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Overview (2)

Born in Rüggeberg, Germany
Died in Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Mini Bio (1)

Karl-Heinz Peters was born on August 28, 1903 in Rüggeberg, Germany. He was an actor, known for Emilia Galotti (1958), Königlich Bayerisches Amtsgericht (1969) and Michael Kramer (1965). He died on September 5, 1990 in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.

Trivia (5)

Prolific German general purpose actor, on stage from 1926. Played just about anything from forest rangers and hotel directors to small time crooks and prison guards.
The actor Karl Heinz Peters made his film debut at the end of the 30's and took part in some important movies till the end of war.
In the 60's followed some popular movies and especially with the Edgar Wallace movies "Der rote Kreis" (1960), "Die Bande des Schreckens" (1960) and "Der grüne Bogenschütze" (1961) he became popular again for a new generation of viewers.
He continued his career after the war as a support actor and appeared in many movies of the 50's.
Karl Heinz Peters got lost in some shallow sex movies of the 70's, his last cinematical works were for TV, among them episodes to well-known serials like "Derrick and "Der Alte".

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