1880 - 1966
The actress Else Bötticher made first acting experiences on small stages before she went on tour in the USA where she remained active for the next two years.
When she came back she continued her stage career in Germany successfully and she appeared on different stages in Munich, Berlin and Stuttgart. Beside it she also worked in the nearby abroad.
She joined the film business in 1914 and she impersonated several roles in the next years. To these productions belong "Fräulein Leutnant" (14), "Die tolle Komtesse" (15), "Die Nichte aus Amerika" (17) and "De profundis" (19).
Afterwards she concentrated again to the theater and it lasted till to the beginning of the 30s before she appeared in movies again.
To her well-known movies of those years belong "Reifende Jugend" (33), "So ein Flegel" (34), "Der Mann mit der Pranke" (35), "Daphne und der Diplomat" (37) and "Rätsel um Beate" (38).
During World War II she did not act in movies again and her engagements at the theater diminished too.
She made her cinematical comeback after the war, among others with "Mein Vater, der Schauspieler" (56).
Other movies with Else Bötticher:
Fräulein Feldgrau (14) Moritz Meyer als Gerichtsvollzieher (17) Frau Hempels Tochter (19) Frühlingsmärchen (34) (34) Eine Siebzehnjährige (34) Aufforderung zum Tanz (34) Besuch am Abend (34) Der Kuckuck am Steuer (34) Aufschnitt (34) Wenn ein Mädel Hochzeit macht (35) Der interessante Fall (35) Frauenliebe – Frauenleid (37)