Max Kronert

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Max Kronert , also Max Trübsand-Kronert , (* in the 19th century ; † July 22, 1925 in Berlin ) was a German silent film and theater actor . He also worked as a theater director.

Kronert worked for many years as an actor and director at the Deutsches Theater in Breslau . He also had engagements at the Stadttheater Göttingen , the Reinhardt Theaters in Berlin and most recently at the Thalia Theater in Berlin.

His main roles on stage included u. a. the castle bailiff Pedro in Preciosa by Pius Alexander Wolff , the private tutor Jüttner in Alt-Heidelberg , Moulinet in Der Hüttenbesitzer by Georges Ohnet and Heinecke in Die Ehre by Hermann Sudermann .


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Individual evidence

  1. Das Liebesmanöver , theater performance from 1903
  2. a b c : Wilhelm Kosch (Ed.): Deutsches Theaterlexikon . Volume II. Hurka - Pallenberg. De Gruyter, Berlin [et al.] 2011. Reprint. ISBN 978-3-907820-28-5 (accessed via De Gruyter Online).