He was an actor, known for Tecumseh (1972), Otpisani (1974) and Otpisani (1974). He was married to Hanna. He died on April 4, 1997 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio » Born: January 3, 1922 in Halle, Germany Died: April 4, 1997 (age 75) in Berlin, Germany Quick Links Biography Awards Photo Gallery Filmography (by Job) Trailers and Videos
- January 3, 1922
- Rudolf Ulrich
- April 4, 1997
7 VIDEOS | 18 IMAGES Play trailer with sound1:57 Ulrich Noethen was born on November 18, 1959 in Munich, Germany. He is an actor, known for Downfall (2004), Das Sams (2001) and Das fliegende Klassenzimmer (2003). He was previously married to Friederike Wagner. See full bio » Born: November 18, 1959 in Munich, Germany
- Munich, Germany
- 5' 9" (1.75 m)
- Actor | Soundtrack
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biography. After training as an actor, Piper made his feature film debut in Georg Jacoby's adaptation of Der Bettelstudent with Marika Rökk and Johannes Heesters in 1936 . This was followed by appearances in productions such as Es shine the stars , love can lie (both 1937) and Die Korallenprinzessin (1938). In 1938 he was the first television ...
- German actor, presenter and voice actor
- February 1972
- March 4, 1908
- Piper, Heinz
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Rühmann was born in Essen as the son of a restaurateur. His father Hermann Rühmann moved to Berlin in 1915, where he probably committed suicide a little later. The exact circumstances of death could never be clarified. His son Heinz began his acting career during the early 1920s and appeared in numerous theatres in Germany during the following years. His role in the 1930 movie Die Drei von der Tankstelle (The Three from the Filling Station) led him to film stardom. He remained highly popular...
Career during the Third Reich
During the 1933-45 period, he acted in 37 films and directed four. After January 1933, Rühmann did not speak openly about German politics, but instead kept himself as neutral as possible. He never stated a word against or towards the Nazis in the press, although he had been a supporter of democracy. In 1938, he divorced his Jewish wife Maria, who then left Germany and travelled to Stockholm where she married a Swedish actor. The divorce caused Rühmann to be accused by some of wanting to secur...
Rühmann had a difficult time resuming his career after the war, but by the mid-1950s, the former comedian had established himself again as a star, only this time as Germany's leading character actor. In 1956, Rühmann starred in the title role of the internationally acclaimed picture Der Hauptmann von Köpenick (The Captain of Köpenick), the true story of a Prussian cobbler, Wilhelm Voigt, who dressed up as an army officer and took over the town hall in Köpenick. In the days of...1938: Venice Film Festival: Medal for his acting in Der Mustergatte1940: Appointed Staatsschauspielerby the Third Reich1940: Honorary Membership in the Danish Flight Club1957: Golden Gate Award (Best Actor) for Der Hauptmann von Köpenick
1. Death of a Salesman[de] (1968, based on Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller, directed by Gerhard Klingenberg) (with Käthe Gold), as Willy Loman 2. Sag’s dem Weihnachtsmann[de] (1969, based on a play by Derek Bond), as Leslie Darwin 3. Mein Freund Harvey[de] (1970, based on Harvey by Mary Chase) (with Susi Nicoletti and Charles Régnier), as Elwood Dowd 4. Photo Finish[de] (1970, based on Photo Finish by Peter Ustinov) (with Hans Söhnker, Harry Meyen, and Erika Pluhar), as Sam Kinsale, 80 y...
1. All Lies(1938) 2. Lauter Liebe[de](1940) 3. Sophienlund[de](1943) 4. Der Engel mit dem Saitenspiel[de](1944) 5. Die kupferne Hochzeit(1948)Franz J. Görtz, Hans Sarkowicz: Heinz Rühmann 1902 - 1994. Der Schauspieler und sein Jahrhundert. Beck, Munich (2001) ISBN 3-406-48163-9Torsten Körner: Ein guter Freund: Heinz Rühmann. Aufbau-Verlag, Berlin (2003) ISBN 3-7466-1925-4Hans-Ulrich Prost: Das war Heinz Rühmann. Bastei, Bergisch Gladbach (1994) ISBN 3-404-61329-5Fred Sellin: Ich brech die Herzen..., das Leben des Heinz Rühmann. Rowohlt, Reinbek (2001) ISBN 3-498-06349-9Heinz Rühmann at IMDbHeinz Rühmann at Find a Grave
He was an actor, known for Asterix and Obelix vs. Caesar (1999), GoldenEye (1995) and The Marriage of Maria Braun (1979). He was married to Brigitte. He died on September 1, 2014 in Utting am Ammersee, Bavaria, Germany. See full bio » Born: August 29, 1942 in Berlin, Germany Died: September 1, 2014 (age 72) in Utting am Ammersee, Bavaria, Germany
- Berlin, Germany
- Utting am Ammersee, Bavaria, Germany
By the age of 15 he had lost both his parents. At 17, he had a serious accident while train surfing, and had to spend six weeks in the hospital as a result. Fürmann left school after his Mittlere Reife and after that worked as a waiter and a bouncer. In 1991 he went to New York City and studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute .