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Und kein bisschen weise: Autobiograph. Roman (German Edition)

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People: Simone Bicheron, Curd Jurgens

German actor Curd Jurgens worked as a journalist until his first wife, actress Louise Basler, persuaded him to take up acting. In 1935 he began appearing on the German stage and screen, and gradually increased his career status until 1944, when he was sent to a concentration camp at the order of Dr. Goebbels. After his release he continued to appear in German films, gaining international recognition with his work in The Devil's General (1955). Jurgens went on to be a leading star of the European stage and international films; onscreen he often played urbane villains, and sometimes was cast as a Nazi. Although he appeared in over 100 films, he considered himself primarily a stage actor. He directed a few films with limited success, and also wrote screenplays. Jurgens was married five times; one of his wives was actress Eva Bartok. He authored an autobiography, Sixty and Not Yet Wise.

German actor Curd Jurgens worked as a journalist until his first wife, actress Louise Basler, persuaded him to take up acting. In 1935 he began appearing on the German stage and screen, and gradually increased his career status until 1944, when he was sent to a concentration camp at the order of Dr. Goebbels. After his release he continued to appear in…

People: Simone Bicheron, Curd Jurgens

Birth: Dec. 13, 1915
Munich (München)
Münchener Stadtkreis
Bavaria (Bayern), Germany
Death: Jun. 18, 1982
Vienna
Vienna (Wien), Austria

Actor. German actor Curd Jurgens worked as a journalist until his first wife, actress Louise Basler, persuaded him to take up acting. In 1935 he began appearing on the German stage and screen, and gradually increased his career status until 1944, when he was sent to a concentration camp at the order of Dr. Goebbels. After his release he continued to appear in German films, gaining international recognition with his work in The Devil's General (1955). Jurgens went on to be a leading star of the European stage and international films; onscreen he often played urbane villains, and sometimes was cast as a Nazi. Although he appeared in over 100 films, he considered himself primarily a stage actor. He directed a few films with limited success, and also wrote screenplays. Jurgens was married five times; one of his wives was actress Eva Bartok. He authored an autobiography, Sixty and Not Yet Wise. (bio by: T Johnson) 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Eva Bartok (1929 - 1998)

Cause of death: Heart attack
 
Burial:
Zentralfriedhof
Vienna
Wien Stadt
Vienna (Wien), Austria
 
Maintained by: Find A Grave
Record added: Jan 01, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 1289

People: Curd Jurgens, Bekim Fehmiu

Curd Jurgens (also "Curt Jurgens) (aka Curd Gustav Andreas Gottlieb Franz Jurgens) (1915 - 1982) German-Austrian Stage & Film Actor, Director - "Battle of Britain" 1969, "The Enemy Below" 1957, The Inn of the Sixth Happiness" 1958, "The Spy Who Loved Me" 1977 and more - "Requiescat in pace"



German actor Curd Jurgens worked as a journalist until his first wife, actress Louise Basler, persuaded him to take up acting. In 1935 he began appearing on the German stage and screen, and gradually increased his career status until 1944, when he was sent to a concentration camp at the order of Dr. Goebbels. After his release he continued to appear in German films, gaining international recognition with his work in The Devil's General (1955). Jurgens went on to be a leading star of the European stage and international films; onscreen he often played urbane villains, and sometimes was cast as a Nazi. Although he appeared in over 100 films, he considered himself primarily a stage actor. He directed a few films with limited success, and also wrote screenplays. Jurgens was married five times; one of his wives was actress Eva Bartok. He authored an autobiography, Sixty and Not Yet Wise.