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Ursula Karusseit

Ursula Karusseit

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Birthday: Aug 2, 1939

Birthplace: Elbing, East Prussia, Germany

German actress Ursula Karusseit has led a prolific, decades-spanning career, appearing in dozens of television productions along with the occasional film. Beginning TV work during the 1960s, Karusseit was featured in the miniseries "Wege übers Land," a period piece about rural peasant life during World War II and its aftermath. In 1971, she appeared in the comedy "Der Arzt wider Willen" by Swiss filmmaker Benno Besson, who was her husband at the time, and she later turned up in another comedy, "The Naked Man in the Stadium." During the late '70s, Karusseit was in a series of TV movies, including "Pinselheinrich," a biopic about the renowned German artist Heinrich Zille, and she continued to be active on television throughout the 1980s, appearing in productions set in her homeland, the region known as East Prussia, which would become part of Poland after the fall of communism. In 1987, she was featured in five episodes of the short-lived series "Einzug ins Paradies," which focused on the lives of various residents of an Eastern Bloc apartment building, and, the following year, she played the lead in "Mutter Courage und ihre Kinder," a made-for-TV adaptation of the Bertolt Brecht play "Mother Courage and Her Children." Keeping busy into the 1990s and beyond, Karusseit portrayed a recurring role in the crime series "Der letzte Zeuge," and, most famously, she played the part of Charlotte Gauss on the popular medical drama "In aller Freundschaft," appearing in almost every episode of long-running series.



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