Adhelheid Kastner

Adhelheid Kastner



Adhelheid Kastner (born June 3, 1946), is a German actress. She is best known for her roles in the television series “Der Alte” and “Der Bulle von Tölz”.

Kastner was born in Munich, Germany, and raised in Salzburg, Austria, where she attended a private school. She initially studied at the University of Salzburg, but after two years, she left to pursue acting. She trained at the Max-Reinhardt-Seminar in Vienna, Austria, and then began her career in theater.

Kastner’s television career began in 1972 with the TV series “Der Alte” (The Old Man). She played the role of Anna-Maria, a young Viennese woman. Her performance was praised by critics and she became a popular figure in German television.

In 1985, Kastner starred in the police drama “Der Bulle von Tölz” (The Cop from Tölz). She played the role of Inge, a police officer in the Bavarian countryside. The show was a huge hit and Kastner became a household name. She went on to star in several other television series, including “Ich und die Wirklichkeit” (Me and Reality), “In aller Freundschaft” (In All Friendship), and “Der Landarzt” (The Country Doctor).

Kastner has also appeared in several films, including “Lichter” (Lights), “Die Falscher” (The Fakers), and “Die Verzauberung” (The Enchantment). In addition, she has had several guest appearances on television shows and films.

In her personal life, Kastner is married to former actor and director Gert Stein. They have two children.

Kastner has been active in the German film and television industry for over four decades. She continues to appear in new projects and is a respected and beloved figure in her home country. Her natural talent and dedication to her craft have made her one of the most recognizable faces in German entertainment.

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