Senta Berger is an Austrian film, stage, and television actress, producer, and author. She was known as the queen of German Television and won several awards and nominations for theater, film, and television. Senta began acting when she was four years old and dancing when she was five. She made her debut in the movies with a small role in one of the final films directed by Austrian actor Willi Forts. Senta also became the youngest member of the Josef Stadt Theatre in Vienna in 1958. Senta Berger married German film director Michael Verhoeven in 1966. She also served as president of the German Film Academy since 2003. In the spring of 2006, Berger’s autobiography was published in Germany: Ich habe ja gewußt, daß ich fliegen kann (“I Knew That I Could Fly”). She and her husband have two grown sons and operate an art-house cinema in Berlin. Have a look at these stunning portraits of Young Senta Berger from the 1960s and 1970s.