Sabine Peters

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Sabine Peters
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Sabine Peters,1935
Born29 December 1912
Died10 October 1982 (1982-10-11) (aged 69)
Years active1932 - 1949 (film)

Sabine Peters (29 December 1912 – 10 October 1982) was a German film actress. Peters emerged as a film actress during the Nazi era, and played largely supporting roles. She was one of the companions of the title in the 1938 Ingrid Bergman vehicle The Four Companions . [1]


She was married to the baritone Willi Domgraf-Fassbaender. The mezzo-soprano Brigitte Fassbaender is their daughter.

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  1. Chandler p.59