Karl Brenk

Actor - Germany
Born November 9, 1904 in Hamburg
Died November .8, 1989 in Berlin

Mini-Biography:
Karl Brenk was born on November 9, 1904 in Hamburg. He was a German Actor, known for Die Nichte des Herzogs (1917), Ernst Thälmann - Sohn seiner Klasse (1954), Ernst Thälmann - Führer seiner Klasse (1955), Karl Brenk's first movie on record is from 1917. Karl Brenk died on .8, 1989 in Berlin. His last motion picture on file dates from 1958.

Karl Brenk Filmography [Auszug]
1958: [11.09] Das Lied der Matrosen (The Sailor's Song) (Cast), Directed by Kurt Maetzig, Günter Reisch, with Günther Simon, Raimund Schelcher, Ulrich Thein,
1955: [10.07] Ernst Thälmann - Führer seiner Klasse (Cast: Walter Ulbricht), Directed by Kurt Maetzig, with Günther Simon, Hans-Peter Minetti, Karla Runkehl,
1954: [09.03] Ernst Thälmann - Sohn seiner Klasse (Cast), Directed by Kurt Maetzig, with , Hans Flössel, Martin Flörchinger,
1917: [] Die Nichte des Herzogs (Cast), Directed by Max Mack, Danny Kaden, with Hanni Weisse, Leonhard Haskel,

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