Austrian actress; born at Szanto, Hungary. Educated for the stage by Cesarina Kupfer, she made her début in 1878 at the Carl-theater at Vienna; in 1880 she appeared at the Stadttheater, and in 1885 at the Berlin court theater, from which she went in 1889 to the Lessings Theater, where she is at present (1903) engaged. Her rôles include: Madame Sans Gêne, Komtesse Guckerl, Niobe, Josephine, Sonja in "Raskolnikow." Wolfgang in "Königsleutnant," Jeanne in "Die Welt in der Man sich Langweilt," Marianne in "Die Geschwister," Emire in "Tartüffe," and the well-known women in Shakespeare.
- Eisenberg, Biog. Lex.