1872 - 1948
The actress Helene Brahms made already first acting experiences at the theater as a child. At the age of eight she impersonated first roles at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin.
As an adult she was able to continue her stage career and she acted among others at the Deutsches Theater again but also at many other theaters.
She took part early but only sporadically in movies, her first movie was "Die Laune einer Dollarprinzessin" (11).
Afterwards followed several movies like Rudolf del Zopp's "Das Spiel ist aus" (16) with Alfred Abel, the mini-series "Ahasver" (17) with Carl de Vogt, Johannes Riemann and Sybille Binder, "Die lachende Maske" (18) with Bruno Eichgrün, Elfriede Heisler, Ernst Rückert, Rosa Valetti and Magda Madeleine as well as "Das Hexlein von Gross Tornau" (18) directed by Paul von Woringen with Lotte Neumann, Ernst Rückert and Preben Rist.
After a longer interruption came her last cinematical work into being with "Ein Lieb, ein Dieb, ein Warenhaus" with Colette Brettel, Harry Gondi and Rudolf Klein-Rhoden.