|Died||7 November 1974 85) (aged|
|Other names||Helen Thimig|
|Occupation||Film actress |
|Years active||1932–1972 (film)|
|Spouse(s)||Max Reinhardt (1935–1943; his death)|
Thimig was married to the stage impresario Max Reinhardt from 1935 until his death in 1943. Thimig went into exile in the United States during the Nazi era, but returned to Europe after World War II. She died in her native Vienna in 1974 of heart failure. She was cremated at Feuerhalle Simmering; her ashes are now buried in Neustifter Friedhof in Vienna.
- Man Without a Name (1932) - Eva-Maria Sander
- The Gay Sisters (1942) - Saskia
- The Moon Is Down (1943) - Annie (uncredited)
- Edge of Darkness (1943) - Mrs. Frida Malken (uncredited)
- The Hitler Gang (1944) - Angela Raubal
- The Seventh Cross (1944) - Frau Anders (uncredited)
- Strangers in the Night (1944) - Mrs. Hilda Blake
- The Master Race (1944) - Matalie Rudan - George's Mother (uncredited)
- None But the Lonely Heart (1944) - Sister Nurse (uncredited)
- Roughly Speaking (1945) - Olga - Maid (uncredited)
- Hotel Berlin (1945) - Frau Sarah Baruch
- Isle of the Dead (1945) - Madame Kyra
- This Love of Ours (1945) - Mrs. Tucker
- Cloak and Dagger (1946) - Katerin Lodor
- The Locket (1946) - Mrs. Monks
- High Conquest (1947) - Frau Oberwalder
- Cry Wolf (1947) - Marta
- Das unsterbliche Antlitz (1947) - Henriette Feuerbach, seine Schwiegermutter
- Escape Me Never (1947) - The Landlady
- Gottes Engel sind überall (1948) - Eine Dame in Grau
- The Angel with the Trumpet (1948) - Gretel Paskiewicz, geb. Alt
- Die Stimme Österreichs (1949) - Herself
- Decision Before Dawn (1951) - Fräulein Paula Schneider
- Undine (1955, TV movie)
- Das Mädchen vom Pfarrhof (1955) - Gerber-Leni, Sepps Mutter
- Winter in the Woods (1956) - Baronin Henny
- Die Magd von Heiligenblut (1956) - Kraeuter-Vetti
- Funken in der Asche (1962, TV movie) - Helene Langer
- Johann Wolfgang (1969, TV movie)
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