Christian Doermer (born 5 July 1935) is a German actor and director. He has appeared in 83 films and television shows since 1954. He starred in the 1966 film No Shooting Time for Foxes. The film was entered into the 16th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear Extraordinary Jury Prize. In 1969, Doermer appeared as a German soldier attending the Christmas truce in Sir Richard Attenborough's satirical World War I musical film Oh! What a Lovely War.
|Born||5 July 1935|
Doermer himself has also directed a fair number of films including documentaries and television films. In 1962, he was one of the 26 authors of the famous Oberhausen Manifesto, demanding a change in German film.
- Viele kamen vorbei (1956), as Jochen
- Teenage Wolfpack (1956), as Jan Borchert
- All Roads Lead Home (1957), as Michael
- Der Stern von Afrika (1957), as Unteroffizier Klein
- Precocious Youth (1957), as Wolfgang
- Flucht nach Berlin (1961), as Claus Baade
- Das Riesenrad (1961), as Hubert von Hill jr.
- Das Halstuch (1962, TV miniseries), as Gerald Quincey
- Die Revolution entläßt ihre Kinder (1962, TV miniseries), as Wolfgang Leonhard
- Terror After Midnight (1962), as Nolan Stoddard
- The Bread of Those Early Years (1962), as Walter Fendrich
- Love at Twenty (1962), as Tonio
- Tre per una rapina (1964), as Mario
- No Shooting Time for Foxes (1966), as Viktor
- Die Rechnung – eiskalt serviert (1966), as Tommy Wheeler
- The Syndicate (1968), as Kurt Hohmann
- Joanna (1968), as Hendrik Casson
- Oh! What a Lovely War (1969), as Fritz
- Downhill Racer (1969), as the German skier at the Winter Olympics
- Lettow-Vorbeck: Der deutsch-ostafrikanische Imperativ (1984, directed by Christian Doermer)
- Väter und Söhne – Eine deutsche Tragödie (1986, TV miniseries), as Dr. Körner
- Das Treibhaus (1987), as Felix Keetenheuve
- Ende der Unschuld (1991, TV film), as Abraham Esau
- Stauffenberg (2004, TV film), as Field marshal Wilhelm Keitel
- "Berlinale 1966: Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 25 February 2010.