Susanne Cramer Net Worth

Susanne Cramer was born on December 03, 1936 in  Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Germany, is Actress. Susanne apparently had a tumultuous private life. She married actor Hermann Nehlsen in 1956. Apparently that did not go well, as she tried to commit suicide twice in 1957 and was soon divorced. In 1958, she married actor Helmuth Lohner and was divorced five months later. She married Helmut a second time, which produced a child, daughter Konstanze Lohner. But a second divorce soon followed. In 1966, she married actor Kevin Hagen. Soon after, she left for Munich, Germany to visit her friend, Renate Ewert, whom she found dead. Reports were anywhere from six days to three weeks. In late 1968, she entered a private clinic in Hollywood, never to emerge, as she died on January 7, 1969. There were reports of a medical malpractice.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day December 03, 1936
Birth Place  Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Germany
Age 84 YEARS OLD
Died On 7 January 1969(1969-01-07) (aged 32)\nHollywood, California, U.S.
Birth Sign Capricorn
Cause of death pneumonia
Resting place Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Occupation Actress
Years active 1956–1969
Spouse(s) Hermann Nehlsen (1956 - 1957) (divorced) Helmuth Lohner (1957 - 1958) (divorced) (1 child) Allan A. Buckhantz (m. 1961) Kevin Hagen (married 1967–1969, her death)
Children Konstanze Lohner (b. 1959)

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Biography/Timeline

1963

Cramer had a six-year career in American television, starting with a 1963 episode of The Dakotas, and ending with a 1969 episode of The Guns of Will Sonnett. In between, she was in 24 other television roles. Among them were two appearances on The Rogues in 1964, two appearances on the Kraft Suspense Theater in 1965, two appearances on Burke's Law in 1964-65, and two appearances on The Man from U.N.C.L.E.. She also made appearances in 1964 and 1965 on two episodes of Perry Mason ("The Case of a Place Called Midnight" and "The Case of the Fugitive Fraulein").