Ursula Strätz

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Ursula Strätz (born September 28, 1940 in Schweinfurt ; † September 15, 2011 in Burglengenfeld , Bavaria ) was a German actress , director , screenwriter and painter .

Live and act

Ursula Strätz founded the Action Theater in Munich in March 1967 together with her first husband Horst Söhnlein , Hans Hirschmüller and Peer Raben . Rainer Werner Fassbinder soon joined the action theater as an actor and director at the invitation of Ursula Strätz . Fassbinder's own play Katzelmacher premiered there in 1968 . The latter quickly became the head of the theater group.

Ursula Strätz appeared in several Fassbinder films, mostly in minor supporting roles. She also worked with other New German Film directors , including a. with Hans-Jürgen Syberberg , Werner Schroeter and Josef Rödl .

The artist, who also worked as a painter, was married to Bernd Thomä for the second time . She was buried in the Burglengenfeld cemetery.

Filmography (selection)

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