1912 - 2001
The actress Kristina Söderbaum experienced a very successful film career in Germany but her participation in some propaganda movies, among them "Jud Süss" directed by her husband Veit Harlan, led to a speedy end of her career after the war.
It all began in Stockholm where Kristina Söderbaum attended an
art study. In Sweden she also made her film debut with "Hur behandlar du
din hund? (34). Finally she went to Germany and took acting lessons.
Veit Harlan was involved in some trials against him after the war for
realising "Jud Süss" and other propaganda movies but Kristina Söderbaum
stand by him all the time.
After that she appeared seldom in front of the camera, so in "Die blonde Frau des Maharadscha" (62), "30. Januar 1945" (65), "Karl May" (74), "Let's go crazy" (88), "Das bleibt das kommt nie wieder" (92) and "Night Train to Venice" (93).
After the death of her husband in 1964 she worked as a portrait and
Other movies with Kristina Söderbaum: