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Born in Kempten, Allgäu, Germany
Died in Munich, Bavaria, West Germany

Mini Bio (1)

Michl Lang was born on January 16, 1899 in Kempten, Allgäu, Germany. He was an actor and writer, known for Feuerwerk (1954), Lausbubengeschichten (1964) and Die Lokalbahn (1960). He was married to Fanny Pröll. He died on December 21, 1979 in Munich, Bavaria, West Germany.

Spouse (1)

Fanny Pröll (1923 - 21 December 1979) (his death)

Trivia (5)

From the 40's he acted regular at the Munich Volkstheater as well as at the Schaubühne "Platzl". He took over the theater as successor of the legendary Weiss Ferdl and he led the theater till 1949. In this time he not only was active as an actor but also wrote some plays.
He experiences an other push of popularity with his roles for the Komödienstadel which were often recorded for television.
The actor Michl Lang became against the will of his parents an actor and he began his career in the 20's at different stages in Munich.
He had his breakthrough after the war with the serial "Brumml-G'schichten" for the Bayerischer Rundfunk together with Liesl Karlstadt.
To his last cinematical works belong "Der Ehestreik" (1971) and "Die Lokalbahn" (1972), afterwards he retired from the film business because of his state of health.

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