Dieter de Lazzer

Author - Germany
Borndate unknown

The day of birth of Dieter de Lazzer is not on record. He is a German Author, known for Tatort - Bienzle und der Biedermann (1992), Zwei Brüder - Die lange Nacht (1995), Zwei Brüder - Einzelgänger (1997), Dieter de Lazzer's first movie on record is from 1992. His last motion picture on file dates from 2004.

Dieter de Lazzer Filmography [Auszug]
2004: [01/02] Tatort - Bienzle und der Feuerteufel (Scenario), Directed by Arend Agthe, with , , Rita Russek,
1998: [02.27] Zwei Brüder - Verschleppt (Scenario), Directed by Martin Weinhart, with Ruth Hausmeister, Irene Naef, Nina Petri,
1997: [09.27] Zwei Brüder - Einzelgänger (Scenario), Directed by Marco Serafini, with Ruth Hausmeister, Christine Neubauer, Nina Petri,
1997: [/ /1] Zwei Brüder - Kaltes Herz (Scenario), with Manfred Zapatka, Michael Schreiner, Angela Roy,
1995: [/ /1] Zwei Brüder - Die lange Nacht (Scenario), Directed by Michael Braun, with , Andreas Seyferth, Angela Roy,
1992: [/ /1] Tatort - Bienzle und der Biedermann (Scenario), Directed by Peter Adam, with Rita Russek, Heide Simon, ,

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