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Wanda Rotha (1901–1982)

Wanda Rotha was born on March 12, 1901 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary as Wanda Rotter. She was an actress, known for Mrs. Fitzherbert (1947), Hamlet (1960) and Täter gesucht (1931). She died on August 5, 1982 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 81) in London, England, UK

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Mrs. Fitzherbert
Mrs. Fitzherbert Princess Caroline of Brunswick
Hamlet Gertrude
Täter gesucht
Täter gesucht Lilly Meißner
Circus World
Circus World Mrs. Schuman


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 1964 Circus World
Mrs. Schuman
 1964 Legende einer Liebe (TV Movie)
 1960 Hamlet (TV Movie)
 1957 Der tolle Bomberg
 1957 Destination Downing Street (TV Series)
Frau Kohne
- Two Faces East: Part 3 (1957) ... Frau Kohne
- Two Faces East: Part 2 (1957) ... Frau Kohne
- Two Faces East: Part 1 (1957) ... Frau Kohne
 1955 Secret File, U.S.A. (TV Series)
Dr. Lang
- Mission Firebird (1955) ... Dr. Lang
 1953 Saadia
 1947 Mrs. Fitzherbert
Princess Caroline of Brunswick
 1931 Wo wohne ich gut und billig (Short) (as Wanda Rotter)
 1931 Täter gesucht
Lilly Meißner (as Wanda Rotter)

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She acted in Katriona and Elizabeth Sprigge's play, "Elisabeth of Austria," at the Garrick Theatre in London, England with Gyles Isham, Richard Ainley, David King-Wood, and Charles Hickman in the cast. Campbell Gullan was director. See more »

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Wanda Rotter

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