Wolfram Berger

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Wolfram Berger, 2013
Wolfram Berger, 2011

Wolfram Berger (born October 12, 1945 in Graz ) is an Austrian actor .

Berger trained as an actor at the Graz University of Music and Performing Arts . Then he accepted an engagement at the Schauspielhaus Graz . In 1970 he moved to Theater Basel , where he worked under Werner Düggelin , and in 1975 to Zurich to Theater am Neumarkt . In 1978 he went to Germany to the Stuttgart State Theater and then followed Artistic Director Claus Peymann to Bochum . In the 1980s he became a freelancer. He organized performances in Basel, taught at the Zurich Acting Academy , he also worked as a theater director and presented cabaret programs.

In addition to his work at the theater, Berger has repeatedly appeared in cinema and television productions, and is also a speaker in radio plays and audio books .

His younger brother Helmut (* 1949) also works as an actor as well as a director and screenwriter.

Filmography (selection)

Wolfram Berger in 1990 with Günter Lamprecht in the film Der Tod zu Basel

Radio plays

Audiobooks (selection)



Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ BR radio play Pool - Thom, Baal