Capital: € 5 million
Age: 76
Born: 03/02/1944
Country of origin: Germany
Source of wealth: actress
Last updated: 2022

Short introduction

Uschi Glas’s real name is Helga Ursula Glas. She was born on March 2, 1944 and is a German actress.

Early life

Uschi Glas grew up with four older siblings in Landau an der Isar. After middle school she worked as an accountant. After moving to Munich, she worked in a law firm and in a haulage company.

At a film premiere, she made an impression on the producer Horst Wendlandt at the reception despite some critical comments from Uschi Glas – or because of that. She received the first small film role in the Edgar Wallace film “The Eerie Monk”.


After her first role, Uschi Glas took acting lessons and was soon able to take on leading roles, for example in “Winnetou and the Half-Blood Apantschi” alongside Pierre Brice and in “The Monk with the Whip”.

Uschi Glas achieved notoriety through her role in “To the Point, Sweetie” in 1968. The film series “Die Lümmel von der Erste Bank” followed in the same year. Roy Black often played at her side in other films in which she took on the leading female role.

In 1970 she recorded a record to start her career as a pop singer. Over the years, she recorded some records, but Uschi Glas has become known as an actress. The album with Christmas carols, which was released in 2002, reached number 45 in the German charts.

Uschi Glas played in series such as “Polizeiinspektion I”, “Our most beautiful years” and from 1989 “Zwei Münchner in Hamburg” and in many other television films and television series. From 1992 to 1993 she played in the series “Ein Schloss am Wörthersee”. She took the lead in season 3 of the series after Roy Black, who played the lead in the first two seasons, passed away.

Uschi Glas has also performed often in the theater. She also played in some crime series on German television. Uschi Glas is still active today and can be seen on television and even in the cinema. So she played a supporting role as a teacher in the films “Fack ju Göthe”, “Fack ju Göthe 2” and “Fack ju Göthe 3”, which came to the cinemas in 2013, 2015 and 2017 and were very successful.

Uschi Glas is also socially involved. She has received numerous awards not only for her work as an actress, but also for her social engagement. These awards are quite impressive. Not only did she receive the Golden Camera three times and six golden Bravo Ottos. She was also awarded the Federal Cross of Merit 1st Class, a Bavarian Order of Merit and the Bavarian State Medal for Social Merit.

Career highlights

The beginning of Uschi Glas’s career was probably also the highlight. She starred in numerous films, from 1967 to 1972 there were more than 30. During this time she was awarded many awards and at the same time the basis was created for a long and successful career. Uschi Glas managed to be present on German screens and screens for more than fifty years. Of the 100 most successful German films released in 1966 and 2017, Uschi Glas participated in 10.

Famous quotes

A quote from Uschi Glas on the topic of fashion: “Fashion doesn’t have to be beautiful. It is enough that it is new. ”

Although many of the films she has starred in are about true love, she doesn’t seem to believe it herself. “Eternal love only exists on vacation – for 14 days.”

The best-known words by Uschi Glas seem to be: “If you don’t want to get older, you have to die first.” With this quote she shows a healthy attitude towards aging.

Success tips

Uschi Glas advises people who want to be vital, happy and successful even in old age. You shouldn’t put your hands in your lap and say that it is so now.


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