Marlene Dietrich hot young
December 27, 1901
5 ft 6 in | 168 cm
36-26-33 in | 91-66-84 cm
50 kg | 110 pounds
7 US | 37 EU
Marlene Dietrich was born in Schöneberg, Berlin, Germany, on 27 December 1901, was a German hot actress. Young Marlene Dietrich began her acting career on the Berlin stage and in silent films in 1920s. She made her big screen debut in German silent comedy film The Little Napoleon (1933) in role as Kathrin. Her breakthrough performance came as Lola-Lola in German movie The Blue Angel (1930).
She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as Amy Jolly in Pre-Code romantic drama film Morocco (1930) opposite Gary Cooper.
Witness for the Prosecution (1957) courtroom drama in role as Christine Vole
Judgment at Nuremberg (1961) courtroom drama opposite Burt Lancaster and Spencer Tracy
Destry Rides Again (1939) western with James Stewart
The Scarlet Empress (1934) historical drama in role as Princess Sophie Friederike
Shanghai Express (1932) pre-Code drama with Clive Brook
Stage Fright (1950) thriller in role as Charlotte Inwood
A Foreign Affair (1948) drama romance in role as Erika von Schlütow
First German actress to be Oscar nominated.
She was one of highest paid actress in the United States, also from the early 1950s until the mid-1970s she was a highly paid cabaret artist.
She won a Special Tony Award in 1968.
Lived in apartment 12E at 993 Park Avenue in Manhattan.
Became an American citizen on March 6, 1937.
She was married to assistant director Rudolf Sieber, they has a daughter Maria Riva.
Dietrich died on May 6, 1992, Paris, France, at age of 90.
I'm not an movies actress -- I'm a personality.
I had no desire to be a movies actress, to always play somebody else, to be beautiful with somebody constantly straightening out your every eyelash. It was always a big bother to me.
To be completely a woman you need a master, and in him a compass for your life. You need a man you can look up to and respect. If you dethrone him it's no wonder that you are discontented, and discontented women are not loved for long.
A man would prefer to come home to an unmade bed and a happy woman than to a neatly made bed and an angry woman.
I dress for the image. Not for myself, not for the public, not for fashion, not for men.
I never enjoyed working in a film.
I have a child and I've made a few people happy. That is all.
Most women set out to try to change a man, and when they have changed him they do not like him.
I am at heart a gentleman.