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Margot Werner

Margot Werner (born December 8, 1937 in Salzburg, Austria , July 1, 2012 in Munich, Germany ) was an Austrian ballet dancer and chanson singer .

As a daughter of a merchant and a pianist, Margot Werner grew up in Salzburg and attended the Realgymnasium at Ursulinen . She had a close relationship with the dance colleague Heinz Bosl . In the first marriage she was married to the actor Peter Pasetti . Since 1978 she was married to the merchant Jochen Litt, whose hotel in Tyrol financially supported her until his bankruptcy in 2005.

Margot Werner received his first ballet lessons at the age of three. She completed the classical dance education at the Salzburg Landestheater and at Friderica Derra de Moroda . At the age of 17, she was engaged at the Bavarian State Ballet in Munich, where she became a protagonist within three years. Since 1959 she was a soloist. There were collaborations with choreographers such as John Cranko and John Neumeier . She danced in balletten like Giselle , The green table of Kurt Jooss . She also appeared with Heinz Bosl until 1975, after which she joined forces with Konstanze Vernon for the Heinz-Bosl- Foundation.

The composer Bert Grund composed three songs for Margot Werner in 1972, with which she started a second career, in which Abi Ofarim was also an important sponsor. In 1972 she sang with Peter Kreuder in the Wiener Konzerthaussaal. A TV show entitled " From Margot to Monday" (director: Peter Hajek , guests: Klaus Kinski , Heinz Bosl and others), performances in the Spielcasino of Travemünde and from November 1973 to March 1974 a guest performance with the Munich Lach- und Schießgesellschaft .

Since 1975, Werner has appeared in numerous TV shows as a dancer, singer and entertainer, such as Hans-Joachim Kulenkampff in Feuerabend , Max Greger or Roberto Blanco , Dalli Dalli and Am . In 1976, she went on a tour of Germany with the program Water, Fire, Air and Earth , followed by further tours.

 In 1977, she had one of her greatest successes with the song So A Man . Numerous performances at home and abroad with her musical accompanist Max Greger Jr. joined. From 1986, she appeared almost every year in the Stuttgart Renitenztheater . A highlight of her career as an entertainer was the performance at the New York Metropolitan Opera Ball . With Movie Classics she won 1994 successes at the Munich Philharmonic and the Stuttgart Liederhalle .

Drama career
As an actress Margot Werner stood first as Jenny in Brecht's Dreigroschenoper on the stage of the Munich Residenztheater. TV productions like Island of the Crayfish , Lieb Vaterland like to be quiet (after the novel by Johannes Mario Simmel , 1976), the operetta Im Weiß Rößl on the Wolfgangsee with Helmuth Lohner (1979), the TV series Liebes das Erde (1984) and the crime scene The Archive (1986).

On 1 July 2012 Margot Werner died by suicide . The urn was in silence and in the closest family circle at the Kommunalfriedhof in Salzburg .
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