Synonyms for bennent or Related words with bennent

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Examples of "bennent"
He was born in Lausanne, Switzerland. His parents are German actor Heinz Bennent and French former dancer Diane Mansart. His sister Anne Bennent is also an actress.
Bennent was born in Stolberg, and served in the Luftwaffe during World War II. His career began after the end of World War II in Göttingen. He moved to Switzerland in the 1970s, where he lived until his death at age 90. He was survived by his son, actor David Bennent, and daughter, actress Anne Bennent.
David Bennent (born 9 September 1966) is a Swiss actor.
On the mother's side; her grandparent Nadir Bayer was grown under the auspices of Sultana Naime the daughter of Sultan Abdulhamid II in Ottoman palace. By Nadir Bayer's Swiss wife Hedwige Bayer, her cousin is an actor, David Bennent the Oscar winner leading actor of The Tin Drum, Anne Bennent, their mother; famous dancer Diane Mansart, her husband is a famous actor Heinz Bennent are the members of well-known European family.
Heinz Bennent (18 July 1921 – 12 October 2011) was a German actor.
In 1980, Bennent was nominated for the César Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "The Last Metro".
The film features scenes in which Bennent, then 11 years of age and playing a stunted 16-year-old, licks effervescing sherbet powder from the navel of a 16-year-old girl, played by Katharina Thalbach. Thalbach was 24 years old at the time. Subsequently, Bennent appears to have oral sex and then intercourse with her.
Ulzhan is a 2007 international co-production directed by Volker Schlöndorff, starring Philippe Torreton, Ayanat Ksenbai (formerly credited as Ayana Yesmagambetova) and David Bennent.
Bennent has appeared in such plays as "Peer Gynt" (2004), "Die Juden" (2003), "Michael Kramer" (2003), and "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (2002).
As in Truffaut's earlier film "Jules et Jim", there is a love triangle between the three principal characters: Marion Steiner (Deneuve), her husband Lucas (Heinz Bennent) and Bernard Granger (Depardieu), an actor in the theatre's latest production.
The story of her relationship with Sigmund Freud, including assisting his family's escape into exile, was made into a television film in 2004 as "", directed by Benoît Jacquot, starring Catherine Deneuve as Princess Marie Bonaparte and Heinz Bennent as Freud.
A further adaptation was produced by Hessischer Rundfunk for broadcast on West German television on 5 December 1967 under the title of "Ein Fremder klopft an" starring Gertrud Kückelmann and Heinz Bennent.
Together with Anne Bennent, Horst received the O.-E.-Hasse-Preis in 1986 for "Best Newcomer of the Year". For his leading role in German TV series "Balko", Horst was awarded with the Grimme-Preis for "Best Actor" in 1996.
Mark receives a phone call from Anna’s lover, Heinrich (Heinz Bennent), telling him that Anna is with him. He then gets Heinrich’s phone number from Anna’s friend, Margie. The next day, Mark meets Bob’s teacher, Helen (also played by Isabelle Adjani). She looks exactly like Anna but with brilliant green eyes and is calm and kind where Anna is hysterical.
Le Lit is a 1982 drama film directed by Marion Hänsel and based on the 1960 novel of the same name by Dominique Rolin. The film starred Heinz Bennent, Natasha Parry, and Johan Leysen. "Le Lit" received the André Cavens Award for Best Film given by the Belgian Film Critics Association (UCC).
Legend is a 1985 American dark fantasy adventure film directed by Ridley Scott and starring Tom Cruise, Mia Sara, Tim Curry, David Bennent, Alice Playten, Billy Barty, Cork Hubbert, and Annabelle Lanyon. It is a dark fairy tale and has been described as a return to more original, sometimes disturbing, fables, from the oral tradition of ancient times before reading and writing were widespread.
In the time that followed, Krebs made many television appearances, both in light entertainment and in more sophisticated series. In 1975, Peter Zadek chose him to play in "Eiszeit" with Heinz Bennent; in 1980 he played a main role in "Die Judenbuche" based on the story by Annette von Droste-Hülshoff.
Hecke lived with the German author and poet Wolfgang Wondratscheck and travelled with him around the United States in the 1970s. They published a book together entitled "People, Places, Fists". Hecke has portrayed many artists, actors and musicians, including Omar Sharif, Heinz Bennent, Ingrid Caven and Andrés Segovia.
Section spéciale (English title Special Section) is a 1975 French film, directed by Costa-Gavras and based on a book "L'affaire de la Section Spéciale" by Hervé Villeré. It stars Louis Seigner, Roland Bertin, Michael Lonsdale, Ivo Garrani, François Maistre, Jacques Spiesser, Henri Serre, Heinz Bennent and Claude Piéplu. It is named after the Special Sections of Vichy France.
Lechner taught himself to play the accordion starting at age four. He has been blind since age 15. Lechner is currently a member of the group Accordion Tribe and musical director of two ensembles in Vienna, Otto's Jazz Ensemble and Das Erste Wiener Strenge Kammerorchester. He lives in Vienna with his partner and collaborator, Anne Bennent.