She was born in Prague to a French father and Chilean-German mother, and began her career as a costume designer in the Berlin Opera. Her first role was in 1966 in Sperrbezirk by Will Tremper. Starting from 1969, she began to work regularly, especially in Italian crime, horror and erotic movies. In the 1980s she was featured in several Italian TV series and the French-German feature film S.A.S. à San Salvador.
The character of Lassander Dagmar in the Italian-influenced 2015 horror film We Are Still Here is named after her.