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Ulrich Mühe

Ulrich Mühe
Ulrich Mühe

Mühe in Cologne on 5 December 2005 at a ZDF photography session for the TV series Der letzte Zeuge (The Last Witness). Born Friedrich Hans Ulrich Mühe 20 June 1953(1953-06-20) Grimma, Saxony, German Democratic Republic (East Germany) 22 July 2007 (aged 54) Walbeck, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Actor and director 1979–2007 Annegret Hahn Jenny Gröllmann (1984–1990) Susanne Lothar (1997–2007)

this, and after an acrimonious and highlypublicized court case she succeeded in obtaining an injunction to prevent Mühe from repeating the allegation in a book. After leaving school, Mühe was employed as a construction worker and a border guard at the Berlin Wall. He then turned to acting, and from the late 1970s into the 1980s appeared in numerous plays, becoming a star of the Deutsches Theater in East Berlin. He was active in politics and denounced Communist rule in East Germany in a memorable address at Alexanderplatz on 4 November 1989 shortly before the fall of the Berlin Wall. After German reunification he continued to appear in a large number of films, television programmes and theatre productions. In Germany he was particularly known for playing the lead role of Dr. Robert Kolmaar in the long-running forensic crime series Der letzte Zeuge (The Last Witness, 1998–2007).

Died Occupation Years active Spouse(s)

Early life and education

Friedrich Hans Ulrich Mühe (pronounced [ˈʊlʁɪç ˈmyːə]) (20 June 1953 – 22 July 2007) was a German film, television and theatre actor. He played the role of Hauptmann (Captain) Gerd Wiesler in the Oscar-winning film Das Leben der Anderen (The Lives of Others, 2006), for which he received the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Gold, at Germany’s most prestigious film awards, the Deutscher Filmpreis (German Film Awards); and the Best Actor Award at the 2006 European Film Awards. Curiously, events in Mühe’s life were mirrored by the plot of the film, as he discovered in a Stasi file compiled on him that he had been under surveillance by his second wife, Jenny Gröllmann. Gröllmann denied

The Volksbühne in Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz in the borough of Mitte, Berlin, photographed in July 1999. The son of a furrier,[1] Mühe was born on 20 June 1953 in Grimma,[2] Saxony, in the German Democratic Republic (East Germany). After leaving school he trained as a construction worker, then served in the Nationalen Volksarmee (National People’s Army) as a border guard at the Berlin Wall.[3] He was relieved of duty after contracting stomach ulcers;[4] a number of commentators have said that this was due to stress, and also suggested that it marked the beginnings of the

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stomach cancer that would eventually lead to his death.[5][6] He then turned to acting, and studied at the Hans Otto Theaterhochschule in Leipzig from 1975 to 1979.[7] He appeared in his first professional stage role in 1979, as Lyngstrand in Ibsen’s Fruen fra havet (The Lady from the Sea) at the Städtlisches Theater in Karl-Marx-Stadt (now Chemnitz). He followed this by appearing in a production of Macbeth by playwright and director Heiner Müller at the Volksbühne in East Berlin.[3]

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television programmes and theatre productions in Germany and abroad. He proved his ability to take on comic roles in Schtonk! (1991), an Oscar-nominated satire about the Hitler Diaries hoax,[9] and showed his more serious side in Michael Haneke’s Benny’s Video (1992), Das Schloss (The Castle, 1996) (an adaptation of Kafka’s The Castle (1922)) and Funny Games (1997).[7][8] In the latter film, Mühe and his third wife Susanne Lothar played a husband and wife held captive in their holiday cabin by two psychotic young men who force them to play sadistic "games" with one another.[3] In recent years Mühe played a series of Nazis. He portrayed Joseph Goebbels in Goebbels und Geduldig (Goebbels and Geduldig, 2001); Dr. Josef Mengele in Amen. (2002), a film by Costa Gavras; and was to have played Klaus Barbie in an upcoming feature. His last film was the comedy Mein Führer – Die wirklich wahrste Wahrheit über Adolf Hitler (My Führer: The Truly Truest Truth about Adolf Hitler, 2007), in which he played Prof. Adolf Israel Grünbaum, an actor hired to give Hitler lessons.[7] In 2006 he appeared at the Barbican Arts Centre in London in Zerbombt, Thomas Ostermeier’s German production of Sarah Kane’s Blasted, playing a middle-aged journalist whose encounter with a young girl leads to pandemonium in a Leeds hotel room.[3] Mühe was also well-known in Germany for playing the brilliant but eccentric pathologist Dr. Robert Kolmaar in 73 episodes of the forensic crime serial Der letzte Zeuge (The Last Witness, 1998–2007),[7][8] for which he was awarded the prize for Beste/r Schauspieler/in in einer Serie (Best Actor or Actress in a TV Series) at the Deutscher Fernsehpreis (German Television Awards) in 2005.

