Karin Schubert

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Karin Schubert
Born (1944-11-26) 26 November 1944 (age 70)
Hamburg, Germany
Other names Karin Shubert
Ethnicity German
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Weight 132 lb (60 kg)

Karin Schubert (born 26 November 1944 in Hamburg, Germany) is a German actress.[1] She appeared in film roles in the 1970s before becoming a pornographic actress in the 1980s.

Cinema career[edit]

Her early roles included the spaghetti western Compañeros (1970) and Gérard Oury's film La folie des grandeurs (1971). In 1972, she appeared in the films Bluebeard, directed by Edward Dmytryk, and Yves Boisset's L'Attentat. The same year, she appeared along with Edwige Fenech and Pippo Franco in the sex comedy Ubalda, All Naked and Warm. She then started to appear in adventure films, especially with Italian actor George Eastman. The first film of this kind was a Three Musketeers spaghetti Western adaptation, Tutti per uno...botte per tutti (Three Musketeers of the West) in 1973, and she also appeared in the crime drama Rudeness (1975), and as a Russian agent in the spy film Missile X: The Neutron Bomb Incident (1978) opposite Peter Graves and Curd Jürgens. In 1975 she appeared in the hit film Black Emanuelle starring Laura Gemser which drew the attention of director Joe d'Amato, and began to take part in his erotic films, including Emanuelle Around the World in 1977 where she played Cora Norman, the counterpart of Gemser.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Karin Schubert". The New York Times. 

External links[edit]

Karin Schubert at the European Girls Adult Film Database (archive)