Susanne Beck

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Susanne Beck (born August 23, 1947 in Hamburg ) is a German actress , radio play speaker and voice actress .


The actor's daughter Horst Beck appeared after drama school, among other places, at the Ernst-Deutsch-Theater , where she could be seen in Thornton Wilder's Our Little City and Frederick Knott's Wait until it gets dark . The theater in Briennerstrasse in Munich and the comedy in Marquardt were further stages in her career.

She made her television debut in 1966 in Zwei wie wir ... and her parents don't know anything . As a result, she mainly played guest roles in television series such as Das Traumschiff , Notarztwagen 7 and Der Alte, as well as several episodes of Tatort and Derrick . She gained fame above all in the NDR children's program Plumpaquatsch as a patient (co-) presenter next to a Wassermann hand puppet. From 1972 to 1975, 75 episodes of Plumpaquatsch were produced and broadcast, plus twelve repetitions in 1978.

Beck has been married to the PR manager of a large Japanese company since 1990 and has rarely worked as a television actress since then. Her last role was a guest appearance on the Coast Guard series in 2003 .

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