Pasetti, Peter

BORN 8 Jul 1916, München, Bayern - DIED 23 May 1996, Diessen am Ammersee, Bayern
GRAVE LOCATION München, Bayern: Nordfriedhof, Ungererstrasse 130 (114-1-36)

Peter Pasetti took acting and music lessons before he made his stage debut in 1936. In 1940 he made his first movie, "Das Fräulein von Barnhelm". After a second part the war temporarily ended his movie career. He held theatre engagements at theatres in Ingolstadt and Kiel before he returned to Munich where he worked for the Kammerspiele from 1947 to 1949.

He resumed his acting career in 1948 when he was in "Die kupferne Hochzeit" with Herta Feiler. Many more movies followed and from the 1960s onwards he also worked for television. Alltogether he had more than 140 television and movie parts. Apart from that he was the dubbed German voice for actors like Humphrey Bogarth, Orson Welles and Gary Cooper.

• Father: Pasetti, Leo
• Wife: Werner, Margot (divorce or separation)

Related persons
• was pupil of Achmann, Magda Lena


Peter Pasetti.
Picture by Hedy Elkan


Peter Pasetti.
Picture by Herzog Film


The grave of Leo and Peter Pasetti at the Nordfriedhof, Munich.
Picture by Androom (30 Aug 2009)


• Scheibmayr, Erich, Wer? Wann? Wo? - Teil 2 -, Weitere Persönlichkeiten in Münchner Friedhöfen, Verlag Erich Scheibmayr, München, 1997
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Published: 20 Sep 2009
Last update: 01 Mar 2022