Eva Probst

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Eva Probst (born April 21, 1930 in Berlin - Kreuzberg ; † November 19, 2018 in Berlin) was a German actress .

Her full maiden name was Eva Irene Probst; her father was an administrative inspector by profession. In 1954 she married the actor Gerhard Riedmann in Muggendorf , Upper Franconia , from whom she divorced in 1960 and from whom she had a daughter.

The stage actress Probst was best known as a film star in the 1950s , where she was often seen on the screen and also on television. After a supporting role as Bärbel in the successful film adaptation of the fairy tale The Cold Heart (1950), she achieved her breakthrough as a film actress in 1952 with the female lead in I lost my heart in Heidelberg . She then appeared in other homeland films, for example in Hans Deppe's film Son Without a Home in the role of Lore Hartmann .

A younger television audience was it 1992-1993 as Elizabeth Meinhardt 's girlfriend Jessica Naumann in RTL - TV series Gute Zeiten known that she played several years. She took on other television appearances in the series Achterbahn (1992) and in the 1960s in the series You write with . In the 1990s she increasingly withdrew from acting.

Eva Probst lived for a long time in Berlin-Wilmersdorf in the Berlin artists' colony . Most recently she lived in a retirement home, where she died in November 2018 at the age of 88.

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  1. Film star Eva Probst has died. In: evening newspaper . November 26, 2018. Retrieved November 26, 2018 .
  2. Heimatfilm legend Eva Probst has died. Retrieved November 20, 2019 .