Michael Cramer (actor)

Michael Cramer ( born March 1, 1930 in Wickrathberg, † November 28, 2000 in Munich; native Karl Hermann Kramer ) was a German actor and voice actor.

Life and career

He trained to become an interpreter in English and Spanish and studied at the Free University of Berlin and at the University of Marburg Theatre Studies and Journalism. In 1952, he spent two semesters at the University of Valladolid. He then studied newspaper sciences and worked for some time for the Piety "Night despatch ".

His acting career began in student cabarets, after which he was trained by the drama teacher Else Bongers. After a few appearances on the comedy Berlin, he was discovered in 1953 for the film. Cramer often embodied nice young men during the Adenauer era in home movies and comedies.

In the sixties, Cramer focused more on his stage work. He was seen at theaters in Berlin, Cologne and especially to the little comedy in Munich. From 1960 he was also frequently found in the synchronization use. He lent his voice Dean Stockwell ( Sons and Lovers ), George Peppard ( Breakfast at Tiffany's, The Carpetbaggers, Tobruk and The Blue Max ), Tony Curtis ( The Great Race around the World, 1965), Paul Newman ( Indianapolis, 1969), Sean Connery ( the clock is running out, 1974) and Clint Eastwood ( Coogan's big bluff, Betrayed, Sinola, on behalf of the dragon).

Michael Cramer was temporarily married to actress Eva Rimsky and with what became known as a TV and radio presenter of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in the 1960s to 90s, Anne -Marie sprat.

His ashes were placed in the ballot hall of the Munich North cemetery.