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Göttingen

Biography

Gudrun Landgrebe was born June 20, 1950 as the daughter of a public servants couple in Göttingen and grew up in Bochum. From 1968 to 1971, she attended "Schule des Theaters" in Cologne and then started a career as a theatre actress. From 1971 to 1981, Landgrebe performed at several theatres in Wuppertal, Bruchsal, Hof, Detmold, Feuchtwangen, Pforzheim, and Dortmund, and starred in productions of plays such as Wedekind"s "Frühlings Erwachen" ("Spring Awakening") and Bruckner"s "Krankheit der Jugend".

Landgrebe, who had always wanted to become a film actress, made her movie debut alongside Marius Müller-Westernhagen in Peter F. Bringmann"s ARD TV movie "Aufforderung zum Tanz" (1977). In 1981, she played her first leading role on the big screen in Dorothea Neukirchen"s "Dabbel Trabbel". One year later, Robert van Ackeren cast her for his film "Die flambierte Frau" ("A Woman in Flames"). With her portrayal of the high-end call girl Eva, Gudrun Landgrebe made her international breakthrough over night and was celebrated as the new type of woman of the 1980s.

Landgrebe then appeared in numerous films as a beautiful and coolly calculating woman, for instance in Hans-Christoph Blumenberg"s "Tausend Augen" ("Thousand Eyes", 1984), in Dominik Graf"s "Die Katze" ("The Cat", 1988) and, in a humorous fashion, in Helmut Dietls "Rossini – oder die mörderische Frage, wer mit wem schlief" ("Rossini", 1996).

In recent years, Gudrun Landgrebe mainly appeared on television and starred, for instance, in Urs Egger"s "Opernball" ("Opera Ball", 1998) or in Michael Rowitz"s "Herz oder Knete" (2002).

 

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