Mick Werup

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Mick Werup (born November 16, 1958 as Jürgen Marvin in Hamburg ; † January 7, 2011 there ) was a German actor .


Werup played his first film role while studying acting. He played the role of Pit for the first time in front of the camera in 1980 in the comedy Three Swedes on the Reeperbahn , directed by Walter Boos . He cannot be heard in this film; his role was dubbed.

After training to be an actor in Hamburg, he received several television and theater engagements in 1981. He became particularly well known through the series These Drombuschs . He started there in 1983 and played the role of Chris Drombusch for 31 episodes . In 1992 he left the series at his own request. The character he played died serial death .

In the mid-1990s, Werup gradually withdrew from the television business. In 1996 he played in A Fall for Two with Rainer Hunold and Claus Theo Gärtner . In 1997 he played in the film Felix - A Friend for Life . He had his last television appearance in 1998 in the ARD series Der Fahnder in the episode Dumm ran alongside Michael Lesch .

Later he stayed in India for years . Then he returned to his hometown Hamburg and worked under different names on various music and art projects.

On January 7, 2011, Werup committed suicide by hanging .

Filmography (selection)

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Individual evidence

  1. message on www.drombuschs.de; Retrieved January 10, 2011
  2. ^ "Drombusch" star has hanged himself in the attic , message from stern.de on January 10, 2011.