1900 - 1956
The actor Rudolf Koch-Riehl began his career at the theater where he got his first engagements at the Schauspielhaus in Bremen.
He went to Berlin in 1924 where he appeared on different stages and from 1933 he also realised some plays as a director.
Rudolf Koch-Riehl impersonated his first role in front of the camera in 1934 for "Volldampf voraus!" (34). It followed the productions "Ich sing mich in Dein Herz hinein" (34), "Der müde Theodor" (36), "Heimweh" (37) and "Sergeant Berry" (38).
His last cinematical works came in the 40s into being with "Jungens" (41), the classic "Grosse Freiheit Nr. 7" (44) and "Der Mann, dem man den Namen stahl" (44).
Besides his activity as an actor he was also active as a speaker for radio plays.
Rudolf Koch-Riehl was married with the writer Magda Koch-Riehl alias Ada Halenza.
Other movies with Rudolf Koch-Riehl:
Schüsse in Kabine 7 (38) Der Haustyrann (38) Weltstrasse See – Welthafen Hamburg (38) Rheinische Brautfahrt (39)