Christiane Maybach (1932–2006) was a German film and television actress. She became known as "Berlin's Marilyn Monroe" due to work in films from the 1950s to the 1970s. She continued to act in television roles until shortly before her death in 2006.
|Born||14 March 1932|
|Died||12 April 2006|
|Other names||Uschi Müller|
|Years active||1951–2005 (film & TV)|
Maybach was born in Berlin, Germany on March 14, 1932, was educated at the acting school of the Schillertheater beginning in 1956, and worked on the stage before becoming a film actress during the 1950s, a career she continued to pursue until the 1970s. She then continued her acting career on television, performing until shortly before her death. She died in Cologne, Germany on April 12, 2006.
- I Lost My Heart in Heidelberg (1952)
- Fireworks (1954)
- The Girl Without Pyjamas (1957)
- Two Bavarians in the Harem (1957)
- Stefanie (1958)
- Axel Munthe, The Doctor of San Michele (1962)
- That Man in Istanbul (1965)
- A Study in Terror (1965) - Polly Nichols
- Z7 Operation Rembrandt (1966)
- The Bordello (1971) - Tilly
- $ (1971) - Helga
- Naughty Nymphs (1972) - Tante Lilofee
- All People Will Be Brothers (1973) - Die Rote
- Fox and His Friends (1975) - Hedwig
- Satan's Brew (1976) - Agentin, Agentur Milutinovic
- Game of Losers (1978) - Frau Holle
- Just a Gigolo (1978) - Gilda
- Die unglaublichen Abenteuer des Guru Jakob (1983) - Gräfin Falkenberg
- Die Story (1984) - Verlegerin
- Das Wunder (1985) - Raoul's mother
- Die Venusfalle (1988)
- Kalta p.298
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- David Kalat. The Strange Case of Dr. Mabuse: A Study of the Twelve Films and Five. McFarland, 2005.