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July 18, 1954 (69)
Franziska Troegner is a German actress renowned for her extensive work in film, television, and theatre. She gained prominence for her role in the 2005 film “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” as Mrs. Gloop and has been a significant figure in German cinema and television.
Troegner’s career began in earnest with her involvement in the Berliner Ensemble theatre company in 1976, where she excelled in Brecht plays such as “Mother Courage and Her Children,” “The Threepenny Opera,” and “The Caucasian Chalk Circle.” Her transition to screen saw her dubbing roles in the Miss Marple TV series and starring in numerous German TV movies and serials. Her portrayal of Mrs. Gloop in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” marked her foray into international cinema.
Franziska Troegner’s career has been enriched by collaborations with several key figures in the entertainment industry. Working with Tim Burton in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” marked a significant international collaboration where she also worked alongside actors Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter. In the realm of German cinema and television, she has worked with directors such as Peter Zadek and Frank Beyer. Her theatre work includes collaborations with influential figures like Heiner Müller and Claus Peymann, under whose direction she honed her skills in classical and contemporary theatre.