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Reinhild Schneider

Reinhild Schneider was born on August 25, 1946 in Hamburg, Germany. She is an actress, known for L'adieu aux as (1982), Eine dumme Sache (1963) and Der Schatten: Ein Märchen für Erwachsene (1963). See full bio »

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L'adieu aux as
L'adieu aux as Renate Meister
Eine dumme Sache
Die Unverbesserlichen
Die Unverbesserlichen Dagmar / Dagmar Hauser


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 1999 TKKG 5 - Verrat an TKKG (Video Game)
Lotti Schickedanz (voice)
 1982 L'adieu aux as (TV Mini-Series)
Renate Meister
 1981 Tod eines Schülers (TV Mini-Series)
- Die Lehrer (1981)
 1980 I.O.B. Spezialauftrag (TV Series)
Ursula Forbach
- Giftiger Kaffee (1980) ... Ursula Forbach (as Reinhilt Schneider)
 1974 Hamburg Transit (TV Series)
Ilse Plothe
- Die Postlady (1974) ... Ilse Plothe (as Reinhilt Schneider)
 1971 Tatort (TV Series)
- AE 612 ohne Landeerlaubnis (1971) ... Ully
 1969-1971 Die Unverbesserlichen (TV Series)
Dagmar / Dagmar Hauser
- ...und ihr Stolz (1971) ... Dagmar Hauser
- ...und die Liebe (1970) ... Dagmar (as Reinhilt Schneider)
- ...und ihre Menschenkenntnis (1969) ... Dagmar
 1963 Hafenpolizei (TV Series)
- Die Party (1963) ... Heidi
 1963 Eine dumme Sache (TV Movie)
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 1971 Sie und er im Kreuzverhör (TV Series)
- Episode #1.8 (1971) ... Herself

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Reinhilt Schneider

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