- Daughter of Wolf Albach-Retty and Magda Schneider
- Her daughter Sara-Magdalena, who resembles her very much, has already got several invitations to star somewhere, but the girl's father Daniel Biasini doesn't want her to follow her mother's steps.
- Was engaged to Alain Delon (1959-1963)
- Mother of Sarah Biasini.
- Portrayed on a postage stamp issued on Oct. 3, 1998 by the French Post Office.
- In 8 Femmes, when Louise (Emanuelle Beart) shows a picture of her former employer, it is a picture of Romy Schneider.
- Good friends with German Bundeskanzler Willy Brandt. She was one of many celebrities supporting his politics of social novation.
- Ranked #1 in a list by tabloid "Bild" searching the "50 most beautiful Germans ever" (30 April 2005).
- Was good friends with French actor Jean-Claude Brialy and French TV presenter Michel Drucker.
- Cesar award winner.
- Stepfather was Hans-Herbert Blatzheim, a restaurateur.
- Her role as Chantal in Garde à vue (1981) was held by Monica Bellucci in the American remake of the film Under Suspicion (2000).
- Was good friends with director Luchino Visconti.
- Shares birthday with French stage actor Jean Piat, singer Ray Charles, actor Gino Paoli and Spanish singer Julio Iglesias.
- Had a younger brother named Wolfgang.
- Her first husband Harry Meyen, a stage director, committed suicide in 1978.
- Is buried at Boissy-Sans-Avoir cemetery.
- Was nicknamed "Miss worried".
- Her son - with Harry Meyen - David-Christopher died in 1981 after being impaled on a fence.
- After her first movie, Wolf Albach-Retty wrote his daughter: "Put your childhood in your pocket and run away because that's everything you have!".
- Pedro Almodovar's film Todo sobre mi madre (1999) is partially dedicated to her.
- She never overcame the loss of her son. She suffered from depressions after his death resulting in an alcohol problem.
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