The actor Hans Stock made his theater debut in 1887 in Dresden where he got his first engagement at the Hoftheater. In the next years followed appearances on other German stages, among others in Munich and Berlin. He also went on tour which led him to important cities like Moscow and London.
Hans Stock entered the film business in 1913 with "Wo ist Coletti?" (13) and in the next years followed other silent movies like "General von Berning" (14), "Stuart Webbs: Die Toten erwachen" (15), "Der müde Theodor" (18) and "Die Liebe der Marion Bach" (19).
At the beginning of the 20s followed numerous other silent movies with Hans Stock. To these productions belong "Die Mali" (20), "Armer kleiner Pierrot" (20), "Das Geheimnis von Schloss Totenstein" (20), "Lohengrins Heirat" (22), "Der Herr Landrat" (22) and "Die zweite Mutter" (25).
Afterwards his film career diminished. In 1928 he took part in one of the very first sound film experiences with the short movie "Dein ist mein Herz" (28).
Hans Stock was able to make a brief comeback in the sound film era of the 30s and he impersonated support roles in the movies "Blut und Boden" (33), "Die grosse Chance" (34) and "Der Mann, der nicht nein sagen kann" (38) with Heinz Rühmann in the leading role.
movies with Hans Stock: