Claudia Pielmann

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Claudia Pielmann (born August 26, 1959 in Munich ) is a German theater and television actress .


Claudia Pielmann was discovered as a model at a young age and was employed by several transnational agencies. From 1981 to 1984 she completed an acting training with a diploma at the Otto Falckenberg School in Munich. Then she worked at the Münchner Kammerspiele , among others under the direction of Peter Zadek .

Later Pielmann also played in television productions. From 1985 to 1986 she played the role of Elfie Kronmayr in the series Lindenstrasse (episode 1-46). Claudia Pielmann also had roles in the crime series Tatort and Der Fahnder . In 2002 she made the film Wilder Kaiser - Hearts in Danger . Pielmann has a daughter.

Pielmann's mother Arlette had a love affair with Theodor W. Adorno from 1962 to 1969 . Claudia Pielmann destroyed Adorno's letters from her mother's estate.

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  3. Actress: "No penny from father for my daughter" , Hamburger Morgenpost , January 28, 2000
  4. Ina Hartwig : Arlette and her Adorno , Die Zeit , October 8, 2012