Klaus Wennemann

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Klaus Wennemann (18 December 1940 – 7 January 2000) was a German television and film actor. Wenneman was born in Oer-Erkenschwick, North Rhine-Westphalia. He is perhaps best known for his leading roles as the Chief Engineer, (the LI), in Das Boot, and as Faber in the TV series Der Fahnder. As an actor, he appeared in nine movies, and ten television series. He died in Bad Aibling, Bavaria, at the age of 59, from lung cancer. He was married to the same woman from 1963 until his death; they had two sons together. Wennemann was good friends with fellow actor Jürgen Prochnow. Their real-life friendship further added to the on-screen friendship of their respective character roles, portrayed in the film Das Boot.

Geburtstag: 18.12.1940

Todestag: 07.01.2000

Geburtsort: Bad Aibling, Bavière, Germany

Anzahl der Filme, die wir schon mit Klaus Wennemann gesehen haben: 1

Anzahl aller Filme, in denen Klaus Wennemann mitgespielt hat: 11

2004
  • Das Boot - The Original Uncut Version
    Rolle: Leitender Ingenieur - LI
1999
  • Morgen gehört der Himmel dir
    Rolle: Oberst Rieger
1996
  • Helden haben es schwer
    Rolle: Jörg Winter
  • Römisches Intermezzo
    Rolle: Pfarrer Schwarz
1995
  • Kissenschlacht
    Rolle: Heinz
1992
  • Schuld war nur der Bossa Nova
    Rolle: Heike's Vater
1990
  • Neuner
    Rolle:
1987
  • Der Unsichtbare
    Rolle: Peter Benjamin
1984
  • Out of order
    Rolle: Heinz
1983
  • The Power of Emotion
    Rolle: Richter