1917 - 1999
The actress Hilde Krahl was born as Hildegard Kolacny in Brod, Croatia.
After her final examination of her acting education she made her debut at the Cabaret "Literatur am Naschmarkt" in 1936. Eventually followed an engagement at the Theater in der Josefstadt where she played from 1936 to 1966. Besides it she also appeared in Berlin.
Her film career began at the same time like her theater career. She made her film debut with "Die Puppenfee" (36) and was convincing with her next movie "Mädchenpensionat" (36). One became aware of the young actress and she got bigger roles. She was successful in movies like "Serenade" (37), "Gastspiel im Paradies" (38) and "Der Weg zu Isabell" (39) before she had her great breakthrough with her role in "Der Postmeister" (40) at Heinrich George's side.
From now on she belonged to the most demanded stars. You could admire Hilde Krahl in movies like "Komödianten" (41), "Anuschka" (42) and "Träumerei" (44) till the end of war.
Hilde Krahl became a versitale actress after the war who knew how to
play in nearly all genres. At the theater as well as in movies she got
demanding roles she always fulfilled.
Her last cinematical works came for television into being like "Liliom" (71), the serial "Derrick: Ein ubegreiflicher Typ" (76) and "Wunschloses Glück" (81).
Hilde Krahl was married with director Wolfgang
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