Aulinger, Elise

BORN 11 Dec 1881, München, Bayern - DIED 12 Feb 1965, München, Bayern
GRAVE LOCATION München, Bayern: Waldfriedhof (051-W-56)

Elise Aulinger debuted at the Münchner Volkstheater in 1903 in "Der Meineidbauer" by Ludwig Anzengruber. At the Münchner Kammerspielen she played classical parts in plays by Ibsen and Goethe.

In 1921 she appeared in the movie "Ein Fest auf Hederlevhuus" and more silent movies followed. She also worked for the radio, reading "Die Heilige Nacht" by Ludwig Thoma in 1925.

She married the author and actor Max Ferner. The actor Fritz Aulinger (1912-1942) was her son and the author Sigi Sommer (1914-1996) was her niece. She died in 1965. In 1977 a fountain with an image of her was placed on the Viktualienmarkt in Munich.

• Husband: Ferner, Max


The grave of Max Ferner and Elise Aulinger at the Waldfriedhof in Munich.
Picture by Androom (23 Aug 2010)


Elise Aulinger – Wikipedia
Porträt der Schauspielerin Elise Aulinger by Thomas Staedeli

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Published: 23 Mar 2019
Last update: 01 Jan 2024