May 10, 1932
Werner Bruhns (1952-1957)
Stanley Kubrick (1958-1999)
Christiane Kubrick was born to Fritz Moritz Harlan and Ingeborg. She was trained as an actress, but became better known as an artist. In 1957, her success led to her being cast for a role in one of Stanley Kubrick's first films, Paths of Glory. She was credited as Susanne Christian.
Life with Stanley KubrickEdit
In 1958, she and Kubrick married. In their marital relationship, they had two children: Anya and Vivian. In 2009, Anya died of cancer.
Stanley Kubrick would feature some of Christiane's work in his films, and she would be involved with works relating to Kubrick.
- In A Clockwork Orange, a large floral oil painting adorns the home of a writer (Frank Alexander) and his wife.
- In Eyes Wide Shut, Christiane's paintings are seen on almost every wall of Dr. an Mrs. Hartford's city apartment in New York.
- Christiane's brother, Jan Harlan, was the executive producer of every Stanley Kubrick film from 1975 (Barry Lyndon) onwards.
- Stanley Kubrick wanted to make a film about German filmmaker Veit Harlan, who Christiane Kubrick was a niece of.