Ladykracher

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Ladykracher
Genre Comedy
Country of originGermany
Original language German
Production
Running time25 minutes
Production company Brainpool TV AG
Release
Original network Sat.1
Comedy Central Germany
Original release11 January 2002 (2002-01-11) 
31 May 2013 (2013-05-31)
External links
Website

Ladykracher was a German sketch comedy show starring Anke Engelke. The show ran on Sat.1 from 2002 to 2004 and was produced by Brainpool. In 2008 the show was reproduced until 2013. [1]

Contents

Skits

All Ladykracher skits feature Anke Engelke. The promotion for the show said "The woman with 250 faces", referring Anke's talent for slipping into many different roles.

Cast

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Daniel Wiemer
Anke Engelke Anke Engelke.jpg
Anke Engelke
ActorSeasonsGuest appearance
Anke Engelke1–8
Kai Lendrodt 1, 3–8
Bettina Lamprecht 1–8
Matthias Matschke 2–8
Katja Liebing 1–3
Christoph Maria Herbst 1–34
Dana Golombek 1–3
Guido Hammesfahr 1–3
Thomas Gimbel 1–3
Julia Stinshoff 1–2
Peter Nottmeier 1
Sandra Borgmann 2
Diana Greenwood 3
Angela Sandritter 3
Friederike Kempter 4–8
Charly Hübner 4–8
Daniel Wiemer 4–8
Holger Stockhaus 4–8
Lena Dörrie 4–8

Other guest appearances

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References

  1. "Frau Engelke ist weg: "Ladykracher" geht nicht weiter". dwdl.de. Dilhan Izman / Alexander Krei. 23 January 2015. Retrieved 23 January 2015.