Susanne Cramer

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Susanne Cramer
Bill Bixby Susanne Cramer My Favorite Martian 1965.JPG
Cramer with Bill Bixby in My Favorite Martian, 1965.
Born (1936-12-03)3 December 1936
Frankfurt am Main
Germany
Died 7 January 1969(1969-01-07) (aged 32)
Hollywood, California
Occupation Film actor
Years active 19561969
Spouse(s) Kevin Hagen (married 1967–1969, her death)

Susanne Cramer (December 3, 1936 – January 7, 1969) was a German film and television actress.[1]

She was born in Frankfurt, Germany and died on January 7, 1969 in Hollywood, California of pneumonia, at age 32. Because of her short life, she had only 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 1964-1965, 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"). In the latter episode she played Gerta Palmer, the title character and murderer.

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