During the 1960s, actress Senta Berger always caught my eye, especially in movies such as “Major Dundee” and “Cast a Giant Shadow.” What is she doing today?
—Dana Grubb, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Since the 1980s, the Vienna, Austria-born actress has been the queen of German television, often taking roles in projects directed by her husband, Michael Verhoeven. In between TV and film roles, Senta Berger, 72, works in theater, and she has served as president of the German Film Academy since 2003. The star of the 1960s American movies “See How They Run,” “The Quiller Memorandum” and “The Ambushers” wrote her autobiography, “I Knew That I Could Fly,” in 2006. She and her husband have two grown sons and operate an art-house cinema in Berlin.