Angelika Hauff

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Angelika Hauff (1922–1983) was an Austrian stage and film actress. She worked prolifically as a film actress in the immediate aftermath of the Second World War appearing in the lead roles in several successful films that included The Marriage of Figaro and Dark Eyes (1951).[1] A versatile actor, she appeared in a variety of cinematic genres in Germany and Austria and attained international recognition in French, English and Italian films. She was a preeminent stage actress with the prestigious Vienna Burgtheatre portraying classic German language roles and being awarded the highest acting honours.

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Angelika Hauff
Born(1922-12-15)15 December 1922
Died3 December 1983(1983-12-03) (aged 60)
Vienna, Austria
Other namesAlice Paula Marie Suchanek
Years active1943 - 1980 (film)