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Petra Unkel
Born(1925-03-03)3 March 1925
Other namesPetra Unkel-Klinder
Occupation
  • Film actress
  • voice actress
  • radio spokesperson
  • cabaret performer
Years active1929–1958 (film)[1]

Petra Unkel (born 3 March 1925), also known as Petra Unkel-Klinder, is a Hungarian-born former actress of German film, singer, voice actress, radio spokesperson and cabaret artist, she was active in the industry until 1958.

Biography

Unkel was born in Budapest, which was then apart of the Kingdom of Hungary as the daughter of opera tenor Petra Unkel (1880-1942),

She started became her career as a child star. She made her debut appearance on screen in 1929 as a four-year-old during the silent film era, in Napoleon at Saint Helena, starring Werner Krauss as Napoleon. Her first starring role came three years after in the 1932, operetta film Melody of Love. Making the successful transition as an adult star, she appeared in films for the next four decades, with her final screen appearance in 1958.[2]

From 1946 she also appeared as a performer and singer in cabaret. As a voice artist she lent herself to becoming a radio spokeswoman, and provided voices for such stars as Nancy Olson, Bridgette Bardot and Micheline Presle. She also provided dubbing of American fellow child star Shirley Temple in the German version of the film Since You Went Away (1944).[3]

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ BFI: NACKT-WIE GOTT SIE SCHUF (1958)
  2. ^ "Nackt-wie Gott sie schuf (1958)". BFI. Retrieved 2019-10-16.
  3. ^ Waldman p.100

Bibliography

  • Waldman, Harry. Nazi Films in America, 1933-1942. McFarland, 2008.

External links

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