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Rudolf Heinrich Krieg (born February 2, 1927 in Neustadt an der Weinstrasse ; † February 8, 1988 ) was a German theater , film and television actor and director .

Krieg played a leading and guest role in German television series of the 1960s and early 1970s, for example in Fernfahrer (1963-67), Die Familie Hesselbach (1966), Tatort (1973) and Telerop 2009 - Es ist noch something zu rescue (1974 ). Notable films are Kein Hüsung (1954) and Love from a Stranger (German: A stranger knocks ) (1967). He was also a classic theater actor, for example in Penthesilea , of whose Diomedes a television recording of a 1963 Frankfurt performance is occasionally broadcast. War also synchronized radio plays , e.g. B. von Karl May , and later was director and theater manager and theater agent ZBF.

In 1972 he staged Bertolt Brecht's Life of Galileo at the Augsburg Theater .

Rudolf Krieg was married to the actress Eva Kotthaus (* 1932).



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  1. Culture Department of the City of Augsburg (ed.): Augsburger Kulturnachrichten , May 1972, p. 5