Date of Birth: 08/16/1895
Place of birth: Vienna
Author: Alexei Bulatov
Lien Hayden was born on August 16, 1895, in Vienna, Austria (Vienna, Austria). She passed both acting and dance training before you become a real embodiment of `Cute Viennese devushki` ( `S & # 252; & # 223; es Wiener M & # 228; del`). In the 1920s and 1930s, Hayden was a popular girl with `oblozhki`. The first feature film with her participation was the propaganda tape made during the First World War, under the name `Mit Herz und Hand f & # 252; rs Vaterland` 1916.
She worked for a major film studio in Germany `Universum Film AG`, more izvestnoykak` UFA`, and, thanks to his singing talent, easily moved into the era of sound film. Hayden starred on one side with such German stars as Willy Forst (Willi Forst), Alexander Georg (Georg Alexander), Theo Lingen (Theo Lingen) and Ryumann Heinz (Heinz R & # 252; hmann), in a variety of comedy films.
Surprisingly, Lien refused several offers from Hollywood (Hollywood). She managed to escape from Nazi Germany (Nazi Germany) to Switzerland (Switzerland) in 1942, the year in order to escape from the ruling regime and destroying everything in its path bombing. Later, Lien married and put an end to his acting career.
Hayden played a role Rasmus Ada (Ada Rasmus) in the German drama `Die unvollkommene Liebe`, he agreed to a shooting in the Austrian film` Peter im Schnee` and took the lead role of Jean Harding (Gina Harding) in the film `Tanzmusik`.
The most perceptible movies with her participation are considered historical drama Richard Oswald (Richard Oswald) `Lady Gamilton` (` Lady Hamilton`) 1921, where Hayden flashed in the title role; and other drama of the same director called `Lucrezia Bordzhia` (` Lucrezia Borgia`) 1926.
In addition, special attention deserves the project `Die Csardasf & # 252; rstin` 1927, based on the operetta by Imre Kalman (Emmerich K & # 225; lm & # 225; n); and Austrian comedy `Ungek & # 252; sst soll man nicht schlafen gehn`-th 1936. His last role Hayden performed in 1953 - in the musical comedy `Die f & # 252; nf Karnickel` Ingrid Lutz (Ingrid Lutz) and Fritz Imhoff (Fritz Imhoff).
Lien Hayden died on November 28th of 2000, in Bern, Switzerland (Bern, Switzerland), at the age of 105 years.