Dutch postcard by P. Moorlang, Heerlen, Sort. 16/6.
German actress and media personality Birgit Bergen (1938) is well known in her homecountry for her performances in several sexfilms and as a 'Schickerialady' at Munich Events.
Birgit Bergen was born in 1938 in Kiel. She was the daughter of a bailiff. From 1958 on she appeared in films and on tv - mostly in secondary roles. Among her first films were Nackt, wie Gott sie schuf/Naked Like God Created Her (1958, Hans Schott-Schöbinger) featuring Marisa Allasio, Lass mich am Sonntag nicht allein/Don’t Leave me Alone On Sunday (1959, Arthur Maria Rabenalt) with Heidi Brühl, and Lebensborn/Ordered to Love (1961, Werner Klingler) starring Maria Perschy. Bergen also appeared in international productions like the adventure film Maciste contro i mostri/Colossus of the Stone Age (1962, Guido Malatesta) as a nude blonde, or Les saintes nitouches/Wild Living (1963, Pierre Montazel) in an uncredited part. In Germany she played small parts in the comedy Bei Pichler stimmt die Kasse nicht/Pichler's Books Are Not in Order (1961, Hans Quest) with Theo Lingen, and in one of the many Edgar Wallace crime films of the 1960’s, Der Würger vom Tower/Strangler of the Tower (1966, Hans Mehringer) featuring Ellen Schwiers. On tv she appeared briefly as a street prostitute in an episode of the popular krimi series Der Kommissar (1969) starring Erik Ode.
In the early 1970’s, Birgit Bergen became very busy during the sex wave of the German cinema. She often appeared as the good-time girl or the unfaithful wife in Lederhosefilms (rural sex comedies) with such titles as Laß jucken, Kumpel! (1972, Franz Marischka), Liebesgrüße aus der Lederhose (1973, Jürgen Enz) and Junge Mädchen mögen's heiß, Hausfrauen noch heißer (1973, Eberhard Schröder). She also appeared in sex crap like Eine Armee Gretchen/She Devils of the SS (1973, Erwin C. Dietrich). Later she played in non-sex films like Johnny West (1977, Roald Koller). Her last film role was a small part in the action film Brass Target (1978, John Hough), starring Sophia Loren. In 1991 she made a guest appearance on the tv series Ehen vor Gericht/Marriage in Court. Since then Birgit Bergen stays regularly fodder for the boulevard press because of her facefifts or because of her dubious friendships. As a media personality she is often a guest at marketing events in Munich.
Source: Wikipedia, and IMDb.