BORN 14 Mar 1862, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg - DIED 17 Sep 1930, Wiesbaden|
GRAVE LOCATION München, Bayern: Alte Südfriedhof, Thalkirchnerstrasse 17 (31-09-04)
Anna Dandler was the daughter of the singer Carl Dandler and his wife Anna Dandler-Rueff. Her father was choral conductor at the Hoftheater in Stuttgart.
When she was fifteen years opld she attracted the attention of Clara Ziegler and she recommended her to Ernst von Possart. In 1880 Anna was engaged at the Hoftheater in München, where she debuted in Schiller's "Wallenstein". In Munich she played many important parts over the years.
Apart from her career in the theatre she also appeared in the movies "Das Fräulein von Scuderi" (1919) and "Dämon Weib" (1920).