1868 - 1935
The actress Anna Müller-Lincke was a successful stage actress in the late 19th century and worked on international stages in Europe and America. She made her stage debut at the age of four at the Nationaltheater Berlin.
She got married with the composer Paul Lincke in 1893 acted under the name Anna Müller-Lincke from now on. The marriage was divorced later.
As a popular stage actress - she was among others a honorary member
of the club of Art and Science - it was a courageous step to gain a foothold
in the disapproved-of film business.
At the height of her popularity she took part in productions like "Die verflixten Junggesellen" (15), "Zofenstreiche" (15), "Drei Tage Mittelarrest" (15), "Frau Annas Pilgerfahrt" (15), "Musketier Kaczmarek" (15), "Jung muss man sein" (16) and "Der neue Herr Generaldirektor" (19).
She gradually stepped back to the second row in the 20's and impersonated
impressive support roles on the big screen.
The talkies were no problem for the experienced stage actress and she
appeared till brief to her death in popular movies like "Namensheirat"
(30), "Lumpenball" (30), "Berlin - Alexanderplatz" (31), "Arme, kleine
Eva" (31), "Kuhle Wampe oder: Wem gehört die Welt?" (32), "Der kühne
Schwimmer" (34) and "Die Liebe und die erste Eisenbahn" (34).
Other movies with Anna Müller-Lincke: