Gunther Philipp

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Gunter Philipp
Born Gunter Placheta
(1918-06-08)8 June 1918
Maroshévíz
Austria-Hungary
Died 2 October 2003(2003-10-02) (aged 85)
Bad Godesberg
Germany
Resting place Melaten-Friedhof
Occupation Film actor
Television actor
Physician
Years active 1949–2002
Home town Vienna and Innsbruck
Burial site of Gunther Philipp in Cologne (2014)

Gunter Philipp (8 June 1918 – 2 October 2003) was an Austrian film actor, physician and swimmer.[1]

From 1949 to 2002 he appeared as an actor in 147 movies for cinema and television, mainly in comic roles. As an author, Philipp wrote 21 film scripts.

Education[edit]

During the Second World War, Philipp studied acting at the Max Reinhardt Seminar and at the University of Vienna philosophy majoring in psychology and then medicine. In 1943 he received his doctorate in medicine (Dr. med. univ.) After the war, he ran a practice in Eberstalzell in Upper Austria and was active until in the 1990s at the Vienna University Clinic for Neurology and Psychiatry.

Selected filmography[edit]

Sporting successes[edit]

  • 1935 Austrian record 100 m breaststroke
  • 1937 an Austrian record 100 m breaststroke
  • 1938 Austrian record 100 m breaststroke 3 x.
  • 1939 the Austrian record in the 100 m breaststroke (at the same time European year best performance: 1:11,3)[2]
  • 1939 academic world record at the German University Championships in Schrießheim Mannheim / year highs 100 m breaststroke (second in the world rankings)
  • 1962 Austrian State Championship on Ferrari 250 GT
  • 1963 Austrian State Championship on Ferrari GTO
  • 1963 four times first in the Grand Prix of Austria (Zeltweg)

Decorations and awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/individual/95434
  2. ^ http://www.twv.at/chronik-1939_gunther_phillip.htm?jahr=1939

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