1883 - 1968
The actor Richard Romanowsky got his first theater engagement at the Stadttheater Znaim in 1911, it followed appearances in Linz, Graz and at the Deutsches Theater in Prague.
He was engaged by Max Reinhardt in 1924 and acted in Vienna and from 1925 in Berlin where he was convincing in a string of plays.
The film came late into the life of Richard Romanowsky. He made his film debut as a comedian in "Zwei in einem Auto" (32) and became a popular support actor in the next years, often at Hans Moser's side.
To his well-known movies till the end of war belong "Abschiedswalzer" (34), "Konfetti" (36), "Liebling der Matrosen" (37), "Casanova heiratet" (40), "Maske in Blau" (42), "Die heimliche Gräfin" (42) and "Frauen sind keine Engel" (43).
Richard Romanosky had to fight with a serious eye disease after the
war which led to working interruptions time and again. In 1954 he even
went blind but was cured after an operation.
Other movies with Richard Romanowsky: