.

Despite the difficult conditions for her in Nazi Germany, Ander returned. She could make a living although not often in front of the cameras. Her only two Nazi era German films were Wie einst im Mai (1938) and Anton the Last (1939). Here fortunes were somewhat better on the stage where she worked until 1950 before returning to the screen in The Benthin Family. Her final film was Das tanzende Herz (1953). She died in Berlin.

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Filmography

Sources

  • Habel, Frank-Burkhard; Wachter, Volker (2002). Das große Lexikon der DDR-Stars (in German). Berlin: Schwarzkopf & Schwarzkopf. ISBN 978-3-89602-391-9.

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