“A feeling of happiness”: Dieter Hallervorden married again

“A Feeling of Happiness”
Dieter Hallervorden got married again

It is his third marriage: Dieter Hallervorden has remarried. The cabaret artist and actor is now married to theater colleague Christiane Zander. The 86-year-old and the former stunt woman now want to “enjoy life to the fullest,” they say.

Actor Dieter Hallervorden got married again. The “Bild am Sonntag” and the “BZ am Sonntag” reported on this. Accordingly, he said yes to his partner Christiane Zander on Friday in Berlin. “Wedding brings happiness. And happiness is the only thing that gets bigger when you share it!” Said the 86-year-old.

In the wedding picture published by the newspapers, he can be seen in a suit and tied with a rope. Zander pulls – she practically has her groom on a leash. At the wedding, according to “Bild”, Roberto Blanco sang, at the party Hallervorden danced in jeans with his wife, who wore a white dress.

“For many people, life is a risk,” says Hallervorden. “It starts with them every morning with the first step out of bed and continues on slippery tiles. Christiane and I, on the other hand, see life as a gift that should be enjoyed to the fullest.”

Hallervorden became known in the 1970s with television sketches, later he made films like “His Last Race” and “Honig im Kopf”. In Berlin he directs the Schlosspark Theater and the cabaret “Die Wühlmäuse”. He also wants to open a theater in Dessau-Roßlau.

It is the third marriage for Hallervorden, he and Zander have been a couple for seven years. She used to be a stunt woman, is around 30 years younger and now works at the Schlosspark Theater herself. She was also there on the stage. Hallervorden made the relationship public in 2016 in a letter in the “Bild am Sonntag”.

What is the meaning of marriage for the two? Zander said that her last name will now change. “I’ll have to do a lot of administrative work before the issue is resolved. I don’t think the relationship itself will change.” Hallervorden said: “It conveys that the confession ‘I love you’ is not just verbally exchanged, but is intended for ever and ever.”