1894 - 1968
The actress Lilli Lohrer began her filmcareer in the 10s with "Der König der Unschuldigen" (14), "Lepain" (14), "Aschenbrödelchen" (15) and "Manolescu's Memoiren" (19).
Her last silent movies came in the 20s into being with "Die 999. Nacht" (20), "El Verdugo" (20), Fritz Lang's "Vier um die Frau/Kämpfende Herzen" (21), "Die Schiffbrüchigen" (22) and "Wenn Männer schweigen" (24).
Besides her activity as an actress she also appeared often as a chanson singer in cabarets, often with songs written by her second husband, the piano player Curt Bry.
She was married with the actor Richard Duschinsky in first marriage.
With the rise of the National Socialists the career of the Jew Lilli Lohrer ended in Germany.
She and her husband first went to Austria and she continued to appear in cabarets. In 1938 they emigrated via Italy to the USA where they arrived the following year.
She was not able to continue her artistic career in the USA.
movies with Lilli Lohrer: