Brecht-actor Stefan Lisewski has died
The actor Stefan Lisewski is dead. He died at the age of 82 years on Friday in Berlin, such as the Berliner Ensemble said on Saturday. Lisewski, born in 1933 in Tczew (Poland), have until recently in Bertolt Brecht confessed "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" as Dogsborough on stage, as a spokeswoman for the ensemble of the German press agency said.
More than 500 times embodied Lisewski, who learned his craft at the State Drama School in Berlin Schöneweide, the Mac the Knife in "The Three Penny Opera". He also acted in another Brecht plays like "Mother Courage", "Señora Carrar's Rifles", "The Mother", "Galileo", "Puntila" or "Caucasian Chalk Circle" with.
Lisewski still played together with Helene Weigel and Ernst Busch. It was a "great time", he told the German Press Agency on his 70th birthday. Thanks to the many foreign guest performances he had, even before the Wall fell, "seen by the whole world". He also stood in front of the camera: among other things, in the DEFA film "The Sorrows of Young Werther" and some "Polizeiruf 110" crime episode.
Born: 7/6/1933, Dirschau, Poland
Died: 2/26/2016, Berlni, Berlin, Germany
Stefan Lisewski’s western – actor:
Fatal Error - 1969 (Ten Eyck)