Career
In 1983 at Müller’s invitation he joined the ensemble of East Berlin’s Deutsches Theater, and became its star due to his versatility in comic and serious roles, appearing in productions such as Goethe’s Egmont (1986), Ibsen’s Peer Gynt and Lessing’s Nathan der Weise (Nathan the Wise, 1988).[4] He took the lead role of Hamlet in both Shakespeare’s play and Heiner Müller’s Die Hamletmaschine (Hamletmachine, 1989).[7] Mühe later said: "Theatre was the only place in the GDR where people weren’t lied to. For us actors it was an island. We could dare to criticise."[8] On screen, he co-starred with his second wife Jenny Gröllmann in Herman Zschoche’s film Hälfte des Lebens (Half of Life, 1984) about the German lyric poet Friedrich Hölderlin (1770–1843).[3] Mühe played a leading role in organizing the demonstrations that took place prior to the reunification of Germany. He often gave public readings from Walter Jenka’s essay Schwierigkeiten mit der Wahrheit (Difficulties with the Truth, 1989) at the Deutsches Theater, before the book was permitted to be published in East Germany. On 4 November 1989 shortly before the fall of the Berlin Wall, in front of half a million people at Alexanderplatz, he declared the Communists’ monopoly on power to be invalid.[4] In the same year he became internationally known after appearing in Bernhard Wicki’s Das Spinnennetz (The Spider’s Web, based on the novel of the same name by Austrian writer Joseph Roth) as a right-wing lieutenant who sleeps and murders his way to professional success in the early Weimar Republic following a near fatal injury during the Wilhelmshaven mutiny of 29 October 1918.[3] After German reunification he continued to appear in a large number of films,

The Lives of Others, and later life
To English-speaking audiences, Mühe was probably best known for portraying Hauptmann (Captain) Gerd Wiesler in Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck’s Das Leben der Anderen (The Lives of Others, 2006), which won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2007. The film is set in the mid-1980s, and Wiesler is a Stasi agent who is assigned to bug and conduct surveillance of the apartment of an East German

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Ulrich Mühe

Personal life

Mühe as Hauptmann Gerd Wiesler in Das Leben der Anderen (The Lives of Others, 2006). Curiously, events in Mühe’s own life were mirrored by the storyline of the film. playwright, Georg Dreyman (Sebastian Koch), and his girlfriend, the actress ChristaMaria Sieland (Martina Gedeck). However, he becomes disillusioned about the necessity of monitoring the couple for national security reasons after discovering that the government minister who ordered the surveillance did so for sexual rather than political motives. Gradually, Wiesler’s heart moves from contempt and envy to compassion.[3] For his performance, in 2006 Mühe received, among other things, the Beste darstellerische Leistung – Männliche Hauptrolle (Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role), Gold, at Germany’s most prestigious film awards, the Deutscher Filmpreis (German Film Awards); and the Best Actor Award at the European Film Awards. The Bundesstiftung zur Aufarbeitung der SED-Diktatur (Federal Foundation for the Reconciliation of the SED Dictatorship, known in short as "Stiftung Aufarbeitung"), the government-funded organization tasked with examining and reappraising East Germany’s Communist dictatorship, said of Mühe: "Through his impressive performance... Ulrich Mühe sensitized an audience of millions to the Stasi’s machinations and their consequences." The statement added that Mühe had been an active and valued participant in the foundation’s events.[4] Mühe was already seriously ill at the prize-giving ceremony in Los Angeles in February 2007 when Das Leben der Anderen was awarded its Oscar, and flew back to Germany hours later for an urgent stomach operation.[5] In an article in Die Welt dated 21 July 2007, Mühe discussed his diagnosis of stomach cancer which had put his acting career on hold; he died the following day.[10] On 25 July 2007 he was buried in his mother’s village of Walbeck in the Landkreis (rural district) of Börde, Saxony-Anhalt.[11]

