Brothers had various appearances in film and television, but was mainly a stage actor . For example, he played Faust in the 1956 Kortner production. Karl Paryla was his demonic opponent in this regard .
Brüdern was employed as an actor and director at both the Münchner Kammerspiele and the Bavarian State Theater from an early age . With the Otto Falckenberg School, he also headed one of the most important drama schools in German-speaking countries for over 15 years .
His participation in a production of the Münchner Kammerspiele of Schiller's Die Räuber with Rolf Henniger and Ernst Ginsberg is documented as a sound recording . It was published in 1959 in the literary archive of the Deutsche Grammophon record company .
From 1952 until his untimely death he headed the Otto Falckenberg School .
His grave is in the Bogenhausen cemetery in Munich.
- 1950: Crown Jewels
- 1951: Dr. Holl
- 1955: The Green Cockatoo (TV)
- 1957: The glass tower
- 1957: The Bandit Doctor (TV)
- 1958: resurrection
- 1959: Isobel (TV)
- 1959: Raskolnikoff (TV)
- 1962: Murder in the cathedral (TV)
- 1963: The Successor (TV)
- 1963: The Crime Museum (TV series, episode 5: The needle )
- 1966: Save yourself if you can or stupidity wins everywhere (TV)
- Gerd brothers in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Literature by and about Gerd Brothers in the catalog of the German National Library
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German actor and director|
|DATE OF BIRTH||June 7, 1920|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Oebisfelde|
|DATE OF DEATH||20th January 1968|
|Place of death||Munich|