Hannelore Elsner

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Hannelore Elsner
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Hannelore Elsner in 2011
Born Hannelore Elstner
(1942-07-26) 26 July 1942 (age 72)
Burghausen, Altötting,
Bavaria, Germany
Occupation actress
Years active 1959–present
Spouse(s) G. Vespermann (1964–1966)
Alf Brustellin (1973–1981)
Uwe Carstensen (1993–2000)
Awards Bavarian Film Awards, Best Actress
2000 No Place to Go
German Film Award for Best Actress
2000 No Place to Go
2003 Mein letzter Film

Hannelore Elsner (born Hannelore Elstner on 26 July 1942 in Burghausen, Bavaria)[1] is a German actress. After finishing drama school she worked in theatres in Berlin and München. Later she starred in films and TV series such as Die Schwarzwaldklinik.[2] She is known for her role as the lead character Inspector Lea Sommer in the German detective series Die Kommissarin.[3]

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