Liselotte Pulver Poster


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Overview (3)

Born in Berne, Switzerland
Nickname Lilo
Height 5' 5¾" (1.67 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Liselotte Pulver was born on October 11, 1929 in Berne, Switzerland. She is an actress, known for One, Two, Three (1961), Das Wirtshaus im Spessart (1958) and Lafayette (1962). She was previously married to Helmut Schmid.

Spouse (1)

Helmut Schmid (9 September 1961 - 18 July 1992) ( his death) ( 2 children)

Trade Mark (1)

Her hearty laughter

Trivia (9)

Member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1961
Lives on her mansion at Lake Geneva, Switzerland.
Named after Liselotte, Princess Palatine.
After attending acting lessons at the Conservatory in Berne, she made her stage debut at the local Stadttheater.
As her roles on Ich denke oft an Piroschka (1955) and Das Wirtshaus im Spessart (1958) made her very popular in Germany, she was type casted as funny, tomboyish woman, although she wanted too play a sex bomb more often.
Although being considered to play a leading role in Ben-Hur (1959) and El Cid (1961), she had to reject the offers because she had already signed for other projects in Germany. She later said that has been the biggest disappointment in her career.
She and her husband, Helmut Schmid, had two children: a son Marc-Tell Schmid (b.1962) and a daughter Melisande Schmid (b.1967-d.1989, committed suicide aged 22).
She was considered for the part of Josépha Cruchot in The Troops get Married (1968), eventually played by Claude Gensac.
Next to the female lead in "El Cid" (1961), Miss Pulver also lost the Esther part in "Ben-Hur" (1959) due to her contractual obligations to German/ Austrian production "Gustav Adolfs Page" (1960).

Salary (1)

A Time to Love and a Time to Die (1958) $50 .000

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