Renate Holm was a German-Austrian opera soprano and film actress who worked in the media for over three decades. Horst-Wolfgang Haase was Ranate Holm’s husband for 7 years. The couple got married in 1965.
Unfortunately, there is no information regarding, Horst-Wolfgang Haase’s personal life, but his wife, Renate Holm was the granddaughter of Karl von Bülow, a German field marshal during World War I.
Hit Parade, The Telephone Operator, Marina, The Big Star Parade, Request Concert, Where the Lark Sings, The Count of Luxemburg, and others are among the films in which Renate Holm appeared.
Renate Holm was born on August 10, 1931, in Berlin, Germany, and died on April 21, 2022, in Vienna, Austria, at the age of 90. Renate Franke was born in the German capital of Berlin.
She stated that she chose to pursue a career as an opera singer when she was twelve years old, after seeing a film adaptation of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly starring Maria Cebotari in the title role.
As a reward for an exceptional school report, her mother had taken her to the movies. Her parents divorced in 1943. In the same year, women and children were evacuated from Berlin’s bombed-out center, and the Frankes were relocated to the Spreewald region, about 90 kilometers (50 miles) east of the city.