Ernst Wilhelm Borchert (13 March 1907 – 1 June 1990) was a German film actor and voice actor. He appeared in more than twenty films from 1941 to 1976, including a leading role in Murderers Among Us, the first German film made after World War II.
Wilhelm Borchert in 1946
|Born||13 March 1907|
|Died||June 1, 1990 83) (aged|
While only appearing occasionally in films, Borchert was very active as a star at the Berlin stage. Borchert was also one of the most prolific German voice actors of his time, giving his voice in German synchronisations to Henry Fonda, Alec Guinness and Charlton Heston in many of their films.
|1946||Murderers Among Us||Dr. Hans Mertens|
|1948||Und wieder 48||Heinz Althaus|
|1955||Herr über Leben und Tod||Prof. Georg Bertram|
|1959||Stalingrad: Dogs, Do You Want to Live Forever?||General Paulus|