Francesca Marazzi, a painter was the ex-wife of Hardy Kruger.
Francesca Marazzi was Hardy Kruger’s second wife.
Francesca Marazzi and Hardy Kruger got married in 1964. However, their marriage lasted for 13 years as they divorced in 1977.
Francesca Marazzi and Hardy Kruger had two children, Malaika Krüger (born 1967) and Hardy Krüger Jr. (born 1968).
Francesca Marazzi was an Italian painter. However, her ex-husband Hardy Kruger was a German actor and author, who appeared in more than 60 films from 1944 onwards.
In March 1945, Hardy Krüger was assigned to the 38th SS Division Nibelungen and was drawn into heavy combat. Hardy Krüger, then 16 years, was ordered to shoot at an American squad. When Hardy Kruger refused, he was sentenced to death for cowardice, but another SS officer countermanded the order.
Hardy Krüger continued his acting career after the Second World War with small stage roles.
After becoming a film star in Germany in the 1950s, Hardy Krüger increasingly turned to roles in international films such as Hatari!, The Flight of the Phoenix, The Wild Geese, Sundays and Cybele, A Bridge Too Far, The Battle of Neretva, The Secret of Santa Vittoria, The Red Tent, The One That Got Away, and Barry Lyndon.