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Then she started a successful concert and Hildegard Knef Hildegard Knef career. Knef had acted in at least 30 films in the United States and Europe, but her triumph was in New York when Hildegard Knef Hildegard Knef performed the role of Ninotchka, an unemotional Soviet commissar. The book doesn't try to persuade the public depicting a made up celebrity's adventures. Vom 7. Namespaces Article Talk. Her successful singing career started in the s once her film career was not going very well. She performed in television shows such as in episodes of Scarecrow and Mrs.

Fans around the world rallied in her support as she defeated cancer several times. She returned to Berlin after the reunification. In her peak, entertainment columnist called her the ""willowy blonde" who had "dusty voice" and "generous mouth". She is also known for her version of the song "Ich hab noch einen Koffer in Berlin" "I still have a suitcase in Berlin" and "Mackie Messer" "Mack the knife". She launched 23 original albums which counted for different songs.

She wrote by herself of the lyrics. She published several books. Her autobiography Der geschenkte Gaul: Bericht aus einem Leben The Gift Horse: Report on a Life , was a candid recount of her life in Germany during and after the Second World War , and reportedly became the best-selling German book in the post-war years. Her second book Das Urteil The Verdict , was a moderate success, and dealt with her struggle with breast cancer. Knef not only achieved international best-seller status, her books were also widely praised by critics because her autobiographies were "better-than-the-average celebrity's".

Arthur Cooper of Newsweek claimed that the way in which Knef accounted in The Gift Horse: Report on a Life her childhood and difficult life being an actress and singer while living in Hitler's Berlin and after the war in Europe and America, was "a bitterly honest book and a very good one". The book doesn't try to persuade the public depicting a made up celebrity's adventures.

It seems a book that tells the real life of Knef. It refers to her struggles as a German woman who grew up in Berlin under the Nazis. In The Verdict which was also translated by Palastanga, Knef looked at her life in another perspective because she knew that she had cancer.

Rachel MacKenzie wrote that Knef had her 56th operation, a mastectomy, in Salzburg on 10 August MacKenzie stated that from that cancer surgery, life had to be thought of in terms of pre-verdict and post-verdict. The book is divided in these two sections but they are not chronologically ordered because Knef wrote the two sections in a way that the reader is moved forward and backward in time and space. During her career, she performed in over 50 films. She was married three times and divorced twice.

He was a U. They got divorced in The second time she married the actor and record producer David Anthony Palastanga, on 30 June Knef had a daughter with him. They named her Christina Antonia. She attended public schools in Germany. Knef died in Berlin to where she moved after German reunification. Knef smoked heavily for most of her life and suffered from emphysema. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

German actress, singer and writer. For Knef's self-titled album, see Knef album. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in German. August Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the German article. Machine translation like Deepl or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia.

Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article.

You must provide copyright attribution in the edit summary accompanying your translation by providing an interlanguage link to the source of your translation. A model attribution edit summary using German : Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at [[:de:Exact name of German article]]; see its history for attribution. For more guidance, see Wikipedia:Translation. Berlin , Germany. The New York Times.

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In the s, Knef took a break from acting and started writing song lyrics. Then she started a successful concert and recording career. Fans around the world rallied in her support as she defeated cancer several times. She returned to Berlin after the reunification. In her peak, entertainment columnist called her the ""willowy blonde" who had "dusty voice" and "generous mouth". She is also known for her version of the song "Ich hab noch einen Koffer in Berlin" "I still have a suitcase in Berlin" and "Mackie Messer" "Mack the knife".

She launched 23 original albums which counted for different songs. She wrote by herself of the lyrics. She published several books. Her autobiography Der geschenkte Gaul: Bericht aus einem Leben The Gift Horse: Report on a Life , was a candid recount of her life in Germany during and after the Second World War , and reportedly became the best-selling German book in the post-war years.

Her second book Das Urteil The Verdict , was a moderate success, and dealt with her struggle with breast cancer. Knef not only achieved international best-seller status, her books were also widely praised by critics because her autobiographies were "better-than-the-average celebrity's".

Arthur Cooper of Newsweek claimed that the way in which Knef accounted in The Gift Horse: Report on a Life her childhood and difficult life being an actress and singer while living in Hitler's Berlin and after the war in Europe and America, was "a bitterly honest book and a very good one".

The book doesn't try to persuade the public depicting a made up celebrity's adventures. It seems a book that tells the real life of Knef. It refers to her struggles as a German woman who grew up in Berlin under the Nazis.

In The Verdict which was also translated by Palastanga, Knef looked at her life in another perspective because she knew that she had cancer. Rachel MacKenzie wrote that Knef had her 56th operation, a mastectomy, in Salzburg on 10 August MacKenzie stated that from that cancer surgery, life had to be thought of in terms of pre-verdict and post-verdict.

The book is divided in these two sections but they are not chronologically ordered because Knef wrote the two sections in a way that the reader is moved forward and backward in time and space. During her career, she performed in over 50 films. She was married three times and divorced twice. He was a U. They got divorced in The second time she married the actor and record producer David Anthony Palastanga, on 30 June Knef had a daughter with him.

They named her Christina Antonia. She attended public schools in Germany. Knef died in Berlin to where she moved after German reunification. Knef smoked heavily for most of her life and suffered from emphysema. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. German actress, singer and writer. For Knef's self-titled album, see Knef album. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in German.

August Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the German article. Machine translation like Deepl or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia.

Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. You must provide copyright attribution in the edit summary accompanying your translation by providing an interlanguage link to the source of your translation.

A model attribution edit summary using German : Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at [[:de:Exact name of German article]]; see its history for attribution.

For more guidance, see Wikipedia:Translation. Berlin , Germany. The New York Times. Auch die Schallplatte verkaufte sich in den USA sehr gut. Die Single Er war nie ein Kavalier wurde zu einem Verkaufserfolg. Im selben Jahr kam es zu ihrer ersten Konzerttournee. Sie selbst schwebte kurzzeitig in Lebensgefahr. Sie trat mit erstklassigen Begleitbands z. Im selben Jahr wurde sie nach 14 Ehejahren von David Cameron geschieden.

Ab verkauften sich ihre Platten nur mehr schleppend. Verwundert wurde noch zur Kenntnis genommen, dass ihr die Presse in L. Sie war ein Achtungserfolg und konnte sich in den Charts platzieren; etwas, was ihr seit nicht mehr gelungen war. Nach einem monatelangen Krankenhausaufenthalt infolge eines Lungenkollapses erhielt sie am Am Vom 7.

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