BORN 27 May 1899, Malaga - DIED 29 Apr 1945, Berlin: Charlottenburg|
GRAVE LOCATION Berlin: Evangelischer Luisenfriedhof II, Königin-Elisabeth-Straße 46-50 (Feld A1-12-51/52)
Hans Brausewetter was a pupil to Hubert Heinrich, who was a director
at the Lessingtheater. He was engaged at several German theatres
before he made his first movie in 1921, "Der Marquis von Bolibar".
He was able to continue his career when sound movies were introduced
and appeared in "Das Flötenkonzert von Sanssouci" (1930) and
"Paradies der Junggesellen" (1939).|
He was shortly imprisoned by the nazi's in a concentration camp, but he was released after the actress Käthe Haack had pleaded for him with Goebbels. He died during the siege of Berlin after he was hit by a shell.
was supported by Haack, Käthe
1929/3/28: Performance of Frank Wedekind's "Der Marquis von Keith" in honour of the recently deceased Albert Steinrück
It took place at the Schauspielhaus at the Gendarmemarkt in Belrin. Director was Leopold Jessner and Heinrich Mann speeched. Among the participating actors were Heinrich George, Werner Krauss, Carola Neher, Tilla Durieux, Jakob Tiedtke, Conrad Veidt, Max Pallenberg, Elisabeth Bergner, Paul Wegener, Hans Albers, Käthe Dorsch and Veit Harlan.
Porträt des Schauspielers Hans Brausewetter by Thomas Staedeli
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