Ellen Vogel

Ellen Vogel
Ellen Vogel in 1976
Born Ellen Marie Elze Vogel
(1922-01-26)26 January 1922
The Hague, Netherlands
Died 5 August 2015(2015-08-05) (aged 93)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nationality Dutch
Occupation Actress
Years active 1945–2013
Spouse(s) Hans Jürgen Tobi
(m. 1942–1949; divorced)
Fons Rademakers
(m. 1953–1957; divorced)
Joan James Charles Maria Joseph Münninghoff
(m. 1976–2012; his death)
Children Peter Paul Tobi (born 1946)
Parent(s) Albert Vogel, Sr. (father)
Ellen Buwalda (mother)
Relatives Tanja Vogel (sister)
Albert Vogel, Jr. (brother)

Ellen Marie Elze Anthing Vogel (Dutch pronunciation: ; 26 January 1922 – 5 August 2015) was a Dutch television-film and stage actress.[1]


Born on 26 January 1922 in The Hague, Netherlands as the second child of publicist Louis Albert Anthing Vogel (1874–1933) and Ellen Buwalda (1890-1985), Her older sister Pauline Berthe Theodore "Tanja" Anthing Vogel (1919–1997) was the owner of a ballet studio in Wassenaar and her younger brother Albert Theodore Leonard Carel Anthing Vogel, Jr. (1924-1982) was also an actor.

In 1942 Vogel married Hans Jürgen Tobi (born 16 April 1916 in Dortmund, German Empire) they had one son Peter Paul Tobi (born 2 October 1946). Vogel and Tobi divorced in October 1949, Hans Jürgen Tobi died on 18 April 2000 in Gorssel, Netherlands aged 84. Vogel later was married to Dutch filmmaker and actor Fons Rademakers from 1953 till 1957. In 1976 Vogel married Joan James Charles Maria Joseph "Jimmy" Münninghoff (born 25 September 1925 in Riga, Latvia) Münninghoff died unexpected on 7 June 2012 in Amsterdam, Netherlands aged 86.

Ellen Vogel died on 5 August 2015 in Amsterdam at the age of 93.

Selected filmography

Awards and honours


  1. ^ (Dutch) Ellen Vogel – Biografie, Wijbrandschaap.nl, 1 November 2000
  2. ^ (Dutch) Troilus en Cressida, Theaterencyclopedie, May 22, 2007
  3. ^ (Dutch) Ellen Vogel: Ik ben ijdel genoeg om deze aandacht heerlijk te vinden, Trouw, February 1, 2007

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