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Lotti Huber (1912–1998)

Lotti Huber was born on October 16, 1912 in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany as Regina Rudnick. She was an actress and writer, known for Anita: Dances of Vice (1987), Neurosia: Fifty Years of Perversion (1995) and Die Alptraumfrau (1981). She was married to Norman Huber and Alec Kingaby. She died on May 31, 1998 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio »


(age 85) in Berlin, Germany

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 1998 Liebling, vergiß die Socken nicht! (TV Movie)
Anouschka Silbermann
 1996 Helden haben's schwer (TV Movie)
 1995 My Secret Summer (TV Series)
 1993 Der Showmaster (TV Movie)
Frau #2
 1992 Die Lügnerin
Frau Kapahnke
 1992 Achterbahn (TV Series)
Mona Liccini
- Schlangenliebe (1992) ... Mona Liccini
 1991 Mystery of the Keys (TV Movie)
 1991 Die glückliche Familie (TV Series)
- S.O.S. (1991)
 1989 C*A*S*H: A Political Fairy Tale
Clochard 'La Traviatia'
 1988 Er - Sie - Es
 1988 Der Weg zum Ruhm (Short)
Special guest
 1987 Anita: Dances of Vice
Frau Kutowski / Anita Berber
 1985 Küken für Kairo
Lily MacCormick
 1985 The Invincible
Mme. Orlowska
 1984 Horror Vacui
Madame C
 1983 Cherie mir ist schlecht (TV Movie)
 1982 Der Zauberberg
Extra - Patient at Hospital (uncredited)
 1981 Die Alptraumfrau
 1980 Das Traumhaus
Hausbesichtigerin (uncredited)
 1979 Confessions of a Campus Virgin
Ältere Dame auf der Tanzfläche (uncredited)
 1978 Just a Gigolo
Frau Aeckerles Freundin (uncredited)
Show Show Writer (3 credits)
Show Show Self (10 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)

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Diminutive German cabaret actress and dancer. Because of her Jewish background, she was interned in 1937 for one year in the Lichtenburg concentration camp. After an American organisation paid for her release, she emigrated to Palestine. She later worked in Cyprus, managed a London hotel and eventually returned to Berlin where she met the director Rosa von Praunheim in whose films she ... See more »

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