1909 - ?
The actress Traute Flamme was born as Traute-Franziska Hedwig-Louise Flamme in Hötensleben.
She joined the film business in 1932 where she played the role of Ilka in "Gräfin Mariza" (32) directed by Richard Oswald. To her co-stars belonged Dorothea Wieck, Hubert Marischka, Charlotte Ander, Ferdinand von Alten and Szöke Szakall.
Her appearances in front of the camera remained seldom, she normally was active on the stage.
To her other movies belong the short film "Einmal unten - einmal oben" (36) with Harry Gondi, Paul Rehkopf and Georgia Lind and after World War II the feature movies "Staatsanwältin Corda" (53) with Ingeborg Engholm, Alexander Golling, Paul Henckels and Christine Kaufmann, Harald Reinl's "Der schweigende Engel" (54) at the side of Christine Kaufmann, Robert Freitag, Albert Florath, Rolf Wanka and Alice Treff as well as "Ein Herz schlägt für Erika" (56) directed by Harald Reinl with Grethe Weiser, Christine Kaufmann, Helmuth Schneider and Gert Fröbe.