Katt, Geraldine

ACTOR (AUSTRIA)
BORN 4 Feb 1920, Wien - DIED 9 Nov 1995
REAL NAME Kattnig, Geraldine
GRAVE LOCATION Innsbruck, Tirol: Westfriedhof, Fritz Preglstrasse 2 (Arkaden 135)

Geraldine Katt was born as Geraldine Kattnig. She was educated at the Max-Reinhard-Seminar in Vienna and performed on several stages in Vienna. When she was fifteen years old she made her film debut in Reinhold Schünzel's "Das Mädchen Irene" (1936). Several movies followed during the next few years. In 1938 she was in "Der Fall Deruga". In 1939, in "Zwölf Minuten nach zwölf", she played an amateur detective that was handcuffed to a charming suspect played by René Deltgen.

In 1940 she married Joachim Bremer, a movie critic from Berlin. After the war she concentrated on the stage. In 1949 she had her last main film part in "Es lebe das Leben". In the same year she divorced Bremer. In 1952 she married Hermann Juch, the manager of the Volksoper in Vienna. After he became the manager of the Opera in Zurich they moved to Switzerland. She died in 1995.

Family
• Husband: Juch, Hermann (1952-1995)

Images

Geraldine Katt.
 

The grave of Geraldine Katt and Hermann Juch at the Westfriedhof, Innsbruck.
Picture by Androom (18 Aug 2019)

 

Sources
Internet Movie Database
Geraldine Katt – Wikipedia


Kauffmann, Angelica

Published: 28 Sep 2019
Last update: 25 Oct 2019