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Ricci Hohlt

actress and singer

Born in Isenstedt in 1945. After her high school Diploma and a short visit at the University of Mainz she graduated as an actress at the Herta Grenzmann acting school in Wiesbaden

She had several theatre engagements, among others in Wiesbaden, Frankfurt a. M., Cologne, Düsseldorf, Berlin Hamburg and Munich. She acted at the Komödie Berlin, Theater am Kurfürstendamm and at the Komödie im Bayerischen Hof.
Further she was touring with several theatre productions. Many of her plays were also recorded for TV. During 3 years she performed Lady de Winter in the musical version of “The Three Musketeers” at the “Burgfestspiele Jagsthausen”.
Her repertoire focuses on light comedy, comedy and musical comedies.
Since the 1960ies Ricci Hohlt also acted in many cinema features, TV movies and TV series.
She had episode and guest parts in the German TV series SOKO 5113, Polizeiinspektion 1, Derrick, Der Alte und Siska. In the series Happy Holiday und Schwarz Rot Gold. In 1996 she took over a guest role in the Austrian TV series Schloßhotel Orth.
Beside her career as an actress Ricci Hohlt was also active as a Singer. In 1974 her first Single, named Frag‘ den Wind and Wer hat ihn gesehen,  was published at Metronome.
In 1975 she participated at the German preliminary rounds to the Eurovision Song Contest with the Song Du.

For many years she toured through Europe with her international vocal group Mandrake including performances at Austrian and Spanish TV shows.
At the Bayerische Rundfunk she had her own radio show named “Harmonie der Sphären” in the 1980ies which got cult status.

Roland Reber’s Cabaret of Death (2019) was her first work with director Roland Reber and the wtp team.