Renate von Wangenheim; born Renate Reinecke, (born 21 April 1944 in Wendgräben; died 19 December 2016) was a German actress. She played under her birth name in numerous DEFA films as well as films and series of GDR television Renate von Wangenheim was the daughter of actress Charlotte Reinecke and dramaturgen and director Horst Reinecke. Her brother, Hans-Peter Reinecke (1941–2005), also worked as an actor. Her half-sister Ruth Reinecke is also an actress.After studying acting at the Schauspielschule Berlin-Schöneweide, she made her debut on a stage in Parchim in 1964, before joining the ensemble of the Maxim Gorki Theatre from 1965 to 2000. Since the early 1960s, she has also worked in film and television productions by DEFA and Deutsche Fernsehfunk. She gained fame in 1973 with the television film Stülpner-Legende at Manfred Krug's side as well as the much-discussed film How should a woman decide? She was married to the German director, author and writer Friedel Freiherr von Wangenheim.
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