Heinz Engelmann (Heinrich Georg Ludwig Engelmann)
Born in 1911, young Heinz Engelmann first joined the Physical Education Institute before turning to drama studies. No wonder that he found many roles requiring sportsmanship in the fist years of his career. On the other hand, he was also often cast as a soldier or an officer. After a six year interruption due to the war, Heinz Engelmann resumed his activities on the big screen but soon became a TV regular. Read more... auf altem Hof (1969). He also made more and more dubbing (he was the German voice of stars like John Wayne, Stewart Granger, Rock Hudson, William Holden, etc.), wrote the German text of American movies and series and supervised their post-synchronization. One of the last times Heinz Engelmann appeared in the flesh was in Barbet Schroeder's classic about drugs More (1969). He died in 1996, aged 85.