Ursula Strätz

Actress - Germany
Born 1940 in circa

Ursula Strätz was born circa in 1940 in circa. She is a German Actress, known for Theo gegen den Rest der Welt (1980), Adele Spitzeder (1972), Nirgendwo ist Poenichen (1985), Ursula Strätz's first movie on record is from 1972. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1997.

Ursula Strätz Filmography [Auszug]
1997: [/ /1] Fette Welt (Fat World) (Cast), Directed by Jan Schütte, with Sibylle Canonica, ,
1985: [03.05] Nirgendwo ist Poenichen (Cast: Wiebke), Directed by Rolf Hädrich, with Ellen Schwiers, Michael Tregor,
1982: [/ /1] Grenzenlos (Cast), Directed by Josef Rödl, with Therese Affolter, Antonia Rödl,
1980: [] Theo gegen den Rest der Welt (Theo against the rest of the world) (Cast: Mutter Camper), Directed by Peter F. Bringmann, with , Trudi Roth, Marius Müller-Westernhagen,
1972: [/ /1] Adele Spitzeder (Cast: Emilie), Directed by Peer Raben, with Monica Bleibtreu, Ingrid Caven, Ruth Drexel,
1972: [/ /1] Ludwig II. Requiem für einen jungfräulichen König (Cast), Directed by Hans-Jürgen Syberberg, with Harry Baer, Ingrid Caven, Sigi Graue,

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