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Susan Denberg

Susan Denberg

German actress and model
Susan Denberg
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Quick Facts

Intro German actress and model
Is Model Actor Playboy Playmate
From Austria
Type Entertainment Fashion Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender female
Birth 2 August 1944
Age 77 years
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Susan Denberg (born Dietlinde Zechner on 2 August 1944, Bad Polzin, Germany) is a German-Austrian model and actress grown up in Klagenfurt, Austria.

Background

Susan Denberg is the stage name for Dietlinde Zechner (born on 2 August 1944, a German-born Austrian chorus dancer and 1966 Playboy Playmate, who made a brief brush with an acting career in the late 1960s. In addition, she did stage and dancing in London and Las Vegas. One of her few acting roles was that of "Magda Kovacs" in the Star Trek (1966) episode, "Mudd's Women" (1966).

Denberg's most famous acting role, outside of Star Trek (1966), was in Hammer Film's cult 1967 science fiction/horror film, Frankenstein Created Woman (1967), opposite Peter Cushing. However, Denberg's voice in the film was dubbed, as her Austrian accent was considered too strong.

After "Frankenstein Created Woman", Denberg returned to Austria. Over the years, rumors surfaced that she had died of a drug overdose in 1967 or that she had become mentally unstable as a result of using the drug LSD. In actuality, Denberg is currently (as of 24 Oct 2012) alive and well, and is living in Klagenfurt, Austria, under her real name, Dietlinde Zechner.

Private life

Denberg married Anthony Scotti in Las Vegas (1965-1968). Had a son Wolfgang-Dieter in 1971; the father is of Yugoslavian descent, and a second child. Now as Dietlinde Scotti, she resides in the tenth district of Vienna, Austria.

Film/TV work

  • Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) as Christina
  • Star Trek: The Original Series (episode: "Mudd's Women", 1966) as Magda Kovacs
  • An American Dream (1966) as Ruta
  • Twelve O'Clock High (episode: "Back to the Drawing Board", 1966) as German girl

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