|Date of Birth||22 June 1943, Bad Aussee, Styria, Austria|
|Birth Name||Klaus Georg Steng|
|Height||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
Gave his debut as an actor in 1962. Member of the 'Wiener Burgtheater' in Vienna since 1972. Played at the 'Salzburger Festspiele' since 1975. Directed plays since 1977. Debuted as a movie actor in 1972.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Oliver Heidelbach
Klaus Maria Brandauer was a music student and studied drama at Stuttgarter Hochschule. He was a true stage actor and therefore didn't like to work in movies except for two small parts in The Salzburg Connection (1972) and A Sunday in October (1979). This changed when Hungarian director István Szabó gave him a leading part in Mephisto (1981). Brandauer received the actors award in Cannes and that opened door to international films. Together with the movies Colonel Redl (1985) and Hanussen (1988), all directed by István Szabó, these three movies formed the 'German trilogy' of Brandauer. He received a Golden Globe and Oscar nomination for his role of Bror Blixen in Out of Africa (1985). The first movie he directed himself was Seven Minutes (1989). He also played the leading role in this movie.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Wladimir van Heemst <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Natalie Krenn||(6 July 2007 - present)|
|Karin Brandauer||(1963 - 13 November 1992) (her death) (1 child)|