Monika Dahlberg

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Monika Dahlberg
Born30 April 1936
Other namesRosemarie Rödelberger
OccupationActress, Singer
Years active1957– (film)

Monika Dahlberg (born 1936) is a German singer, film and television actress.[1]

She studied in Kiel as an actress and opera singer. In 1957 she signed a three-year contract with Constantin Film, and featured in several comedies and heimatfilm. From the 1960s onwards she increasingly appeared on television as well. Dahlberg also worked as a voice actress, dubbing foreign films for release in German market.

Her brother Wolfgang Rödelberger was a composer. She was married to the actor Klaus Kindler.

Selected filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paietta p.218

Bibliography[edit]

  • Ann C. Paietta. Teachers in the Movies: A Filmography of Depictions of Grade School, Preschool and Day Care Educators, 1890s to the Present. McFarland, 2007.

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