answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

Cissy Kraner's birth name is Gisela Kraner.

User Avatar

Wiki User

9y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What is the birth name of Cissy Kraner?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

When did Cissy Kraner die?

Cissy Kraner died on February 1, 2012, in Baden, Lower Austria, Austria.


When was Cissy Kraner born?

Cissy Kraner was born on January 13, 1918, in Vienna, Austria-Hungary [now Austria].


What is the birth name of Cissy Houston?

Cissy Houston's birth name is Emily Drinkard.


What is the birth name of Cissy King?

Cissy King's birth name is Claire Yvonne King.


What is the birth name of Cissy Wellman?

Cissy Wellman's birth name is Celia McCarthy Wellman.


What is the birth name of Cissy van Marxveldt?

Cissy van Marxveldt's birth name is de Haan, Setske.


Who is Whitney Houstons mum?

Her name is Cissy Houston.


What is Whitney Houston mother name?

The name of Whitney's mother is Cissy Houston.


What actors and actresses appeared in Hochzeit am Bodensee - 1969?

The cast of Hochzeit am Bodensee - 1969 includes: Kurt Huemer as Franz Cissy Kraner as Walpurga Monique Lobasa as Liesl Robert Marenke as Lobmeyer Lotte Rysanek as Gretl Frans van Daalen as Harry Hell


What is Whitney Houston's mom's name?

Emily "Cissy" Houston.


What is Whitney Houston's mom's name?

Emily "Cissy" Houston.


What movie and television projects has Cissy Kraner been in?

Cissy Kraner has: Played Singer in "Familie Schimek" in 1957. Played Singer in "Einmal eine grosse Dame sein" in 1957. Performed in "Das ist mein Wien" in 1965. Performed in "Wiener Schnitzel" in 1967. Played Paula Pauletti in "Die Landstreicher" in 1968. Played Walpurga in "Hochzeit am Bodensee" in 1969. Played Performer in "Heinz Conrads und seine Freunde..." in 1978. Played Frau Schmiedl in "Die blaue Maus" in 1978. Performed in "Tohuwabohu" in 1990. Performed in "Moral" in 1993. Played Herself - Ball der Filmschaffenden 1955 in "Die Zweite Republik - Eine unglaubliche Geschichte" in 2005.