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Anneli Granget (August 11, 1935 – April 25, 1971) was a German stage and television actress.
Granget was born in
Königsberg, East Prussia. She began her film and stage career at the end of the 1950s. For eight years, she was a member of the Nuremberg Ensemble; after 1970, she appeared there as a guest. She performed as a guest at the Nuremberg Playhouse at the Staatstheater Nürnberg, the Ruhrfestspiele in Recklinghausen and others.
Her first role on television was
Svanhild Magnussen in the five-part television movie and brought her name to the public's attention. Afterward, she primarily played leading roles, such as the role of "Trudel Baumann" in Am grünen Strand der Spree Hans Fallada's in 1962, directed by Jeder stirbt für sich allein Falk Harnack and starring Edith Schultze-Westrum and Alfred Schieske. In 1968, she played "Nurse Inge" (German: Schwester Inge) in the 13-part television miniseries, Hafenkrankenhaus. Her last television role was in 1970 in Gerhart Hauptmann's drama, Vor Sonnenuntergang, with Werner Hinz and Cordula Trantow.
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Granget was married to actor Hannes Riesenberger, with whom she shared the stage several times. They had one son. Suffering from depression, she took her life
on April 25, 1971. [1 ]
Television [ edit ]
(1960), Part 2 Am grünen Strand der Spree
Eine etwas sonderbare Dame (1960), with Brigitte Horney
Unseliger Sommer (1961), with Ullrich Haupt
Anfrage (1962), directed by Egon Monk
Nachruf auf Jürgen Trahnke (1962), directed by Rolf Hädrich, with Ernst Jacobi
(1962), directed by Jeder stirbt für sich allein Falk Harnack
Der Schatten (1963)
Die Gerechten (1964), with Christoph Bantzer
Briefe der Liebe: Goethe und Bettina (1965)
Ankunft bei Nacht (Verwehte Spuren) (1965)
Im Jahre Neun(1966), with Gerd Baltus and Hans Söhnker
Hafenkrankenhaus (1968), with Rolf Schimpf
Der Punkt »M« (1969)
(1970), with Vor Sonnenuntergang Werner Hinz, Cordula Trantow, Doris Schade
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