1914 - 1961
The actress Hilde Schneider began her career at the Städtisches Theater in Baden-Baden. After some successful appearances she went to Berlin, the German stronghold of acting, where she made her film debut in the short movie "Postlagernd XYZ" (34).
From 1935 followed first feature movies and Hilde Schneider took part in some great productions in the next years. To her movies till the end of war belong "April, April!" (35), "Familie Schimek" (35), "Das Schweigen im Walde" (37), "Paradies der Junggesellen" (39) and "Der Kleinstadtpoet" (40).
Beside the film business she remained true to the theater and worked often at the Metropol-Theater and at the Theater im Admiralspalast of which her husband Heinz Hentschke was the director.
She didn't continue her acting career after the war and retired. She
died untimely at the age of 47 in Berlin.
Other movies with Hilde Schneider: