Horst Buchholz

Birthday:

12/04/1933

Place of birth:

Berlin, Germany:

Biography:

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Horst Werner Buchholz  (4 December 1933 – 3 March 2003) was a German actor, remembered for his part in The Magnificent Seven and Nine Hours to Rama. He appeared in over sixty films during his acting career from 1952–2002. He was married to French actress Myriam Bru from 1958 to his death, and one of their two children is the actor Christopher Buchholz.


Film Credits

(2005)
as Himself
(2003)
as Albert Ambach
(2002)
as Maitre de Plaisir
(2002)
as Prof. Svedenborg
(2001)
as Leon
(2001)
as Fritz Pohlmann
(2001)
as Dr. George Ashton
(2000)
as Himself
(2000)
as Erster Gast
(2000)
as Dr. Lopez
(1999)
as Jean
(1998)
as
(1997)
as Dottore Lessing
(1997)
as King Jorgen
(1997)
as Wolfhart Perl
(1997)
as Bettinas Vater
(1995)
as Wolfgang Olmer
(1994)
as Darken
(1993)
as Tony Baker
(1992)
as Leichmann
(1991)
as Limey Pimlet
(1990)
as Thor
(1988)
as Dymitr Mirga
(1986)
as
(1985)
as Walter Hoffman
(1984)
as
(1983)
as Von Glessing
(1982)
as Harry Laird
(1981)
as Emerich Weber
(1979)
as Schotten
(1979)
as Jürgen Dietrich
(1978)
as König Tabor
(1977)
as Dr. Schumann
(1977)
as Michael
(1975)
as Mark Kalvin
(1973)
as Jonny
(1972)
as Johann Strauss Jr.
(1971)
as Claude
(1970)
as
(1969)
as Alberto
(1968)
as Julien
(1967)
as Miguel de Cervantes
(1967)
as Johnny Banco
(1965)
as Tony Mecenas
(1965)
as Marco Polo
(1965)
as Himself (archive footage)
(1963)
as Dino
(1963)
as Naturam Godse
(1961)
as Otto Ludwig Piffl
(1961)
as Marius
(1960)
as Chico
(1959)
as Philip Gale, Amerikanischer Seeman
(1959)
as Korchinsky
(1958)
as Iwanowitsch Nechljudoff
(1958)
as Greg Bachmann
(1958)
as Mecky Berger
(1958)
as Cabrio-Fahrer
(1957)
as Monpti (young)
(1957)
as Felix Krull
(1957)
as Tom
(1957)
as King Christian
(1956)
as Freddy Borchert
(1956)
as Karl Winter
(1955)
as Mischa Bjelkin
(1955)
as Vincent Loringer
(1952)
as Junger Mann am Funkturm