1887 - 1955
The actress Rose Liechtenstein (also Lichtenstein) began a stage career in Meiningen in 1909, later followed engagements in Düsseldorf and Berlin. She launched her film career from 1916 and took part in numerous movies in the next years.
To her first movies belong "Arme Eva Maria" (16), "Der eiserne Wille" (17), "Don Juans letztes Abenteuer" (18), "Die Japanerin" (19) and "Das Herz des Casanova" (19).
In the 20's she appeared again in many productions in front of the camera,
whereas she also impersonated smaller roles sometimes.
Afterwards she dedicated again to the theater exclusively but only till
1933. With the upcoming National Socialists she had to leave Germany and
went to Palästina. There she was able to start a second theater career
and founded the Theatron Kameri. She died in Tel Aviv in 1955.
Other movies with Rose Liechtenstein: