Wolfgang Kieling Net Worth

Wolfgang Kieling was born on March 16, 1924 in  Berlin, Germany, Germany, is Actor, Assistant Director, Soundtrack. Wolfgang Kieling was born on March 16, 1924 in Berlin, Germany. He was an actor and assistant director, known for Polizeirevier Davidswache (1964), Torn Curtain (1966) and Amsterdam Affair (1968). He was married to Monika Gabriel, Gisela Uhlen, Jola Jobst and Göllnitz, Johanna. He died on October 7, 1985 in Hamburg, West Germany.
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Who is it? Actor, Assistant Director, Soundtrack
Birth Day March 16, 1924
Birth Place  Berlin, Germany, Germany
Died On October 7, 1985(1985-10-07) (aged 61)\nHamburg, Germany
Birth Sign Aries
Occupation Actor

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Early on, Kieling also became a dubbing actor for German dubs of foreign films, being the standard dubbing voice of Glenn Ford, Frank Sinatra (in his 1950s films), and he also dubbed Charlton Heston in the first part of the Planet of the Apes franchise. Thanks to his voice's similarity to that of Gert Günther Hoffmann, he would also replace Hoffmann as the dubbing voice of Paul Newman when Hoffmann was not available. On TV, he was especially known as the German voice of Bert (see Bert and Ernie) from Sesame Street up until his death in 1985.


In October 1952 his wife Jola Jobst (ex-wife of German Luftwaffe ace Hermann Graf), whom he had married in 1950, committed suicide.


In films since childhood in his native Germany, Kieling appeared in a few American films such as Alfred Hitchcock's Torn Curtain (1966), where he played an East German agent brutally slain by Paul Newman's character, and had a small role in $ (aka, The Heist, 1971), starring Warren Beatty. In a British film, Amsterdam Affair (1968), he portrayed the fictional Dutch detective Van der Valk several years before Barry Foster (another Hitchcock alumnus) was cast in the same role for the British TV series. He did much work on German TV, including the first episode of Derrick ("Waldweg", 1974).


The best of his later roles was in the film Out of Order (1984), originally titled Abwärts. In the German-language version of Disneys Alice in Wonderland he dubbed the Mad Hatter.