|Born||11 July 1931|
|Died||24 May 2011|
|Years active||1955-1972 (film)|
Thomas Hörbiger (1931–2011) was a German film actor and lyricist. He was the son of the actor Paul Hörbiger. His daughter is the actress Mavie Hörbiger. Hörbiger co-wrote Austria's winning entry at the 1966 Eurovision Song Contest, which was sung by Udo Jürgens.
- Emperor's Ball (1956)
- The Winemaker of Langenlois (1957)
- Love, Girls and Soldiers (1958)
- The Street (1958)
- Barclay p.40
- Barclay, Simon. The Complete & Independent Guide to the Eurovision Song Contest 2014.
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