Loni von Friedl
|Born||24 July 1943|
Loni von Friedl (born 1943) is an Austrian film and television actress.  She began as a child actress in the early 1950s, before graduating to mature roles during the following decade. The daughter of cinematographer Fritz von Friedl, she also has an actor brother of the same name. Her nephew is actor Christoph von Friedl.
She was married to actor Götz George from 1966 to 1976. She later married Jürgen Schmidt.
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Fritz von Friedl is a German-born Austrian film and television actor. He began his career as a child actor in the early 1950s. His father was the Austrian cinematographer Fritz von Friedl, while his younger sister is the actress Loni von Friedl.
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