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Max Adalbert
German actor

Max Adalbert

Max Adalbert
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Intro German actor
Was Actor Stage actor Film actor
From Germany
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth 19 February 1874, Gdańsk, Poland
Death 7 September 1933, Munich, Germany (aged 59 years)
Star sign Pisces
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Max Adalbert (February 19, 1874 – September 7, 1933) was a German stage and film actor.


Adalbert was born in Danzig (Gdansk), Imperial Germany as Maximilian Adalbert Krampf to a Prussian Officer. He used his first names as his stage name from the start of his career and debuted at the age of 19 at the theater of Lübeck and in 1894 at the municipal theater of Barmen. Adalbert also appeared in St.Gallen, Nuremberg and Vienna. He moved to Berlin in 1899 to work at the Residenztheater. Coming in contact with Curt Bois, Adalbert turned into a comedian and co-founded the popular Kabarett der Komiker in December 1924. On May 30, 1931, he made his debut as the central character of Carl Zuckmayer's Der Hauptmann von Köpenick at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin, which was filmed in the same year.

Max Adalbert died of pneumonia while in Munich for a guest performance, and was buried at the celebrities cemetery Südwestkirchhof at Berlin Stahnsdorf.

Selected filmography

Year Title Role
1920 Judith Trachtenberg Fürst Metternich
1921 The Indian Tomb (Uncredited)
The Golden Bullet (Uncredited)
Lady Hamilton drei Lazaronis
Destiny Schatzmeister
The Story of Christine von Herre (Uncredited)
The Blockhead Amadeu Beck
The Kwannon of Okadera (Uncredited)
1922 Dr. Mabuse the Gambler (Uncredited)
1923 The Flame Journalist
1930 Three Days Confined to Barracks Hoffmann
1931 The Captain from Köpenick Wilhelm Voigt
My Leopold Gottlieb Weigelt
The Scoundrel Aldalbert Bulcke
1932 The Champion Shot Funke Sr.
A Mad Idea Birnstiel
1933 Laughing Heirs Justus Bockelmann
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