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Margit Saad
Born
Marguerite Saad

(1929-05-30) 30 May 1929 (age 92)
Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Years active1951–1982
Spouse(s)Jean-Pierre Ponnelle (1957-1988) (his death) (1 son)[1]
Children1[2]

Margit Saad (born 30 May 1929) is a German actress who has worked largely in German film and television, with occasional English language appearances.

Biography

She was born in Munich, Bavaria, the daughter of a Lebanese linguist father and a German language teaching mother from Düsseldorf. She made her screen debut in Eva erbt das Paradies. In 1960 she starred in the British drama film The Criminal and followed it up with appearances in other British films and television programmes such as The Rebel (US Call Me Genius, 1961) with Tony Hancock, Playback (1962), an entry in the Edgar Wallace Mysteries series of second features, The Saint in The Saint Sees It Through (1964) and The Magnificent Two (1967) supporting Morecambe and Wise.[3]

Saad appeared in an early 1966 episode of the American television espionage series Blue Light. It was edited together with three other episodes later in 1966 to create the American theatrical film I Deal in Danger, which includes her appearance.[citation needed]

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ Rockwell, John (12 August 1988). "Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, 56, Is Dead; Was Opera Director and Designer". Nytimes.com. Retrieved 14 January 2019.
  2. ^ "Pierre-Dominique Ponnelle (Conductor) - Short Biography". Bach-cantatas.com. Retrieved 14 January 2019.
  3. ^ Margit Saad at the British Film Institute's Film and TV DataBase

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