Adelheid Arndt

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Adelheid Arndt (born 3 January 1952, in Heidelberg) is a German actress.

Life[edit]

The daughter of a chemist and a teacher after graduation, she first studied ethnology in Berlin and graduated there from 1973 to 1977 from acting school.

She started her acting career at the Grips-Theater 1976 and received a role in the film Der Mädchenkrieg (de), set in Prague during the period between 1936 and 1946. For her leading role in the film 1+1=3 (1979), in which she represented a pregnant woman between two men, she received a German Film Award, the Ernst Lubitsch Award and a Grand Prix at IFF Montreal.

The versatile actress appeared in the 80s in several television films and series, and collaborated actively in the ZDF Children's Series Quadriga, for which she earned a prize from the European Union.

In the 90s they turned next to their work in television again especially the theater.

Adelheid Arndt has a daughter named Johanna (1984).

Filmography[edit]

  • 1977: Der Mädchenkrieg (de)
  • 1977: Tagebuch des Verführers (TV film)
  • 1978: Ein unruhiges Jahr (TV film)
  • 1978: Martha und Laura auf See (TV film)
  • 1979: Der Landvogt von Greifensee
  • 1979: 1+1=3
  • 1979: Flugversuche (TV film)
  • 1980: Kannst du zaubern, Opa? (TV play)
  • 1981: Geld oder Leben (TV film)
  • 1982: Ein Fall für zwei: Partner (TV)
  • 1983: Melzer (TV film)
  • 1984: Wanda (TV film)
  • 1984: Chinese Boxes
  • 1984: L.A.U.R.A.
  • 1984: Drei Damen vom Grill (TV series, 3 episodes)
  • 1985: Die Praxis der Liebe
  • 1985: Geteiltes Land (short film)
  • 1986: Rosa Luxemburg
  • 1986: Wiedergefundene Zeit (TV film)
  • 1986: Der Prinz (TV film)
  • 1987: Smaragd (TV film)
  • 1987: Herz mit Löffel
  • 1988: Peter Strohm: Reihe 7, Grab 4 (TV)
  • 1988-2003: Siebenstein (TV series)
  • 1989: Ein Fall für zwei: Tod im Schlafsack (TV)
  • 1989: Der blaue Mond
  • 1989: Bismarck (TV miniseries)
  • 1990: Ein Fall für zwei: Schwarze Schafe (TV)
  • 1992: Die Heiratsschwindlerin (TV film)
  • 1993-1994: Macht der Leidenschaft (TV series)
  • 1993: Eurocops: Alte Freunde (TV)
  • 1994: Border Crossing (TV film)
  • 1994: Wolffs Revier: Gesühnt (TV)
  • 1999: Federmann (TV film)

Awards[edit]

  • German Film Awards: Film Ribbon in Gold (actress) for "1 + 1 = 3"
  • Ernst Lubitsch - Prize for 1 + 1 = 3 "
  • Grand Prix de Montreal for "1 + 1 = 3"
  • Federal Awards for "The girl war," "Divided country" and "Rosa Luxembourg"
  • "Prix Niki" (prize of the EU) "Quadriga"
  • "Golden Sparrow" (German Youth Television) for "Quadriga", 1997

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