Ilona Grübel

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Ilona Grübel (center) in 1971 at a reception given by Federal Chancellor Willy Brandt

Ilona Grübel (born September 23, 1950 in Munich ) is a German film actress .


Grübel began working for the radio at the age of eight, and she made her first appearances in front of a camera at the age of twelve. 1968 Ilona Grübel was awarded the German Film Award for the presentation of Judith in the Strindberg adaptation pairings of Michael Verhoeven excellent. At the age of 17, Ilona Grübel is the youngest recipient of the Federal Film Prize .

After graduating from high school, she studied psychology, but continued her acting. She played in numerous German and international television productions such as B. A case for two , Eurocops , Derrick and The Commissioner . In the Hollywood production Target , she acted on the side of Gene Hackman and Matt Dillon . In the 1980s, Grübel gained greater fame with the popular ZDF series Die Schwarzwaldklinik , in which she played the role of Dr. Katharina Gessner held.

Grübel also works as a communication trainer. She has a son and a daughter.

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