1899 - 1945
The actor Heinrich Heilinger began an education in agriculture which was interrupted by the outbreak of World War I. So he served as a soldier. After the war he studied music and performing arts at the Staatsakademie in Vienna. It followed stage engagements which led him among others to Königsberg, Vienna, Bochum, Zurich and Berlin.
There he was able to launch a film career from 1931 and he impersonated support roles in some well-known productions.
To his most popular works of the 30s belong "Fra Diavolo" (31), "Rasputin, Dämon der Frauen" (32), "Unheimliche Geschichten" (32), "Spione am Werk" (33), "Hans Westmar" (33) and "Drei Kaiserjäger" (33).
It followed a longer interruption before he continued his film career during World War II.
To his last cinematical works belong "Der liebe Augustin" (40), "Liebe ist zollfrei" (41) and "Wien 1910" (43).
Towards the end of the 2nd World War Heinrich Heilinger was called up for the Wehrmacht. Only one month before the end of the war Heinrich Heilinger was killed in Maria Anzbach on April 7, 1945.
Other movies from Heinrich Heilinger:
Kaiserliebchen (31) Kavaliere vom Kurfürstendamm (32) Heideschulmeister Uwe Karsten (33) Im Schatten des Berges (40) Wetterleuchten um Barbara (41)