Jaecki Schwarz

Jaecki Black ( born February 26, 1946 in Berlin ) is a German actor.

Career as an actor

During the visit of the Alexander -von- Humboldt High School in Berlin he completed an apprenticeship as photochemistry skilled workers. Then he applied twice at various drama schools, but received after the aptitude test each rejection. On the third try he was successful, and then studied at the School for Film and Television " Konrad Wolf" in Potsdam -Babelsberg.

Jaecki Black plays since the 1960s, particularly in television films. He is best known for his starring role in the DEFA film I was nineteen, directed by Konrad Wolf. After Black was also a busy theater actor on the stages of the city of Magdeburg, at the Berliner Ensemble and at the Maxim Gorki Theater.

From 1996 to 2012, he played the police chief decorations in the crime series Police 110 The 50th and last case with Chief Inspector Decorate aired on March 3, 2013.

In the ZDF series A strong team Black plays since 1994, emerging in every episode Supporting Role Sputnik.


Since 2004 is also officially announced that Black is gay. When Queer Nations initiative black is one of the members of the Board of Trustees. In addition, he serves as an honorary ambassador for the Children's Foundation Hospice Central Germany Nordhausen eV in Tambach -Dietharz.

In July 2011, Black was the patron of the 18th Seminar of the Federal employee network VelsPol Germany eV ( association of lesbian and gay police staff eV ). Since August 2011 he is honorary member of the VelsPol Berlin -Brandenburg eV

Black lives in Berlin.