Ruth Maria Kubitschek
|Occupation||Actress, painter, author|
Ruth Maria Kubitschek (German: [ʁuːt ma.ˈʁiː.a ˈku.biː.t͡ʃɛk] (listen); born 2 August 1931) is a retired German actress, author and painter born in Czechoslovakia. At the end of WW2 her family fled to Köthen. Ruth Maria went to the University for Theater and Music (Hochschule für Theater und Musik) in Halle and then to the German Theater-Institute (Deutsches Theater-Institut) in Weimar. Together with Götz Friedrich she has one son. She was in a relationship with Wolfgang Rademann from 1976 to 2016.
In 2013, she shot her last film, the comedy Frau Ella. Since then she has withdrawn from the public eye, but still exhibits her paintings.
- Thomas Müntzer (1956)
- He Can't Stop Doing It (1962)
- Melissa (1966, TV miniseries)
- Sperrbezirk (1966)
- Ein Fall für Titus Bunge (1967, TV series)
- Mittsommernacht (1967)
- Madame and Her Niece (1969)
- Moonlighting Mistress (1970)
- Tears of Blood (1972)
- Monaco Franze – Der ewige Stenz (1983, TV series)
- Kir Royal – Aus dem Leben eines Klatschreporters (1986, TV series)
- Das Erbe der Guldenburgs (1987–1990, TV series)
- Freunde fürs Leben (1992–1996, TV series)
- Schloß Hohenstein (1992–1995, TV series)
- Katrin ist die Beste (1997, TV series)
- Das Traumhotel (2004–2006, 2014, TV series)
- Frau Ella (2013)
- Goble p.116
- Ruth Maria Kubitschek in the Munzinger-Archive
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.