1910 - 1985
The actress Luise Ullrich set early the course of her life to the acting. She attended an acting education at the Academy for Music and Arts at the age of 14, one year later she got her first engagement at the Volksbühne Wien in the play "Heimat".
She worked at different theaters in the nex years, from 1931 especially in Berlin.
Her first movie was "Der Rebell" (32) where she
acted at Luis Trenker's side. She had her breakthrough
with the movie "Liebelei" (33), which catapulted her to a popular star
in no time. She underpinned her famous with movies like "Leise flehen meine
Lieder" (33), "Der Flüchtling aus Chicago" (33), "Regine" (34), "Das
Einmaleins der Liebe" (35) and "Ich liebe Dich" (38).
The former leading actress was put into action with impressive support roles after the war and was convincing till the 60's with movies like "Nachtwache" (49), "Regina Amstetten" (54), "Sarajevo/Um Thron und Liebe" (55), "Ist Mama nicht fabelhaft?" (58), "Frau Irene Besser" (61) and "Frau Warrens Gewerbe" (64).
After that she retired from the film business
more or less and dedicated to the theater. She only worked sporadical for
the TV, especially her role in Rainer Werner Fassbinder's serial "Acht
Stunden sind kein Tag" (72) stood out.
Other movies with Luise Ullrich: