1870 - 1942
The actor Victor Senger was born as the son of the actor Alexander Senger and the actress Maria Senger.
Still he first finished a commercial training and he worked in this function for the next three years.
When he went to the USA where he lived for a while he entered the world of the theater and he made his stage debut at the Irving Place Theatre in New York. It followed other engagements within the USA.
When he returned to Germany he continued his stage career and he got engagements in different cities, among them Freiburg, Berlin, Hanover and Meiningen.
After a successful tour through Europe he went to the Schauspielhaus in Munich where he remained active for several years.
Victor Senger entered the film business in the middle of the 10s and he impersonated first roles in "Lepain, der König der Unschuldigen" (14), "Die schwarze Nelke" (15) and "Mutter und Kind" (16).
He soon became established as a movie actor in the took part in productions like "Die Memoiren des Satans" (17), "Der Weg ins Freie" (18), "Das Kainzeichen" (18), "Europa postlagernd" (18), "Kinder der Liebe" (19) and "Entfesselte Leidenschaften" (19) in the next years.
In the 20s followed other silent movie appearances like "Johann Baptiste Lingg" (20), "Madame Récamier" (20), "Mignon" (22), "Steuerlos" (24), "Bismarck, 1. Teil" (25), "Bismarck 1862-1898" (27) and "Der alte Fritz, 1. Teil: Friede" (28).
With the rise of the sound film came his film career to an end. He only acted in few more movies like "Das Schicksal der Renate Langen" (31) and "Der letzte Walzer" (34).
Victor Senger was married with the actress Gisela Fischer. His brother Heinz Senger became an actor too.