|Years active 1947 - 1950 (film)|
Parents Aleksander Moisiu
Religion Roman Catholic
Spouse Heinz Berggruen
|Name Bettina Moissi|
Children Nicolas Berggruen
Role Film actress
Books Long is the road
|Born 15 October 1923BerlinGerman Empire|
Ethnicity Albanian father; Austrian mother
Occupation Film actressStage actress
Movies Long Is the Road, The Orplid Mystery
Similar People Nicolas Berggruen, Aleksander Moisiu, Heinz Berggruen, Helmut Kautner
Bettina Moissi (born October 15, 1923) is a German stage and film actress. She played the female lead in the 1948 film Long Is the Road, the first German film to portray the Holocaust.
Moisses was born in Berlin in 1923, the second child of leading stage actor Aleksandër Moisiu, a Christian of Albanian descent and his first wife, Maria Moisiu/Moissi, who was from Vienna. Her father was often branded as Jewish due to his name (which translates as "Moses") and his outspoken defense of his fellow Jewish actors and people during a period of growing anti-semitism. She is Catholic but was married to the Jewish Heinz Berggruen.
In 1960, she married the art collector Heinz Berggruen. They had two children: