Erna Baumbauer Net Worth

Erna Baumbauer Net Worth is
$16 Million

Erna Baumbauer Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Erma Baumbauer (8 January 1919 – 30 January 2010) was a German casting agent. She has been called the "grand dame of German casting agents" by The Hollywood Reporter for her long career in the German film industry, which spanned decades. She was nicknamed "the Queen of Bavaria" by one of her clients, actor Ulrich Mühe.Bambauer was born in Munich in 1919, and stood 5'1" tall during her life. She began her career by working as a bookdealer and journalist. She founded her eponymous Munich-based talent agency, Erna Baunbauer Management, following the end of World War II, where she worked until her death in 2010. The Hollywood Reporter described her as knowing everyone with the German film industry. In one instance, film director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck sent Baumbauer a script for his 2006 film, The Lives of Others, for her to cast directly. Baumbauer directly chose three actors from her agency to become the male leads for the film - Ulrich Muehe, Sebastian Koch und Ulrich Tukur.Bambauer's client included Sebastian Koch, Maximilian Schell, Katja Riemann, Susanne Lothar and Bruno Ganz.The German Film Academy awarded Baumbauer the lifetime achievement award in 2006. This marked the first time in the academy's history that a woman who was not a film director or actress by profession had received the honor.
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Date Of BirthJanuary 8, 1919
Place Of BirthMunich, Germany
Height5' 1½" (1.56 m)
Star SignCapricorn
1Grandmother of Francesca Pollak and Antonia Pollak.
2Mother of Patricia Baumbauer.
3Living and working in Munich where she has her agency. [2008]
4Grandmother of Antonia Pollak.
5Was mentioned in Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck's acceptance speech at the Academy Awards.
6She did not want to accept the Honorary German Film Award because she felt that she was not the right choice. After Günter Rohrbach, president of the German Film Academy, spoke to her for 1 1/2 hours, she agreed.
7She got a 10-minute standing ovation when she received the Honorary German Film Award.
8First non-actress or female director who received the Honorary German Film Award.


Das Ende ist mein Anfang2010thanks
Satte Farben vor Schwarz2010thanks
Fassbinder's World on a Wire - Looking Ahead to Today2010Video documentary special thanks
I Am the Other Woman2006thanks
The Lives of Others2006special thanks


Behind Me - Bruno Ganz2002DocumentaryHerself
Theater im Gespräch1970TV SeriesHerself

Archive Footage

Lola - Der Deutsche Filmpreis 20102010TV MovieHerself - Memorial Tribute

Won Awards

2006Honorary AwardGerman Film Awards

Known for movies

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