Michael Verhoeven
(Movies & TV)
Maximilian Schell
(Movies & TV)
Robert Wagner
(Movies & TV)
Max von Sydow
(Movies & TV)
Felice Andreasi
(Movies & TV)
Marcello Mastroianni
(Movies & TV)
Adolfo Celi
(Movies & TV)

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Senta Berger

Knowledge Identifier: +Senta_Berger


Senta Berger

Austrian film, stage and television actress, producer and author add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1941.

Countries: Italy (31%), Germany (23%), United States (19%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Michael Verhoeven, Maximilian Schell, Robert Wagner

Linked to: American Broadcasting Company




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Senta Berger was born in 1941 add something


In 1957, she won her first small role in one of the final films directed by Austrian auteur Willi Forst add something


In 1958, she became the youngest member of the Josefstadt Theatre in Vienna add something


In 1962, she went to Hollywood and worked with stars such as Charlton Heston, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Richard Widmark, John Wayne, and Yul Brynner add something


In 1963, Berger met Michael Verhoeven, son of the German film director Paul Verhoeven add something


In November 1964, she guest starred in an episode of the U.S. television show, "The Man from U.N.C.L.E", entitled "The Double Affair" add something


They started their own film production company in 1965 add something


Berger married director and producer Michael Verhoeven in 1966 add something


In 1966, Berger co-starred with Kirk Douglas in the movie "Cast a Giant Shadow" add something


She played the role of a German schoolteacher involved in neo-Nazi activity opposite Max von Sydow and George Segal in "The Quiller Memorandum", released in 1966 add something


Michael Verhoeven - He married actress Senta Berger in 1966; their son is the actor-director Simon Verhoeven


In 1967, Berger acted in the pilot movie for the Robert Wagner television series "It Takes a Thief", which aired on American television network ABC on January 9, 1968 add something


She reprised her role in the series in October 1969, in an episode in which her character was killed off add something


In 1970, she starred for the first time in a film produced by her own company and directed by her husband add something


Salzburg Festival - Between 1974 and 1982, she played the Buhlschaft in the play "Jedermann" at the Salzburg Festival with Curd Jürgens and Maximilian Schell add something


Goodnight, Ladies and Gentlemen - "'Goodnight, Ladies and Gentlemen"' is a 1976 French-Italian comedy film starring Vittorio Gassman, Ugo Tognazzi, Nino Manfredi, Paolo Villaggio, Marcello Mastroianni, Senta Berger, Adolfo_Celi and Felice Andreasi


!Berlin International Film Festival - In 1977, she was head of the jury at the 27th Berlin International Film Festival add something


Since February 2003, Berger has been president of the German Film Academy, which seeks to advance the new generation of actors and actresses in Germany and Europe add something


In the spring of 2006, Berger's autobiography was published in Germany: "Ich habe ja gewußt, daß ich fliegen kann" add something


In 2016, she played one of the leading roles in the film "Welcome to Germany", directed by her son Simon add something