Rudolf Fleck (actor)

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Rudolf Fleck (born November 20, 1896 in Dresden , † December 9, 1970 in Dresden) was a German actor .


Rudolf Fleck attended a technical and rhetoric school in Dresden from 1911 to 1913, then got engagements as an actor and director at the theaters in Bautzen , Görlitz and Duisburg . He then went to Berlin , where he was employed by the Rotterbühnen . Since the end of the 1920s it was finally to be found at various Dresden venues, such as the Central Theater , the Residenztheater , the Theater des Volkes - Städtisches Theater am Albert-Platz and from 1949 at the Volksbühne . From 1950 to 1962 Rudolf Fleck was engaged at the Dresden State Theater, after which he worked as a freelancer.

In the DEFA and the German Television he participated as an actor in many films. He was also in great demand as a spokesperson for animation and documentary films.



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