Anna Henkel-Grönemeyer (born 9 March 1953 in Hamburg – 5 November 1998 in London) was a German actress. Henkel-Grönemeyer lived with the singer and actor Herbert Grönemeyer from 1978 onwards, whom she married in 1983. The two children Felix (* 1987) and Marie (* 1989) came from the relationship.The highlight of her acting career was the film 1900, in which Henkel-Grönemeyer appeared alongside Robert De Niro, Gérard Depardieu and Donald Sutherland. In Io sono mia she played for the first time alongside her film mother from 1900, Stefania Sandrelli, as well as Maria Schneider and Michele Placido.In 1982 Herbert Grönemeyer dedicated the song Anna from the album Total no matter. In 1998 Anna Henkel-Grönemeyer died of the consequences of her breast cancer illness. In 2002 her Herbert Grönemeyer dedicated the song Der Weg vom Album Mensch, moreover he processed in his commercially most successful song, Mensch (from the same album), his grief for her.
Known for Acting
Deathday 1998-11-05 (45 years old)
Place of birth Hamburg, Germany
Relationships Herbert Grönemeyer (1993-01-01 - 1998-11-05)
Also known as Anna Henkel-Grönemeyer