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Katrin Fröhlich

Katrin Fröhlich was born on August 18, 1968 in Berlin, Germany. She is an actress and writer, known for Jerry Cotton (2010), Wer hat Angst vor Rot, Gelb, Blau? (1991) and Das Superweib (1996). See full bio »
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Jerry Cotton
Jerry Cotton Malena
Das Superweib
Das Superweib Fitness-Frau
Habermann Actress


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 2010 Habermann (German version, voice, as Kathrin Fröhlich)
 2010 Jerry Cotton
Malena (voice)
 2008 Jasper und das Limonadenkomplott
Jaspers Mutter (voice)
 1996 Das Superweib
 1994 Immer im Einsatz - Die Notärztin (TV Series)
Anja Wiemann
- Tasche voller Geld (1994) ... Anja Wiemann
 1993 Happy Holiday (TV Series)
- Der Vertrag (1993) ... Ulrike
 1992 Sauerkraut (TV Series)
Amadea (1992) (voice)
 1985 Dagmar (TV Movie)
 1977 Logo (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1977) ... Trine
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 2010 Jerry Cotton (dubbing dialogue)
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 1979 Die Montagsmaler (TV Series)

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Provided the voice of Chloe Simon in the German version of 102 Dalmatians (2000). See more »

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Kathrin Fröhlich

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Sister of Andreas Fröhlich. See more »

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