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Willy A. Kleinau (1907–1957)

Willy A. Kleinau was born on November 12, 1907 in Mühlhausen, Germany. He was an actor, known for The Captain from Köpenick (1956), The Czar and the Carpenter (1956) and Mein Bruder Josua (1956). He died on October 18, 1957 in Merseburg, East Germany. See full bio »

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 1959 Reifender Sommer
Erich Kattner
 1957 Die Schönste
Alexander Berndorf
 1957 Frühling in Berlin
Grieche aus Los Angeles
 1957 Spielbank-Affäre
 1957 Tempestuous Love
Friedrich Eichler
 1956 Was die Schwalbe sang
Forester Mahnke
 1956 Mein Bruder Josua
Mathias Bruckner
 1956/II Das Konzert (TV Movie)
Gustav Heink, Pianist
 1956 Waldwinter
Verwalter Stengel
 1956 Das Bad auf der Tenne
Müllermeister Klas (as W.A. Kleinau)
 1955 Love, Dance, and 1000 Songs
Luigi (as Willi A. Kleinau)
 1955 Ein Polterabend
 1955 Das Fräulein von Scuderi
René Cardillac
 1955 Der Teufel vom Mühlenberg
 1954 Carola Lamberti - Eine vom Zirkus
 1954 Gefährliche Fracht
Tetje Köhlermann
 1954 Kein Hüsung
Oll Daniel
 1953 Die Unbesiegbaren
Herr Schulz
 1952 Schatten über den Inseln
Bassen Brause
 1952 Roman einer jungen Ehe
Dr. Ulrich Plisch
 1950 Hafenmelodie (as Willy Kleinau)
 1950 Der Rat der Götter
Mr. Lawson, of Standard Oil Co.

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Alternate Names:

W.A. Kleinau | Willi A. Kleinau | Willy Kleinau

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German character actor, trained under Louise Dumont, on stage from 1932. Member of the Berliner Ensemble and the Deutsches Theater Ostberlin. Appeared in both West German and Defa films during the 1950's, noted for his versatility in diverse characterisations, ranging from sentimental to brutal, from comedic to cynical. Died from the consequences of a car crash.

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