Ellen Plessow

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Ellen Plessow (born as Helene Wiemuth Penning on 12 January 1891, in Oldenburg – 2 September 1967, in West Berlin) was a German actress.

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Plessow attended the conservatory in Hanover and played in Berlin theatres. Starting in the 1920s she played often amusing roles in silent films. [1]

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