Suzanne Roquette was a German actress, best known for her role as Main Mission Operative Tanya Alexander in Year One of the science fiction television series Space: 1999 Space:1999 costar Prentis Hancock noted her death on Facebook on May 29, 2020, and Nick Tate memorialized Suzanne on his Facebook page on May 30.
Roquette attended drama school in Berlin and has worked in German and British stage, television and film. Films include Sperrbezirk (1966, lead), Der Arzt von St Pauli (1968). She came to Britain for the educational German language series Karl und Christa and Wie Bitte. Her first film in England was Vengeance Of Fu Manchu (1967), followed by International Velvet (1978), Sahara (1983) and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989, her scene was cut). Her British television work includes episodes of Special Branch (1974), Hadleigh (1976), Airline (1982), Sorry! (1982), Lovejoy (1993) and the panel game Call My Bluff. In 2001 she appeared as the wife of a concentration camp commander in the Steven Spielberg/Tom Hanks mini-series Band Of Brothers.
Her favourite episode was Black Sun.