Schroth, Hannelore

ACTOR (GERMANY)
BORN 10 Jan 1922, Berlin - DIED 7 Jul 1987, München
REAL NAME Schroth, Hannelore Emilie Käte Grete
GRAVE LOCATION Berlin: Friedhof Heerstrasse, Trahkener Allee 1, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf (Feld 16-J-27)

Hannelore Schroth was the daughter of the actors Heinrich Schroth and Käthe Haack. As early as 1931 she debuted in "Dann schon lieber Lebertran". She finished her acting studies in Lausanne in 1938 and appeared in "Spiel im Sommerwind" during the same year. During the war she was in several more movies, among them "Friedrich Schiller" (1940) and "Sophienlund" (1944).

After the war she appeared in movies as well on the stage. She held engagements in Vienna, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Berlin and Munich. In 1956 she was in the movie "Der Hauptmann von Köpenick", directed by Helmut Käutner.

Her first husband was the actor Carl Raddatz. In later years she married the deep sea diver Hans Hass. Their son Hans became an actor and a singer. From her third marriage to a lawyer she had another son, Christoph Köster. Her half brother Carl-Heinz Schroth was also a popular actor.

Family
• Mother: Haack, Käthe
• Husband: Raddatz, Carl

Sources
Einführung
• Mende, Hans-Jürgen, Lexicon Berliner Grabstätten, Haude & Spener, 2005
Wikipedia (German)

Images

Hannelore Schroth.
 

Hannelore Schroth.
(1941-1944)

 

Hannelore Schroth.
(1941-1944)

 

The grave of Käthe Haack and her daughter Hannelore Schroth at Friedhof Heerstrasse, Berlin.
Picture by androom (25 Aug 2006)

 

The grave of Käthe Haack and her daughter Hannelore Schroth at Friedhof Heerstrasse, Berlin.
Picture by androom (25 Aug 2006)

 


Schubart, Christian Friedrich Daniel

Published: 4 Mar 2007
Last update: 14 Sep 2008