1904 - 1968
The actor Harry Hertzsch got acting lessons by the director Georg Kiesau before he started his stage career at the Staatstheater in Dresden. In the next years followed engagements in Chemnitz, Berlin, Nuremberg and Munich.
With the begin of the sound film era he joined the film business, where he took part in few productions.
To these works belong "Boykott" (33), "Stosstrupp 1917" (34) and "Es waren zwei Junggesellen" (36).
After World War II followed numerous support roles and he remained busy till to his death.
To his well-known movies of those years belong "Der Theodor im Fussballtor" (50), "Ehestreik" (53), "Gestatten, mein Name ist Cox" (55), "Am Tag als der Regen kam" (59), "Der Widerspenstigen Zähmung" (62), "Orden für die Wunderkinder" (63), the serial "Adrian, der Tulpendieb" (66), "Der Trinker" (67) and an episode of the serial "Die seltsamen Methoden des Franz Josef Wanninger: Der Griff nach der Flasche" (68).
Besides his activity as an actor he also spoke many roles for radio plays.