1881 - 1916
The actor Alfred Breiderhoff first studied philosophy before he followed his passion for acting.
He began his artistic career at the Schauspielhaus in Düsseldorf and from 1911 he appeared in Berlin for Max Reinhardt.
He entered the film business in 1915 with the movie "Der Fund im Neubau" (15).
In the next years followed few more silent movies like "Passionels Tagebuch" (16), "Die Rache der Toten" (16), "Das unheimliche Haus" (16) and "Stein unter Steinen" (17).
Besides his activity as an actor Alfred Breiderhoff was also an acting teacher. To his most famous students belongs Valeska Gert.
Alfred Breiderhoff committed suicide in 1916. He gassed himself.