1876 - 1930
The actor Hans Lackner was well-known as a stage actor primarily who als took part in several silent movies.
He made his film debut in 1911 with "Der Unbekannte" (11), it followed "Das zweite Leben" (16) at the side of the legendary Fritz Kortner and "Bogdan Stimoff" (16), directed by Georg Jacoby.
He took part in a number of movies in the 20s, among them "Narr und Tod" (20), "Der Mann, der das Lachen verlernte" (22), "Die kleine Sünde" (23) with Nora Gregor, "Namenlos" (23), directed by Michael Curtiz, "Das verbotene Land" (24) with Vilma Banky and "Die Dame auf der Banknote" (29) with Anita Dorris - his last movie.
Besides his activity as an actor he also gave acting lessons. To his most popular disciples belonged Erich Ponto.
Hans Lackner died in 1930 at the age of 54.
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