Wolfgang Neuss (December 3, 1923 – May 5, 1989) was a German actor and comedian. Beginning in the mid-1960s, he also became famous for his political engagement, first for the SPD, then for the extra-parliamentary opposition, APO. He died in 1989 from a longtime cancer.
At the age of 15 he went to Berlin to become a clown but was dismissed. When Germany entered into the Second World War Neuss was drafted, first to the Reich Labour Service where he was occupied with road construction. Later he was sent to the Eastern Front where he became injured and was rewarded with the Iron Cross. It was during his stays in military hospitals and, after the war during military detention that Neuss began to discover his interest in acting and for Kabarett.
- Mikosch rückt ein (1952)
- Pension Schöller (1952)
- The Empress of China (1953)
- The Three from the Gas Station (1955)
- The Captain from Köpenick (1956)
- Tired Theodore (1957)
- Der Stern von Santa Clara (1958)
- Wir Wunderkinder (1958)
- The Spessart Inn (1958)
- Here I Am, Here I Stay (1959)
- We Cellar Children (1960)
- Dead Woman from Beverly Hills (1964)
- Serenade for Two Spies (1965)
- Katz und Maus (1967)
- Chapeau Claque (1974)
- Bergfelder, Tim & Bock, Hans-Michael. The Concise Cinegraph: Encyclopedia of German. Berghahn Books, 2009.
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