Paul Verhoeven (Germany)
He had 13 siblings and the family lived in modest circumstances.
He directed and acted in over 50 films, and wrote over 20 film scripts, the first of which was Das kleine Hofkonzert in 1935, an operetta with music by Edmund Nick based on a comedy by Verhoeven and Toni Impekoven.
Verhoeven was married to the actress Doris Kiesow, with whom he had three children: Lis Verhoeven, who became an actress and was the first wife of Mario Adorf; Michael Verhoeven, who became a film director and married Senta Berger; and Monika Verhoeven.
By his relationship with the actress Edith Schultze-Westrum he had a son, Thomas Schultze-Westrum, who became a zoologist and maker of animal documentaries.
- 1936 – Der Kaiser von Kalifornien (actor; director: Luis Trenker)
- 1936 – Das Hofkonzert (screenplay; music: Edmund Nick)
- 1949 – Du bist nicht allein (screenplay and director)
- 1950 – Das kalte Herz (co-writer and director)
- 1951 – A Heidelberg Romance (director)
- 1952 – Das kann jedem passieren (director)
- 1953 – Vergiß die Liebe nicht (director)
- 1954 – Hoheit lassen bitten (director, actor, screenplay)
- 1954 – Eine Frau von heute (director, actor, co-writer)
- 1954 – Ewiger Walzer (The Eternal Waltz) (director)
- 1956 – Die goldene Brücke (director)
- 1959 – Der Jugendrichter (director)
- 1961 – Ihr schönster Tag (director)
- 1967 – Paarungen (actor; director: Michael Verhoeven)
- 1968 – Ein Mann namens Harry Brent (Durbridge production), (actor; director: Peter Beauvais)
- 1973 – Oh, Jonathan – oh, Jonathan (actor; Regie: Franz Peter Wirth)
- Die Verhoevens, 2003 (documentary film by Felix Moeller, Germany; 75 minutes)
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