1874 - 1941
The actress Tini Senders launched a successful stage career and she was engaged at different German theaters.
From 1922 she also took part in some silent movies sporadically, to these movies belong "Genoneva" (22) with Franz Höbling and Werner Schott, "Der Lumpensammler von Paris" (22) with Franz Herterich and Olaf Fjord, "Das Spiel ist aus" (22) with Ludwig Hartau as well as Friedrich Feher's "Die Memoiren eines Mönchs" (22) with Magda Sonja, Max Neufeld and Friedrich Feher.
To her few more movies belong "Der Sohn des Galeerensträflings" (23) with Magda Sonja and Oskar Sima - again directed by Friedrich Feher and finally "Tingel Tangel" (27) directec by Gustav Ucicky with Dolly Davis, Paul Hartmann, Igo Sym and Rudolf Klein-Rogge.
Her main focus remained at the theater where she was able to work successfully till to the 30s.
With the rise of the National Socialists her stage career came to an end because as a Jew she was not allowed to work any longer.