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Juliane Rautenberg

Juliane Rautenberg was born in 1966 in Berlin, Germany. She is an actress, known for Die Wicherts von nebenan (1986) and Derrick (1974). See full bio »

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Congratulations to Rachel Brosnahan on Her Golden Globes Nomination

Rachel Brosnahan garnered a Golden Globes nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series (Musical or Comedy) for her role in the Prime Original series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." Check out the trailer for the show and browse our Golden Globes Guide for the full list of nominees.

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Die Wicherts von nebenan
Die Wicherts von nebenan Elke Wichert geb. Dreher / Elke / Elke Dreher
Derrick Doris Stein / Hanna Berger / Isolde Rossky / Marta Killich / Susanne Zinser


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 1991-1994 Derrick (TV Series)
Marta Killich / Doris Stein / Hanna Berger / ...
- Ein sehr ehrenwerter Herr (1994) ... Marta Killich
- Die seltsame Sache Liebe (1993) ... Doris Stein
- Kein teurer Toter (1992) ... Hanna Berger
- Der stille Mord (1992) ... Susanne Zinser
- Isoldes tote Freunde (1991) ... Isolde Rossky
 1989-1991 Die Wicherts von nebenan (TV Series)
Elke Wichert geb. Dreher / Elke / Elke Dreher
- Unser Nachbar Meisel (1991) ... Elke Wichert geb. Dreher
- Eifersucht und ihre Folgen (1991) ... Elke Wichert geb. Dreher
- Der neue Lehrling (1991) ... Elke Wichert geb. Dreher
- Prüfungen (1991) ... Elke Wichert geb. Dreher
- Die diebische Elster (1991) ... Elke Wichert geb. Dreher

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