Karin Himboldt (1920–2005) was a German film actress. She is perhaps best known for her roles in the Heinz Rühmann comedy films Quax the Crash Pilot (1941) and Die Feuerzangenbowle (1944). Her career was damaged in 1944 when the Nazi regime banned her from filming: Himbold had denied the Nazi salute at the premiere of Die Feuerzangenbowle and was also married to a so-called "Half-Jew". She retired from film acting in 1959 and married the boss of a chemical concern in Basel.
|Born||8 February 1920|
|Died||1 December 2005|
|Years active||1940-1959 (film)|
|1941||Quax the Crash Pilot||Marianne Bredow|
|1942||Der Seniorchef||Helene von Schulte|
|1944||Die Feuerzangenbowle||Eva Knauer|
|1944||Tierarzt Dr. Vlimmen||Nel van der Kalk|
|1947||Quax in Africa||Marianne Bredow|
|1949||Verführte Hände||Elizza Ebenwyl|
|1951||A Tale of Five Cities||Charlotte Smith|
|1951||Die Frauen des Herrn S.||Frau Sinon|
|1959||Adorable Arabella||Harriet||(final film role)|
- Goble p.197
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.