Liselotte Pulver / Actress, Switzerland
Liselotte Pulver was born on 11.10.1929 in Bern. After graduation, she first worked as a mannequin and took private acting lessons with Margarethe Noé of Nordberg, the mother of Maria and Maximillian Schell. After graduation from the Bern Conservatory she appeared at the Stadttheater in Bern and at the Schauspielhaus in Zurich. On the side of Hans Albers and Adrian Hoven she debuted in 1950 in the film “The White Hell of Pitz Palu”. Her breakthrough came through the part of Vreneli in the feature films “Ueli, the Farmhand (1954)” and “Ueli, the Tenant (1956)”. In the 1950s and 1960s, she developed into one of the most popular actresses in German-speaking countries.
Among her great successes were “I Often Think of Piroschka (1955)”, “The Zurich Engagement (1957)”, “The Spessart Inn (1958)” and “Kohlhiesel’s Daughters (1962)”. Her international productions were also very successful, for example in the Remarque adaptation “Time to live, time to die (1958)” by Douglas Sirk or in the successful French production “Arsène Lupine, the Million Thief (1957)”. Legendary her performance as blond miracle “Fraulein Ingeborg” in Billy Wilder’s “One, two, three (1961)”. From 1962 until his death in 1992, she was married to actor Helmut Schmid.