Irene Triesch , nee Tritsch, married Lamond ( April 13, 1875 in Vienna , Austria-Hungary - November 24, 1964 in Basel ) was an Austrian actress . From 1904 she was married to the pianist Frederic Lamond and from 1938 lived in his retirement home at Alan Grange House near Glasgow .
Discovered by Friedrich Mitterwurzer , she began her stage career at the Residenztheater in Berlin in 1894. After various engagements, she belonged to the ensemble of the Lessing Theater , headed by Otto Brahm since 1904 , where she became one of the stars of the stage. She and her husband had a daughter, Irene Elisabeth Lamond (born approx. 1904).
Radio plays (selection)
- 1926: Henrik Ibsen : Rosmersholm - Director: Viktor Heinz Fuchs ( Silesian Radio Lesson )
- 1927: Friedrich Schiller : Maria Stuart - Director: Hans Bodenstedt ( NORAG )
- 1927: Friedrich Hebbel : Herodes and Mariamne - Director: Viktor Heinz Fuchs (Schlesische Funkstunde)
- 1927: NN: Part 2: Otto Brahm - Director: Not specified ( Funk-Hour Berlin )
- Triesch, Irene , in: Joseph Walk (ed.): Short biographies on the history of the Jews 1918–1945 . Munich: Saur, 1988, ISBN 3-598-10477-4 , p. 368
- Triesch, Irene , in: Werner Röder; Herbert A. Strauss (Ed.): International Biographical Dictionary of Central European Emigrés 1933-1945 . Volume 2.2. Munich: Saur, 1983 ISBN 3-598-10089-2 , p. 1175
- Three postcards from the Leo Baeck Institute
- Illustration , The Humorist, April 1, 1899
- German biography , with wrong date of birth
- Irene Triesch in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- The year of birth 1877, which is often found, is incorrect. See the birth entry in the Vienna Jewish registers, No. 1235 from 1875. Also: http://www.literaturepochen.at/exil/multimedia/pdf/exilantenlistereinhard.pdf
- University of Glasgow, Irene Lamond Papers. Retrieved October 10, 2016 .
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Tritsch, Irene; Lamond, Irene|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian actress|
|DATE OF BIRTH||April 13, 1875|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Vienna , Austria-Hungary|
|DATE OF DEATH||November 24, 1964|
|Place of death||Basel , Switzerland|