1894 - 1980
The actor Erich Poremski began his career as an operetta singer in Cottbus, it followed engagements in Bremen and Berlin. There he was not only active as a stage actor but also took over the management of the Thalia theater in 1922.
From 1920 he impersonated first roles in silent movies, among them "Das Fest der schwarzen Tulpe" (20), "Die Brigantin von New York" (24) and "Gretchen Schubert" (26).
Afterwards followed a longer interruption where he concentrated to the theater again. Beside it he was also busy for radio plays and dubbing international movies.
He only returned to the fijlm business after World War II and he acted in numerous feature movies and TV productions.
To his well-known movies belong "Torreani" (52), "Stresemann" (57), "Viktor und Viktoria" (57), "...und abends in die Scala" (58), "Hinter der Tür" (60), an episode of the serial "Der Forellenhof: Lange Finger" (66), "Die Mission" (67) and "Die Klasse" (67).
He had a last appearance in front of the camera for "Jagd auf Jungfrauen" (76).
Other movies with Erich Poremski: