Ernst Haeussermann

Ernst Haeussermann (3 June 1916 – 11 June 1984) was a German-born Austrian theatre director and actor. Haeussermann was the son of the actor Reinhold Häussermann. Because of his Jewish origins, he was forced to flee Austria after the Anschluss of 1938. He settled in the United States, and appeared in small roles in several Hollywood productions. He returned to Austria after the war, and he worked in the country's most prominent theatres.[1] He was married twice: first to Johanna Lothar, a fellow émigré he met in America and later to the actress Susi Nicoletti.

Ernst Haeussermann
Born3 June 1916
Died11 June 1984 (1984-06-12) (aged 68)
Other namesErnst Häussermann
Ernst Hausman
Theatre director
Years active1934–1943 (film)


Year Title Role Notes
1934A Star Fell from Heaven
1935Címzett ismeretlenToni
1940The Story of Dr. Ehrlich's Magic BulletHans WeisgartUncredited
1940Four SonsSchmitt
1940This Man ReuterHeinrichUncredited
1942The Pied PiperSoldierUncredited
1942Secret EnemiesSecond BellhopUncredited
1942Once Upon a HoneymoonGerman Getting Film from Le BlancUncredited
1943ChetniksGerman Corporal
1943The Moon Is DownMoellerUncredited
1943Tonight We Raid CalaisYoung Nazi GuardUncredited
1943Mission to MoscowShip's Steward
1943Action in the North AtlanticGermanUncredited
1943Hitler's MadmanSentryUncredited
1943Background to DangerClerkUncredited
1943HostagesOrderly in Patzer's OfficeUncredited


  1. Weniger p.580


  • Weniger, Kay. 'Es wird im Leben dir mehr genommen als gegeben ...' Lexikon der aus Deutschland und Österreich emigrierten Filmschaffenden 1933 bis 1945:. ACABUS Verlag, 2011.

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