Magda Schneider Net Worth

Magda Schneider was born on May 17, 1909 in  Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany, Germany, is Actress, Soundtrack. Magda Schneider was born on 17 May 1909 in Augsburg, Germany and a singer, stage and film actress. After her graduation at a monastery school, she studied stenography and office management at a business school, but also attended ballet lessons and art courses at the Augsburg School of Music. Six months later, she gave her stage debut as soubrette at the Gärtnerplatz- Theater in Munich and was discovered by Ernst Marischka, who offered her a role at the Theater an der Wien in Vienna. After her film debut Boykott (1930), she was type casted as the simple girl, dreaming of a happy life in movies such as Zwei in einem Auto (1932) or Ein Mädel wirbelt durch die Welt (1934). In 1933, she got to know Wolf Albach-Retty, whom she married four years later. Their children Rosemarie (aka Romy Schneider) and Wolf-Dieter were born in 1938 and 1941, but they divorced in 1945. After World War II, she appeared on stage and screen again, but was better known as ambitious mother, who urged on the career of her daughter Romy. In the 1950s, she played her mother or aunt in several movies such as Wenn der weiße Flieder wieder blüht (1953) or Sissi (1955). In the last years of her life, she had to bear the death of her grandson David in 1981 and her daughter Romy in 1982. She died on 30 July 1996 in Berchtesgaden, Germany.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Soundtrack
Birth Day May 17, 1909
Birth Place  Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany, Germany
Age 111 YEARS OLD
Died On 30 July 1996(1996-07-30) (aged 87)\nSchönau am Königsee, Bavaria, Germany
Birth Sign Gemini
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Wolf Albach-Retty (1937–1945) Hans Herbert Blatzheim (1953–1968) Horst Fehlhaber (1982–1996)
Children Romy Schneider (1938–1982) Wolf-Dieter Albach (born 1941)

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Biography/Timeline

1930

Magdalena Schneider was born in Augsburg, Bavaria, the daughter of an installer. She attended a Catholic girls' school and a commercial college, thereafter she worked as a stenographer in a grain store. At the same time, Schneider studied singing at the Leopold Mozart Conservatory in Augsburg and ballet at the municipal theater. She made her stage debut at the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz in Munich. Schneider drew the attention of the Austrian Director Ernst Marischka who called her to the Theater an der Wien in Vienna, and in 1930 gave Schneider her first film role.

1933

While filming in 1933, Schneider met her Future husband, the Austrian actor Wolf Albach-Retty. The couple married in 1937 and had two children: Rose Marie Magdalena, called Romy, and Wolf-Dieter, later a surgeon, born in 1941. During World War II, Schneider lived in the Bavarian Alps near Hitler's retreat in the Obersalzberg above Berchtesgaden. Schneider was a guest of Hitler's, who declared that she was his favorite Actress. Later she and Albach-Retty separated and the marriage ended in divorce in 1945.

1948

After the war, offers for movies initially were few. Schneider again began filming in 1948 and promoted her daughter's career with the joint appearance in the 1953 film When the White Lilacs Bloom Again directed by Hans Deppe, a typical 1950s Heimatfilm which was the film debut of 14-year-old Romy Schneider. In the same Magda Schneider married the Cologne restaurant owner Hans Herbert Blatzheim.

1958

Magda Schneider arranged further appearances with her daughter in several movies such as Mädchenjahre einer Königin (Victoria in Dover), the films of the Sissi trilogy based on the life of Empress Elisabeth of Austria, with Romy Schneider starring in the title role and Magda Schneider playing the role of her mother Princess Ludovika of Bavaria, and in the 1958 film Die Halbzarte (Eva). Magda Schneider's role in the 1933 film Liebelei was also played by her daughter, Romy Schneider, in the 1958 remake Christine.

1960

In the 1960s, Magda Schneider also starred in TV series. She died in 1996 at her house in Schönau near Berchtesgaden, Bavaria.