The actress, author and politician Barbara Rütting died in on March 28 at the age of 92 with her closest friends Marktheidenfeld.
1927 as Waltraud Goltz in Berlin born and in Brandenburg grew up, she made her breakthrough in 1952 with her debut in the film “Postlagernd Turteltaube”. Her role as “Geierwally” in the 1956 film of the same name is legendary. In the 1970s, she appeared in TV crime novels (“Derrick”, “Der Alte”), and in the mid-1980s she stopped acting . Rütting, from 1969 to 1988 with Lutz Hochstraate was educated as a health consultant and became involved in politics.
With guides and cookbooks for whole foods, she had a second successful career – Rütting is considered a pioneer of the vegetarian diet; named after her is a Whole grain bread with caraway seeds, fennel and coriander, for which they are mixed with their Portrait advertised.
In addition, she vehemently advocated environmental protection and human rights and against animal experiments, first with the Greens, for whom she sat for six years in the Bavarian state parliament, and finally with the V party (party for change, vegetarians and vegans). The funeral should take place in the closest circle of friends.