1897 - 1948
The actress Margarete Sachse joined the film business at the end of the 20s and she took part in the silent movies "Flucht vor Blond" (28) and "Ich hab mein Herz im Autobus verloren" (29).
In the sound film of the 30s she played numerous support roles in well-known productions like "Va Banque" (30), "Emil und die Detektive" (41), "Jonny stiehlt Europa" (32), "Ein Unsichtbarer geht durch die Stadt" (33), "La Paloma" (34), "Münchhausens neuestes Abenteuer" (36) and "Der Mann, der nicht nein sagen kann" (38).
Her last cinematical works came during World War II into being with "U-Boote westwärts!" (41) and "Die schwarze Robe" (44).
After the war, Margarete Sachse was accused of having worked as an agent for a foreign secret service. The USSR Ministry of the Interior (MWD) arrested her and she was sent to the Sachsenhausen special camp in 1947. There she died a year later, allegedly of blood poisoning.