Bernhard Goetzke’s Age, Height, Weight, Net Worth, Parents, Girlfriend, Wife, Biography, Wikipedia, Children, Birth Date

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Bernhard Goetzke was born on June 5, 1884, in Danzig, German Empire. He was a German stage and film actor who died on October 7 , 1964 in West Berlin. He was buried in the Ruhleben cemetery.Without a doubt, Bernhard Goetzke was considered one of the most striking and influential faces of German silent film.

He trained as an actor and also served at theaters in Hagen and Dresden.
Bernhard Goetzke also worked at Max Reinhardt’s theaters in Berlin and the Schiller Theater for several years.

He played the lead role in Fritz Lang’s The Tired Death in 1921 and in 1922, he played the role of public prosecutor in Dr. Mabuse, the player.It must be noted that he played roles in several films but his last leading role was in 1928 with respect to the film titled Salamandra.

Some of the films to the credit of Bernhard Goetzke include 1917: Fear, 1919: Veritas vincit, 1919: The Panther Bride,1919: Kill no more!1919: The Malay’s Dagger,1919: Scary Stories,1919: Madame Dubarry,1919: According to the Law, 1920: The Brothers Karamasoff, 1920: The Skull of the Pharaoh’s Daughter, 1920: The hunt for Death, 1921: The Bombay Mystery, 1921: The Genoa Conspiracy, 1921: Island of the Dead,1921: The Indian Tomb,1921: The tired death and 1921: Dr. Mabuse, the player.

He was also involved in some theater productions some of which are 1916: Georg Büchner: Danton’s Death (Lacroix) – Director: Max Reinhardt ( Deutsches Theater Berlin ), 1916: Gerhart Hauptmann: The Rats (Erich Spitta) – Director: Felix Hollaender ( Volksbühne Theater am Bülowplatz Berlin ), 1917: Karl Schönherr : People in Need (Kofler-Sepp) – Director: Max Reinhardt (Volksbühne Theater am Bülowplatz Berlin), 1917: Robert Misch, Franz Cornelius : The Little Napoleon (Corporal) – Director: Ferdinand Gregori (Volksbühne Theater am Bülowplatz Berlin), 1917: Friedrich Schiller: Maria Stuart – Director: Max Reinhardt (Volksbühne Theater am Bülowplatz Berlin) and 1918: William Shakespeare: King Lear (Cornwall) – Director: Carl Heine (Volksbühne Theater am Bülowplatz Berlin).

Bernhard Goetzke’s Age, Birth Date

Bernhard Goetzke was born on June 5, 1884. He was 80 years old at the time of his death.

Bernhard Goetzke’s Biography, Wikipedia

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Bernhard Goetzke’s Net Worth

His net worth is estimated to be $ 4 million.

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