Steffie Spira (1908–1995) was an Austrian-born German stage, film and television actress. Spira was the daughter of the actors Fritz Spira and Lotte Spira. Her sister was Camilla Spira. Her father was of Jewish descent, and later died in the Holocaust. Spira became a theatre actress during the Weimar Republic, and joined the German Communist Party in 1929. Following the Nazi takeover of power, she fled into exile. After being interned by the French government at the Camp de Rieucros, she escaped to Mexico.

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  • Steffie Spira (eigentlich Stephanie Spira, verh. Stephanie Spira-Ruschin, * 2. Juni 1908 in Wien; † 10. Mai 1995 in Berlin) war eine Schauspielerin. Sie prägte als Volksschauspielerin die sozialistische Theaterkultur der DDR entscheidend. Spira spielte unter anderem in Theaterstücken von Bertolt Brecht, Gerhart Hauptmann und Nikolai Wassiljewitsch Gogol und wirkte in Film und Fernsehen mit. (de)
  • ステフィ・スピラ(Steffie Spira、1908年6月2日 - 1995年5月10日)は、オーストリア生まれの女優。ウィーン出身。父は俳優のフリッツ・スピラで、母は女優のロッテ・スピラ。姉のカミラ・スピラも女優である。 (ja)
  • Steffie Spira (1908–1995) was an Austrian-born German stage, film and television actress. Spira was the daughter of the actors Fritz Spira and Lotte Spira. Her sister was Camilla Spira. Her father was of Jewish descent, and later died in the Holocaust. Spira became a theatre actress during the Weimar Republic, and joined the German Communist Party in 1929. Following the Nazi takeover of power, she fled into exile. After being interned by the French government at the Camp de Rieucros, she escaped to Mexico. Spira returned to Europe in 1947 and settled in East Germany. She became a leading stage actor at the Volksbühne and appeared frequently in East German film and television productions. In 1989 Spira was a speaker at the large Alexanderplatz demonstration calling for the current East German government to step down. (en)
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  • Steffie Spira (eigentlich Stephanie Spira, verh. Stephanie Spira-Ruschin, * 2. Juni 1908 in Wien; † 10. Mai 1995 in Berlin) war eine Schauspielerin. Sie prägte als Volksschauspielerin die sozialistische Theaterkultur der DDR entscheidend. Spira spielte unter anderem in Theaterstücken von Bertolt Brecht, Gerhart Hauptmann und Nikolai Wassiljewitsch Gogol und wirkte in Film und Fernsehen mit. (de)
  • ステフィ・スピラ(Steffie Spira、1908年6月2日 - 1995年5月10日)は、オーストリア生まれの女優。ウィーン出身。父は俳優のフリッツ・スピラで、母は女優のロッテ・スピラ。姉のカミラ・スピラも女優である。 (ja)
  • Steffie Spira (1908–1995) was an Austrian-born German stage, film and television actress. Spira was the daughter of the actors Fritz Spira and Lotte Spira. Her sister was Camilla Spira. Her father was of Jewish descent, and later died in the Holocaust. Spira became a theatre actress during the Weimar Republic, and joined the German Communist Party in 1929. Following the Nazi takeover of power, she fled into exile. After being interned by the French government at the Camp de Rieucros, she escaped to Mexico. (en)
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