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Ingrid Pitt

Knowledge Identifier: +Ingrid_Pitt


Ingrid Pitt

Actress best known for her work in horror films of the 1960s and 1970s add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1937.

Countries: United Kingdom (55%), Germany (27%), United States (9%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Doctor Who, Richard Burton, Mario Bava

Linked to: Berlitz Corporation, International Committee of the Red Cross, United States Navy




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Ingrid Pitt was born in 1937 add something


"'Ingrid Pitt"' was an actress best known for her work in horror films of the 1960s and 1970s add something


It involved The Doctor and companion Peri arriving on board the ship in 1943 in the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard and becoming involved in a battle against microscopic humanoid creatures native to Earth but previously unknown to humankind add something


She survived; and, in Berlin in the 1950s, married an American soldier and moved to California add something


In the early 1960s, Pitt was a member of the prestigious Berliner Ensemble, under the guidance of Bertolt Brecht's widow Helene Weigel add something


In 1965, she made her film debut in "Doctor Zhivago", playing a minor role add something


In 1968, she co-starred in the low-budget science fiction film "The Omegans" and, in the same year, played "Heidi" in "Where Eagles Dare" opposite Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood add something


She appeared as Queen Galleia with Jon Pertwee and Roger Delgado in 'The Time Monster', which was the fifth Serial of the ninth season of 'Doctor Who', broadcast in six weekly parts between 20th May - 24th June 1972 add something


During the 1980s, Pitt returned to mainstream films and television add something


Her role as "Fraulein Baum" in the 1981 BBC Playhouse "Unity", who is denounced as a Jew by Unity Mitford , was uncomfortably close to her real-life experiences add something


In 1984, Pitt and her husband Tony Rudlin were commissioned to script a "Doctor Who" adventure add something


In 1998, Pitt narrated Cradle of Filth's "Cruelty and the Beast" album, although her narration was done strictly in-character as the Countess Elizabeth Báthory, as she portrayed in "Countess Dracula" add something


In 1999, her autobiography, "Life's a Scream" was published; and she was short-listed for the Talkies awards for her own reading of extracts from the audio book, "I Hate Being Second" add something


In 2000, Pitt made her return to the big screen in "The Asylum", starring Colin Baker and Patrick Mower and directed by John Stewart add something


In 2003, Pitt voiced the role of "Lady Violator" in Renga Media's production "Dominator" add something


After a period of illness, Pitt returned to the screen in 2006 for the Hammer Films-Mario Bava tribute, "Sea of Dust" add something

Ingrid Pitt died in 2010 add something


Pitt died in a south London hospital on 23 November 2010, a few days after collapsing, and two days after her 73rd birthday add something


In 2011, Avalard Publishing acquired the rights to "Cuckoo Run" and a number of other previously unpublished titles, including "Annul Domini: The Jesus Factor" , a speculative novel about what would have happened if Jesus had never made it to Jerusalem add something