1907 - 1975
The actor Hermann Schomberg was born as Hermann Wilhelm Schamberg in Unna.
His dream to become an actor came true when he joined the "Hochschule für Bühnenkunst" in Düsseldorf which he finished in 1927.
Afterwards he gained a foothold at the theater in Düsseldorf, later followed engagements in other cities like Vienna, Dortmund and Frankfurt.
During his heyday at the theater he also appeared in few movies as well like "Friesennot" (35), "Das Veilchen vom Potsdamer Platz" (36) and "Nachtwache im Paradies" (37).
After these movies he concentrated again to the theater. Only after World War II he appeared again in movies besides his stage engagements.
To his well-known movies after the war belong "In jenen Tagen" (47), "Schatten der Nacht" (50), "Hanna Amon" (51), "Die Gefangene des Maharadscha" (54), "Einladung ins Schloss" (61), "Die Fliegen" (66), "Woyzeck" (66) and "Kabale und Liebe" (67).
To his last movies count "Im Schillingshof" (73) and "Wecken Sie Madame nicht auf" (74).
Besides his activity as an actor he was also busy as a radio play narrator
Other movies with Hermann Schomberg: