Klaus Schwarzkopf

Klaus Schwarzkopf (18 December 1922 in Neuruppin 21 June 1991 in Bochum) was a German actor. From 1971 until 1978 he starred in the Norddeutscher Rundfunk version of the popular television crime series Tatort. He was also known as a respected stage actor and for being the German synchronisation voice of Peter Falk as Columbo during the 1970s.

Schwarzkopf was gay, but never admitted it. His partner was the dancer Hubertus Moeller. Schwarzkopf died in 1991 of AIDS.[1]

Filmography

Film

Television

  • 1964: Nachtzug D 106 (TV Movie) as Zugkellner
  • 1964: Flug in Gefahr (TV Movie) as Harry Burdick
  • 1966: Zehn Prozent (TV Movie) as Oberregierungsrat Frühwirth
  • 1969-1974: Der Kommissar: Ratten der Großstadt as Krüger / Pock / Georg Hauffe / Gerhard Sidessen
  • 1971-1978: Tatort: Blechschaden as Gastkommissar Finke
  • 1975: Die unfreiwilligen Reisen des Moritz August Benjowski (4 episodes) as Don Pacheco
  • 1977: Tatort: Reifezeugnis as Anton L. Grigoreff / Erzähler
  • 1977: Die Dämonen (based on Dostoyevsky's Demons) as Anton L. Grigoreff / Erzähler
  • 1979: Die Buddenbrooks (based on Thomas Mann's Buddenbrooks) as Jesselmeyer, Bankier
  • 1980: Derrick (Season 7, Episode 11: "Pricker") as Alfred Pricker
  • 1981: Bekenntnisse des Hochstaplers Felix Krull (based on Thomas Mann's Confessions of Felix Krull) as Father Krull
  • 1982: Das blaue Bidet (based on an essay by Joseph Breitbach) (TV Movie) as Barbe
  • 1983: Gin Romme (TV Movie)
  • 1983: Die Rückkehr der Zeitmaschine (TV Movie) as Dr. Erasmus Beilowski
  • 1986: Liebling Kreuzberg: Doppeleinsatz as Dagobert Gruber
  • 1976: Die Stunde des Léon Bisquet (TV Movie) as Léon Bisquet
  • 1987-1992: Praxis Bülowbogen (18 episodes) as Gleisdreieck

References

  1. Bernd-Ulrich Hergemöller: Mann für Mann – Ein biographisches Lexikon, Suhrkamp Taschenbuch, Hamburg 2001


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