Evelyn Cron

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Evelyn Cron (* 24. February 1940 in Magdeburg ) is a German actress .


Even at school Evelyn Cron played theater in a study group. She learned the trade of a dental nurse. In her free time she presented the fashion of the famous Magdeburg fashion house Bormann on the catwalk . At one such event she was discovered by DEFA , which was looking for an actress for the film The beautiful Lurette . After test recordings, she received the role of Lurette and a training contract with the German television network , where she trained as an actress from 1961 to 1963. She made her stage debut as a guest in Jacques Deval's Stürmische Überfahrt bei Spiegelglatter See at the Kammerspiele Leipzig , followed by engagements in Magdeburg and Berlin . She was also a permanent member of the television radio actor's ensemble and, until she left the GDR in 1985, starred in around 30 DEFA and television films, including in productions by the Moritzburg television theater such as Noel Coward's ghost comedy (1966), Curt Goetz ' The fairy tale (1966), Eugène Scribes The Money Marriage (1970) and Paul Herbert Freyer's brocade from France (1972). From 1988 to 1993 she had a firm commitment on the bleachers Berlin.



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  1. ^ Evelyn Cron at Filmstadt Quedlinburg