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Gertrud Meyen (1919–2012)


Gertrud Meyen was born on April 16, 1919 in Dortmund, Germany. She was an actress, known for Dr. Crippen (1942), Wenn Männer verreisen (1940) and Geheimakten Solvay (1953). She was married to Heinz Engelmann. She died in 2012. See full bio »

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(age 92)

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Known For

Dr. Crippen Lucie Talbot
(1942)
Wenn Männer verreisen Lottes Freundin Bärbele Heidinger
(1940)
Geheimakten Solvay Elisabeth Bergen
(1953)
Die barmherzige Lüge Gerda Biehler, Sekretärin
(1939)

Filmography

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 1958 Der Fall de la Roncière (TV Movie)
Baronne Aimée Morell
 1953 Der Nächste, bitte! (TV Movie)
Das Fräulein im Reitdress
 1953 Geheimakten Solvay
Elisabeth Bergen
 1952 Frauenschicksale
Betty Vogt
 1944 Ein schöner Tag
Barbara Richter
 1942 Dr. Crippen
Lucie Talbot
 1940 Wenn Männer verreisen
Lottes Freundin Bärbele Heidinger
 1939 St. John's Fire
Trude Vogelreuter
 1939 Die barmherzige Lüge
Gerda Biehler, Sekretärin
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Personal Details

Other Works:

1954: Dubbing voice of Tamara Lees in the German post-synchronized version of Mario Costa's 1953 "Perdonami!' (Verzeih mir!)

Spouse:

Heinz Engelmann
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She lived many years in Munich, but died in a retirement home in Hamburg. See more »

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