Karl Andreas Bernbrunn
November 7, 1787
|Died||August 14, 1854(aged 66)|
Bernbrunn was born  to Maria Anna and Karl Andrä Bernbrunn. Maria Anna was the divorced wife of the poet Johann Baptist von Alxinger (1755–1797), and daughter of army supplier Abraham Wetzlar, who converted to Catholicism in 1776 with his family.November 7, 1787
Bernbrunn became an actor in Munich with Carl Friedrich Clemens Weinmüller. In 1822 Bernbrunn became the director of the Isartor Theater in Munich, and in 1826 became the director of the Theater an der Wien in Vienna. In 1838 he bought the Theater in der Leopoldstadt which he ran in parallel to the Theater an der Wien until 1845. The Theater in der Leopoldstadt was demolished and rebuilt in 1847 under the name Carltheater.
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