Maria Fein Net Worth

Maria Fein Net Worth is
$20 Million

Maria Fein Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Maria Fein was born on April 7, 1892 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary. She was an actress, known for The Genoa Conspiracy (1921), Red Heels (1925) and Die Vorbestraften (1927). She was married to Theodor Becker. She died on September 15, 1965 in Zürich, Switzerland.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthApril 7, 1892
Place Of BirthVienna, Austria-Hungary [now Austria]
Star SignAries
1The actress Maria Fein attended an education at the academy of Vienna and afterwards went to Dresden, where she played first leading roles. Finally she was engaged to Berlin by Max Reinhardt. There she got married with the actor Theodor Becker.
2During her time in Germany she was largely associated with the theatrical producer/director Max Reinhardt and had acted in plays by such writers as Christian Friedrich Hebbel, Friedrich Schiller, William Shakespeare, Aeschylus and Ferdinand Bruckner.
3With the invasion of the Nazis in Austria she also lost this work place and she went to Holland where she met the director Ludwig Berger.
4In America Fein played Caroline of Brunswick to the Prince Regent of Walter Slezak in Norman Ginsbury's, The First Gentleman, but had left over creative differences by the time the show made its Broadway debut on 25 April 1957. The following year she was engaged to play Miriam in Christopher Fry's, The First Born, though was replaced by Mildred Natwick a month before its April 30 debut on Broadway. Fein remained in United States for several years giving one-woman shows called An Evening of European Theatre. in which she performed scenes taken from plays by noted European playwrights.
5Fein's marriage to Becker ended in divorce in the mid-1930s after a long separation.[.
6By 1961 Fein had returned to Switzerland where at Basil she played the title role in Shaw's Mrs. Warren's Profession.
7Maria Fein's last work in front of the camera was the movie "Friederike" (1932).
8Between 1916 and 1932 Fein appeared in at least twenty-three German films working with pioneer movie directors Robert Wiene, Uwe Jens Krafft, Hanna Henning, Rochus Gliese, Walter Schmidthässle, Frederic Zelnik, Albert Lastmann, Paul Leni, Rudolf Walther-Fein, Michael Curtiz, Rudolf Meinert and Fritz Friedmann-Frederich.
9Fein died at the home of Maria Becker in Zurich at the age of seventy-three.
10Over the early 1950s Fein toured England, France and Switzerland giving recitations and lectures and later appeared on BBC Radio in performances that included a 1956 radio play presenting an English language adaptation of Bertolt Brecht's anti-war play, Mutter Courage und ihre Kinder.[.
11In 1951 Fein returned to Berlin to perform for the first time since the Nazi era. At the Schloss Charlottenburg she played Weisheit in Hugo von Hofmannsthal's Das Salzburger große Welttheater.
12The world of the theater was still her main field of activity. But when the National Socialists came into power she wasn't given permission to play because of her Jewish extraction. During this time she opened the restaurant "Der grüne Zweig" together with a friend. Finally she went to Vienna and was able to continue her theater career at the Volkstheater (among others as Gertrud in "Hamlet" and as czarina in "Das Haus Romanoff").
13Fein was born in Vienna to a Jewish family that reportedly at some point converted to Catholicism. She was the daughter of Fanny Süssermann and Otto Fein, editor of the Neue Freie Presse, and an older sister of Franz Fein, an author and translator of American novels.
14She made her film debut in 1917 and experienced the height of her career in the next two years.
15Over the remainder of the war years Fein was active in Zurich giving evening recitations.
16Maria Fein spent her last years in Switzerland where she continued her theater career in Luzern (e.g. "Elektra").
17In 1964 Fein told of her experiences in Berlin theaters prior to 1933 in a twelve episode documentary presented by the German network Norddeutscher Rundfunk.
18When the war broke out, Maria Fein was at the Côte d'Azur in France at this time. Thanks to the intervention of her daughter Maria Becker, who already lived in Switzerland, she was able to enter Switzerland too. From there she emigrated to England and the USA where she continued to play theater and organized readings.
19Mother of actress Maria Becker.


Die Vorbestraften1927
Das Spielzeug von Paris1925Ninette - Revueprimadonna
Der kleine Herzog1924Fürstin Katharina
The Genoa Conspiracy1921Gräfin Julia Imperiali
Die Feste des Fürsten von Ferrara1919
Der Ehestifter1919Short
Das Lied der Nornen1919Mania Chunsach (Fürstin)
Das Gift der Medici1918
Der Wahn ist kurz1918
Die Erlösung des Reimundus1918
Die Verteidigerin1918
Die Vision1918
Die Gräfin von Navarra1917Short
Die Kaukasierin1917Helene Mertens
Das Leben ein Traum1916
Der Mann im Spiegel1916

Known for movies

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *