Luise Helm

Actress - Germany
Born 1983

Mini-Biography:
Luise Helm was born circa in 1983. She is a German Actress, known for Tote sterben niemals aus (1996), Der stille Herr Genardy (1996), Polizeiruf 110 - Jutta und die Kinder von Damutz (1995), Luise Helm's first movie on record is from 1995. Her last motion picture on file dates from 2010.

Luise Helm Filmography [Auszug]
2010: [03.28] Tatort - Vergissmeinnicht (Cast: Nathalie Bertram ), Directed by Richard Huber, with Mehmet Kurtulus, Peter Jordan, Désirée Nosbusch,
2005: [] Am Tag als Bobby Ewing starb (Cast), Directed by Lars Jessen, with Peter Lohmeyer, Gabriela Maria Schmeide, Franz Dinda,
2003: [07.18] Königskinder (Cast: Merle), Directed by Isabell Kleefeld, with , Jens Roth, Armin Rohde,
2002: [] Wie Feuer und Flamme (Never mind the Wall) (Cast), Directed by Connie Walther, with Anna Bertheau, Tim Sander, ,
2001: [03.02] Ein Fall für Zwei - Tödliche Probe (Cast), Directed by Rolf Liccini, with Jacques Breuer, Paul Frielinghaus, Claus Theo Gärtner,
1996: [04.02] Der stille Herr Genardy (Cast: Nicole Pelzer), Directed by Carlo Rola, with Iris Berben, Matthias Fuchs,
1996: [01.25] Die Kriminalpsychologin - Das wilde Kind (Cast: Uma), Directed by Konrad Sabrautzky, with Thomas Anzenhofer, Barbara Focke, Benedict Freitag,
1996: [03.25] Tote sterben niemals aus (Cast: Doberke), Directed by Jürgen Goslar, with Götz George, Amadeus Gollner, Jürgen Goslar,
1995: [03.12] Polizeiruf 110 - Jutta und die Kinder von Damutz (Cast: Sabine), Directed by Bernd Böhlich, with Jürgen Watzke, Erhard Marggraf, Dagmar Manzel,

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