1909 - 1999
The actress Cilly Feindt was well-known as a circus artist in first place who filled the audience with enthusiasm with her horses. She gathered first artistic experiences at the circus Paul Busch. It followed apprearances at the Wintergarten and at the Scala in Berlin.
Because of her huge popularity she earned in the circus she was spotted
for the film. She made her film debut in a movie with the fitting title
"Die Zirkusprinzessin" (25). Other movies in the silent movie era were
"Der Feldmarschall" (27), "Ein Mordsmädel" (27) and "Die
Zirkusprinzessin" (28), a movie of the same name like in 1925.
After a successful tour through South America she continued her film
career with "Ferien vom Ich" (34) and "Leichte Kavallerie" (35).
Immediately after the war she was signed on by the circus Althoff and
it didn't last long and she also got an offer from the Ringling Brothers
circus in the USA. With this circus she went on tour from 1948 to 1951
and appeared in the States and Canada. When her engagement ended she
settled in Califorina and devoted to her horses.
Other movies with Cilly