|ACTOR, SINGER (GERMANY)|
BORN 8 Apr 1835, Reichenberg, Böhmen (now: Liberec, Czech Republic) - DIED 1 Jun 1916, Berlin|
GRAVE LOCATION Berlin: Kirchhof Jerusalem und Neue Kirche I, Halleschen Tor, Kreuzberg (3/3-7-5 168)
Anna Schramm was a daughter of the actress Henriette Schramm-Graham (1803-1876) and the actor Nikolaus Schramm. Her sister Amalie was an actress and a soprano. Anna received acting lessons from her mother and in 1841 she was already on the stage in Nürnberg. She also performed in Dessau, Sondershausen, Rostock, Riga, Reval and Cologne (1852-1853), where Roderich Benedix was her teacher.
She held an engagement at the Wallner Theater in Berlin in 1861. Between 1867 and 1871 she was a member of the cast at the Friedrich Wilhelmstädtischen Theater. In 1876 she married the merchant Ferdinand Conrad Bügler and withdrew from the stage, but after he had spent all her money she divorced him in 1822 and she returned as an actress. In 1888 she once more became a member of the Wallner Theater.
is brother/sister of Schramm, Amalie
Hammer, Klaus, Historische Friedhöfe & Grabmäler in Berlin, Stattbuch Verlag, Berlin, 1994