Evelyn Holt (1908–2001) was a German actress.The daughter of a journalist, she began her film career at the UFA. The attractive young woman quickly advanced to main roles alongside Gustav Fröhlich and Hans Albers. After singing lessons, she was committed in 1931 as a soubrette at the Grosses Schauspielhaus in Berlin.However, the Nazi takeover ended her film career after six successful years, since she was allegedly half-Jewish. Holt was prohibited from appearing in films. She still enjoyed engagements as a soubrette at the Komische Oper in Berlin. When Jewish publisher Felix Guggenheim (1904-1976) married her in 1936, it was no longer possible. In 1938 the couple emigrated first to Switzerland, then in 1940 to England, and later to the United States. There Felix Guggenheim was exile publis

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  • Evelyn Holt; gebürtig Edith Sklarz (* 3. Oktober 1906 in Berlin; † 22. Februar 2001 in Los Angeles, USA) war eine deutsche Schauspielerin. (de)
  • Evelyn Holt (1908–2001) was a German actress.The daughter of a journalist, she began her film career at the UFA. The attractive young woman quickly advanced to main roles alongside Gustav Fröhlich and Hans Albers. After singing lessons, she was committed in 1931 as a soubrette at the Grosses Schauspielhaus in Berlin.However, the Nazi takeover ended her film career after six successful years, since she was allegedly half-Jewish. Holt was prohibited from appearing in films. She still enjoyed engagements as a soubrette at the Komische Oper in Berlin. When Jewish publisher Felix Guggenheim (1904-1976) married her in 1936, it was no longer possible. In 1938 the couple emigrated first to Switzerland, then in 1940 to England, and later to the United States. There Felix Guggenheim was exile publisher of authors such as Thomas Mann, Franz Werfel, Lion Feuchtwanger and Alfred Doblin.Evelyn Holt remained until the end of her life in the U.S. and never returned to movies. (en)
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  • Evelyn Holt; gebürtig Edith Sklarz (* 3. Oktober 1906 in Berlin; † 22. Februar 2001 in Los Angeles, USA) war eine deutsche Schauspielerin. (de)
  • Evelyn Holt (1908–2001) was a German actress.The daughter of a journalist, she began her film career at the UFA. The attractive young woman quickly advanced to main roles alongside Gustav Fröhlich and Hans Albers. After singing lessons, she was committed in 1931 as a soubrette at the Grosses Schauspielhaus in Berlin.However, the Nazi takeover ended her film career after six successful years, since she was allegedly half-Jewish. Holt was prohibited from appearing in films. She still enjoyed engagements as a soubrette at the Komische Oper in Berlin. When Jewish publisher Felix Guggenheim (1904-1976) married her in 1936, it was no longer possible. In 1938 the couple emigrated first to Switzerland, then in 1940 to England, and later to the United States. There Felix Guggenheim was exile publis (en)
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