1865 - 1938
The actor Julius Stettner acted at different theaters, among others in Cologne and Munich.
He impersonated roles in few silent movies of the 20s.
His first appearence in a movie was for "Die Eisenbahnräuber" (20) with Fred Stranz and Robert Basilice.
In the next years followed the productions "Hyänen der Welt" (20) with Dary Holm and Mela Schwarz, "Am Narrenseil" (21) with Grete Reinwald and Walter Wolff, "Um Recht und Liebe" (23) with Hanni Reinwald, Josef Berger and Rolf Pinegger, Carl Boese's "Sklaven der Liebe" (23) at the side of Claire Lotto, Olga Engl, Ellen Kürti, Charles Willy Kayser, Albert Steinrück and Leopold von Ledebur, "Die Tragödie der Entehrten" (24) directed by Josef Berger with Claire Lotto, Albert Steinrück, Jack Mylong-Münz and Lotte Treumann as well as Franz Seitz's "Der Jäger von Fall" (26) with Wilhelm Dieterle, Grete Reinwald, Fritz Kampers, Ferdinand Martini and Theodor Autzinger.
In 1931 Julius Stettner took part in his only sound film "Almenrausch" (31) directed by Franz Osten with Elga Brink, Charles Willy Kayser, Gustl Gstettenbaur and Viktor Gehring.
Julius Stettner was married with the actress Eugenie Hagen.