1906 - 1975
The actor Franz Nicklisch finished an acting education at Max Reinhardt's acting school of the Deutsches Theater Berlin. He made his theater debut in 1928 and impersonated countless theater roles in the following years.
He made his film debut with the box-office hit "Der Kongress tanzt" (31), till the end of war followed movies like "Morgenrot" (33), "Der Tanz auf dem Vulkan" (38) und "Der grosse König" (41) folgten.
Franz Nicklisch continued his career after the war at the Hebbel Theater
Berlin, from 1952 he worked at the Schillertheater.
Franz Nicklisch was also dubbing movies and leant his voice for well-known
movies like "The Bridge on the River Kwai" (for Percy Herbert) and "The
Best Years of Our Lives" (for Harold Russell).
Other movies with Franz Nicklisch: