The Klinger born under the name Paul Karl Heinrich Klinksik began his schauspielerische career after an architecture study first with the theatre. Klingers interest in the looking plaything waked by his schoolmate Helmut Käutner. Admits became it, after it received a commitment with the German theatre in Berlin as a juvenile hero.
With the film Klingers career began 1933 in the strip “you is not not to desire”, that it a contract with the then large film companies Ufa, Terra and Tobis - simultaneous - brought in. Some roles in further films followed.
After the Second World War it received further Filmrollen, in the 50's-years reached Klinger with roles in films like “Pünktchen and Anton “,” the flying classroom “or with films from the” Immenhof “- row its most popular phase.
1943 it already worked in the Synchronstudio. In the 50's and 60's-years Paul Klinger ranked among the usually-busy synchronous speakers in Germany. He spoke beside many other as well-known actors as Charlton Heston, Jean Marais, Jean Gabin, Cary Grant, Stewart Granger or William Holden.
Since the early 60's-years he was to be seen only rare on the canvas. It began a television career and became known among other things by the WDR Sechsteiler “Tim Frazer” from Francis Durbridge as well as the Second Channel of German Television crime film series “commissioner Brahm” a broad television public.
Apart from its work for theatres, film and television he participated since the 40's-years also in numerous radio play productions of German broadcasting corporations.
Paul Klinger, who was to be seen in over 70 films, deceased 1971 at a cardiac infarct.
1974 became it honours Paul Klinger artist social work e. V. based, since it had already exerted itself during its lifetimes for socially disadvantaged artists.
- you is not to desire (blood and Scholle) (1933)
- dear people (1935)
- men before the marriage (1936)
- the old Fritz (Fridericus) (1936)
- the beautiful Ms Schragg (1936/1937)
- twice two in the sky bed (1937)
- like once in May (1937)
- Gauner in the Frack (1937)
- large alarm (1937/1938)
- I is (1939) Kriminalkommissar Eyck (
- 1939/1940) equivalent again there
- alarm (1940)
- Herzensfreud - heart wrong (1940)
- the golden city (1941/1942)
- heiress of the rose yard (1942)
- Immensee (1942/1943)
- the life calls (1944)
- the green salon (1944)
- Marriage in the shade (1947)
- meeting with value ago (1949)
- Falschmünzer at the work (1950)
- the night without sin (1950)
- secret of a marriage (1951)
- nut/mother its against it very much… (1951)
- At the well before that gates (1952)
- my heart you may not ask (1952)
- wedding on journeys (1953)
- Pünktchen and Anton (1953)
- if the white Flieder again flower (1953)
- the flying classroom (1954)
- lucky one journey (1954)
- rose Resli (1954)
- bath on the threshing floor (1955)
- The girls of the Immenhof (1955)
- my Leopold (1955)
- search child 312 (1955)
- the old Försterhaus (1956)
- Hengst Maestoso Austria (1956)
- wedding on Immenhof (1956)
- Holidays on Immenhof (1957)
- love can like poison be (1958)
- Rommel calls Cairo (1958)
- Sebastian Kneipp - a large life (1958)
- I cannot be silent longer (1961)
- the white spider (1963)
- the pub of Dartmoor (1964)
- the secret of the three Dschunken (1965)
- Paul Temple and the case Alex (radio play) (1968)
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||of German actors|
|DATE OF BIRTH||14. June 1907|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||meal|
|DYING DATE||14. November 1971|
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