Marquard Bohm

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Marquard Bohm
Born (1941-06-27)27 June 1941
Hamburg, Germany
Died 3 February 2006(2006-02-03) (aged 64)
Wetter an der Ruhr, Germany
Occupation Actor
Years active 1966-2000

Marquard Bohm (27 June 1941 – 3 February 2006) was a German actor. He appeared in more than 100 films and television shows between 1965 and 2000. He starred in the 1982 film Eine deutsche Revolution, which was entered into the 32nd Berlin International Film Festival.[1] His older brother was the actor and director Hark Bohm.

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes
1967 Na und ..? Marquard Bohm Short
1969 Brandstifter Dieter Klaus Lemke (de) TV film
Detektive (de) Andy Schubert Rudolf Thome
Die Revolte Strecke Reinhard Hauff TV film
1970 Rote Sonne (de) Thomas Kotowski Rudolf Thome
The American Soldier Private detective Rainer Werner Fassbinder (uncredited)
Deadlock Kid Roland Klick (de)
1971 Supergirl – Das Mädchen von den Sternen Evers Rudolf Thome TV film
Ein großer graublauer Vogel (de) Bill Thomas Schamoni (de)
Beware of a Holy Whore Ricky Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Terror Desire Marquard Bohm Short
1972 Liebe so schön wie Liebe Marquard Klaus Lemke (de)
1973 Zahltag Hans Noever
Tschetan, der Indianerjunge (de) Alaska Hark Bohm
1974 Ali: Fear Eats the Soul Gruber Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Output Franz Michael Fengler
Ein bißchen Liebe Veith von Fürstenberg (de)
1975 Umarmungen (de) Bank robber Jochen Richter
1976 Kings of the Road The man who lost his wife Wim Wenders
Nordsee ist Mordsee (de) Uwe's father Hark Bohm
1977 Petty Thieves Charly Michael Fengler
1978 Moritz, Dear Moritz Barbara's father Hark Bohm
1980 Theo gegen den Rest der Welt (de) The pilot Peter F. Bringmann (de)
Endstation Freiheit John Reinhard Hauff
1982 Eine deutsche Revolution Preuninger, prison guard Helmut Herbst
1985 Zielscheiben Berthold Volker Vogeler
1987 Smaragd Willi Veith von Fürstenberg (de) TV film
Lethal Obsession Pfeffer Peter Patzak
1989 Der Philosoph (de) A musician Rudolf Thome
1993 Just a Matter of Duty Jean Blome / Hans Blome Thomas Mitscherlich
1999 Die Häupter meiner Lieben (de) Maja's father Hans-Günther Bücking (de)
2000 Paradiso - Sieben Tage mit sieben Frauen Rolf Silber Rudolf Thome

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Berlinale: 1982 Programme". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2010-11-13. 

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