Jutta Freybe

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Jutta Freybe (born September 11, 1917 in Berlin ; † February 28, 1971 in Büsum ) was a German actress .


She was the daughter of an officer and sister of the writers Johanna Sibelius (actually: Sibylle Freybe) and Katrin Holland (actually: Heidi Huberta Freybe). After training as an actor by artistic director Hans Schlenck , she got an engagement at the Landestheater and appeared in various beginner roles.

In 1937 she became known to a wider audience through the film Love Can Lie . After that she received leading roles in German films for a few years, most recently in the propaganda film Die goldene Spinne as an opponent of an enemy agent ( Kirsten Heiberg ).

At the end of February 1939 she married the actor Albert Matterstock in his third marriage, but the marriage ended in divorce.


  • 1934: The wonder shooting gallery
  • 1937: love can lie
  • 1937: Thunderstorm flight to Claudia
  • 1938: Pour le Mérite
  • 1938: New Year's Eve at Alexanderplatz
  • 1938: What to do, Sybille?
  • 1938: Between the parents
  • 1939: Alarm on Station III
  • 1939: Casilla sensational trial
  • 1943: The golden spider


  • Robert Volz: Jutta Freybe. A girl prevails ; Hermann Wendt GmbH, Berlin, 1939

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