Romy Schneider was a German-French actress. She began her career in the German Heimatfilm genre in the early 1950s when she was 15. From 1955 to 1957, she played the central character of Empress Elisabeth of Austria in the Austrian Sissi trilogy, and later reprised the role in a more mature version in Visconti's Ludwig. Schneider moved to France, where she made successful and critically acclaimed films with some of the most notable film directors of that era.
|Born:||Rosemarie Magdalena Albach, September 23, 1938, Vienna, Austria|
|Died:||May 29, 1982, Paris, France|
|Burial place:||Boissy-sans-Avoir, Yvelines, France|
|Partner(s):||Alain Delon (1959–1963), Laurent Pétin (1981–1982)|
|Children:||David Christopher Haubenstock, Sarah Biasini|
|Parent(s):||Wolf Albach-Retty, Magda Schneider|
|Relatives:||Rosa Albach-Retty (grandmother)|
|IMDb:||Romy Schneider's IMDb|
About Romy Schneider
She portrayed Elisabeth of Austria in the historical film Ludwig, which was directed by Luchino Visconti. Her role as Empress Elisabeth in Sissi bolstered her fame.
She appeared in the film When the White Lilacs Bloom Again when she was fifteen years old.
She played the role of Marie in the French drama, A Simple Story.
She had two children and was married twice; her last marriage was to Daniel Biasini in 1975.
She was in the film Boccaccio '70, which was directed by Luchino Visconti.
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- Actresses from Vienna
- French stage actresses
- 20th-century German actresses
- 20th-century French actresses