Emma Wiehe

Portrait Emma WieheActress - Danmark
Born June 30, 1864
Died May 5, 1949

Mini-Biography:
Emma Wiehe was born under the given name Emma Albrecht on June 30, 1864. She was a Danish Actress, known for Blade af Satans Bog (1919), Den farlige leg (1911), Hotel Paradis (1917), Emma Wiehe's first movie on record is from 1911. She was married to Jacques Wiehe. Emma Wiehe died on May 5, 1949. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1919.

Emma Wiehe Filmography [Auszug]
1919: [01.24] Blade af Satans Bog (Leaves from Satan's Book) (Cast: Episode 3), Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer, with Helge Nissen, , Halvard Hoff,
1919: [12.22] Lykkelandet (The land of fortune) (Cast: Mrs. Longley, Ysondes tante), Directed by Emanuel Gregers, with Gunnar Tolnæs, Gerhard Jessen, Elisabeth Frederiksen,
1917: [12.30] Hendes Moders Løfte (Cast: von Lenzos hustru), Directed by Holger-Madsen, with , ,
1917: [10.10] Hotel Paradis (Hotel Paradiso, Hotel 'Paradise', Hotell 'Paradiset', Hotel 'Paradis') (Cast: Fru von Krakow), Directed by Robert Dinesen, with Peter Fjelstrup, Ebba Thomsen, ,
1915: [06.07] Dødssejleren (Cast: Mrs. Bedford), Directed by N. N., with , Knud Rassow, ,
1914: [05.11] Tiger-Komtessen (Cast: Jeans moder), Directed by N. N., with Ella la Cour, Adolf Tronier Funder, ,
1911: [09.10] Den farlige leg (Cast: Madam Petersen, gæstgiverfrue), Directed by Alfred Lind, with Johannes Meyer, ,

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