1915 - 1980
The actress Charlotte Witthauer joined the theater in Oberhausen in 1932 after an acting education at the Max-Reinhardt-Schule in Berlin. There she made her stage debut in 1932.
After engagements at other German theaters she became a member of the ensemble of the Staatstheater Berlin in 1936 where she remained till 1944.
She already came in contact with the film business at the age of 16 when she appeared in the production "Mädchen in Uniform" (31).
But her real film career started at the end of the 30's and she took part in movies like "Du und ich" (38), "Lauter Lügen" (38), "Die gute Sieben" (40), "Liebesbriefe" (44) and "Eine Frau für drei Tage" (44).
She continued her acting career at the theater and in film and TV after the war.
When she acted mainly in Hamburg and Munich on stages she appeared in numerous movies like "Diese Nacht vergess ich nie" (49), "Muss man sich gleich scheiden lassen?" (53), "Der letzte Mann" (55), "Unsere kleine Stadt" (61), "Der wahre Jakob" (65), an episode of the serial "Der Komissar: Toter Herr im Regen" (69), "Betragen ungenügend" (72) as the wife of Theo Lingenand "1+1=3" (79).
Besides her activity as an actress she also was busy as a speaker for the radio as well as a dubbing speaker.
Charlotte Witthauer was married with the actor and director Hans Quest. Her son Christoph Quest became also an actor.
Other movies with Charlotte Witthauer: