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Eva Renzi (3 November 1944 – 16 August 2005) was a German actress and the mother of Anouschka Renzi. Her father was from Denmark and her mother was French. She died of cancer at the age of 60 in Berlin.
Born Evelyn Renziehausen in Berlin, Germany, she was introduced in the British film Funeral in Berlin (1966), the second Len Deighton Harry Palmer film, as Israeli agent Samantha Steel and appeared with Michael Caine. She later featured with James Garner in the film The Pink Jungle (1968) as Alison Duquesne, and in Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1970) as Monica Ranieri.
From 1967 until 1980, she was married to Swiss actor Paul Hubschmid with whom she appeared in several films.
- That Woman (German title: Playgirl) (by Will Tremper, 1966)
- Funeral in Berlin (by Guy Hamilton, 1966)
- Le Grand Dadais (by Pierre Granier-Deferre, 1967)
- The Pink Jungle (by Delbert Mann, 1968)
- Eine Frau sucht Liebe (by Robert Azderball, 1969)
- The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (by Dario Argento, 1970)
- Taste of Excitement (by Don Sharp, 1970)
- Rendezvous with Dishonour (by Adriano Bolzoni, 1970)
- Love, Vampire Style (by Helmut Förnbacher, 1970)
- La morte risale a ieri sera (by Duccio Tessari, 1970)
- La Fille prodigue (by Jacques Doillon, 1981)
- Manuel (1986)
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