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Martin Held (Martin Erich Fritz Held)

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Biography

Berlin-Wedding, Germany
Martin Held was a leading German film actor of the 1950's and 60's. He attended school in Berlin and then worked for a while as a technician at Siemens. In 1929, he received a stipend to train for acting at the Berlin University of the Arts, graduating in 1931. He then performed at most of the leading theatres in Germany, often in classical roles. In 1951, he was discovered by the director Alfred Weidenmann for the screen. Critical success in Canaris: Master Spy (1954) (as Heydrich) led to further starring roles. Read more...

Actor

Character: Direktor Petermann

Heimweh nach dir 1952

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Character: Obergruppenfuehrer Heydrich

Canaris 1954

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Character: Erich Klamroth

Vor Sonnenuntergang 1956

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Character: Hugo Starosta

Verdammt zur Sünde 1964

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Character: Herr Halonde

Der Kommissar 1969

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Character: Friedrich de Wehrt

Das schwarz-weiß-rote Himmelbett 1962

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Character: Dr. Obermüller

The Captain from Köpenick 1956

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Character: Frédéric René Saint-Claude

Die Ehe des Herrn Mississippi 1961

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Character: Cesar Boyd

Wet Asphalt 1958

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Character: Karl Küppes

Fast ein Held 1967

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Character: Oberstaatsanwalt Dr. Wilhelm Schramm

Roses for the Prosecutor 1959

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Character: Direktor Werner Rameil

Der letzte Zeuge 1960

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Character: Heinrich Johannsen

Der Pfingstausflug 1978

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Character: Viktor Leu - Gymnasialprofessor

Rumpelstilz 1969

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Character: Narrator-German Version

The Flute and the Arrow 1957

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