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Erika Pluhar
Erika Pluhar

(1939-02-28) 28 February 1939 (age 84)

Erika Pluhar is an actress, singer and author from Austria and was born on 28 February 1939 in Vienna.

Erika Pluhar is the daughter of Anna and Dr Josef Pluhar. One of her sisters, Ingeborg G. Pluhar, is a painter and sculptor.

After finishing school in 1957, Erika Pluhar studied at the Max Reinhardt Seminar, the Viennese academy for music and the performing arts where she graduated with distinction in 1959. She immediately went into acting at the Burgtheater, the imperial court theatre, where she was a member of the acting troupe from 1959 until 1999.

At the beginning of the 1970s Erika Pluhar embarked on a singing career. She has been writing books since her childhood; her first book was published in 1981.

Erika Pluhar has been married twice (with Udo Proksch, businessman and convict of the murder of six people, and André Heller, poet and all-rounder artist) and has had a daughter, Anna (1961–1999).

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  • DIE WIENER LIEDER DER ERIKA PLUHAR (1977) (Telefunken) (Decca) (Teldec)
  • Erika Pluhar - Anspruch 1981
  • Erika Pluhar - Trotzdem 1981


Literary works (German)

  • Aus Tagebüchern (1981)
  • Über Leben : Lieder und ihre Geschichten (1982)
  • Lieder (1986)
  • Als gehörte eins zum anderen : eine Geschichte (1991)
  • Zwischen die Horizonte geschrieben : Lieder, Lyrik, kleine Prosa (1992)
  • Marisa : Rückblenden auf eine Freundschaft (1996), Hoffmann und Campe, ISBN 978-3-455-30105-2
  • Am Ende des Gartens : Erinnerungen an eine Jugend (1997)
  • Matildas Erfindungen (1999)
  • Der Fisch lernt fliegen : unterwegs durch die Jahre (2000)
  • Verzeihen Sie, ist das hier schon die Endstation? (2001)
  • Die Wahl (2003)
  • Erika Pluhar: Ein Bilderbuch (2004)
  • Die stille Zeit : Geschichten und Gedanken nicht nur zu Weihnachten (2004)
  • Reich der Verluste (2005)
  • Paar Weise. Geschichten und Betrachtungen zur Zweisamkeit, (Januar 2007), Residenz/Niederösterreichisches Pressehaus, ISBN 3-7017-1472-X, ISBN 978-3-7017-1472-8


  • Erika Pluhar singt (1972)
  • So oder so ist das Leben (1974)
  • Die Liebeslieder der Erika Pluhar (1975)
  • Hier bin ich (1976)
  • Beziehungen (1978)
  • Vom Himmel auf die Erde falln sich die Engel tot: Pluhar singt Biermann (1979)
  • Narben (1981)
  • Über Leben (1982)
  • Liebende (1983)
  • Wiener Lieder
  • Bossa à la Marinoff (1989)
  • For ever
  • Ein Abend am Naschmarkt (1995)
  • Jahraus, jahrein (1998)
  • I geb net auf (1999)
  • Lieder vom Himmel und der Erde (2002)
  • Es war einmal (2004)
  • Wien. Lied. Wir. (2006)

Film appearances


  • The Josef Kainz Medal from the City of Vienna (1979)
  • The Robert Musil Medal from the city of Klagenfurt and the Robert Musil Archive (1984)
  • Chamber Actress of the Year (1986)
  • Honorary Medal of the City of Vienna, Gold (2000)


External links

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