Mühe’s daughter Anna Maria, with actor Daniel Brühl at the première of their film Was nützt die Liebe in Gedanken (Love in Thoughts, 2004). Mühe was married three times. He was first married to dramaturge Annegret Hahn and had two sons by her: Andreas, a Berlin-based photographer, and Konrad, a painter. His second marriage was in 1984 to the actress Jenny Gröllmann, after they fell in love while acting together[3] in the TV film Die Poggenpuhls (The Poggenpuhls) in that year. Mühe and Gröllmann had a daughter, Anna Maria Mühe, who is also an actress, and he was stepfather to Gröllmann’s daughter Jeanne, a make-up artist.[12] After German reunification, Mühe discovered evidence in his Stasi file that he had been under surveillance not only by four of his fellow actors in the East Berlin theatre, but also by his wife Gröllmann. The file held detailed records of meetings that Gröllmann, who was registered as an "Inoffizieller Mitarbeiter" (unofficial collaborator), had with her controller from 1979 to 1989.[13] This mirrored the plot of Das Leben der Anderen as in the film pressure exerted by the Stasi on the playwright’s girlfriend makes her betray him as the author of an exposé of covered-up GDR suicide rates. Mühe and

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Gröllmann divorced in 1990.[14] In a book accompanying the film, Mühe spoke about the sense of betrayal he felt when he found out about his former wife’s alleged Stasi role. However, Gröllmann’s real-life controller later claimed he had made up many of the details in the file and that the actress had been unaware that she was speaking to a Stasi agent. After a highly public and acrimonious battle in the courts, Gröllmann, who died in August 2006, won an injunction preventing the book’s publication.[3] Mühe’s response when asked how he prepared for his role in Das Leben der Anderen was, "I remembered."[3][4] At the time of his death, Mühe was married to his third wife, stage actress Susanne Lothar, and living in Berlin with her and their two children, Sophie Marie and Jakob.[10]

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Theatre Audio books
Some information in this table was obtained from the online catalogue of the German National Library.

Notes
[1] Mühe’s older brother Andreas took over the family’s furrier business: "Biography for Ulrich Mühe". Internet Movie Database (IMDb). http://www.imdb.com/ name/nm0618057/bio. Retrieved on 2007-08-05. However, according to an obituary in The Independent published on 26 July 2007, Mühe’s father was a tanner: see "Ulrich Mühe : Star of ’The Lives of Others’ (obituary)". The Independent. 2007-07-26. http://news.independent.co.uk/people/ obituaries/article2802598.ece. [2] In 2007, shortly before his death, Mühe was conferred honorary citizenship of Grimma: "Biography for Ulrich Mühe". Internet Movie Database (IMDb). http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0618057/ bio. Retrieved on 2007-08-05. [3] ^ "Ulrich Mühe (obituary)". The Daily Telegraph. 2007-07-27. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/07/27/ db2702.xml. [4] ^ "’The Lives of Others’ Actor Ulrich Mühe Dies". Deutsche Welle. 2007-07-25. http://www.dw-world.de/dw/ article/0,2144,2706089,00.html. [5] ^ Paterson, Tony (2007-07-26). "Ulrich Mühe, Star of ’Lives of Others’, Dies Aged 54". The Independent. http://news.independent.co.uk/europe/ article2802631.ece. [6] For instance, Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, the director of Das Leben der Anderen, expressed the view that the original cause of Mühe’s stomach problems that eventually led to cancer was the anxiety he suffered when he was a conscript in the East German military: Bergan, Ronald (2007-07-28). "Ulrich Mühe (obituary)". The Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/obituaries/ story/0,,2136670,00.html. [7] ^ Bergan, Ronald (2007-07-28). "Ulrich Mühe (obituary)". The Guardian.

Awards
In addition to the awards mentioned elsewhere in this article, Mühe was conferred the following awards: • 1990 – The Chaplin Shoe, the Deutscher Darstellerpreis (German Actor Award) of the Bundesverbandes der Fernseh- und Filmregisseure in Deutschland eV (Federal Association of Television and Film Directors in Germany). • 1991 – The Gertrud-Eysoldt-Ring (Gertrud Eysoldt Ring) • 1992 – The Bambi • 1994 – The Kainz-Medaille (Kainz Medal) • 2006 – The Bernhard-Wicki-Filmpreis (Bernhard Wicki Film Award) • The Helene-Weigel-Medaille (Helene Weigel Medal) • The prize of the critics of the Berliner Zeitung

Selected works
Film
Some information in this table was obtained from Ulrich Mühe at the Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on 23 September 2007.

Television
Some information in this table was obtained from Ulrich Mühe at the Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on 23 September 2007.

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Year(s) of appearance 1983 1985 1987 Film Ol’ Henry (Old Henry) Hälfte des Lebens (Half of Life) Friedrich Hölderlin Role

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Sansibar oder der letzte Dr. Grote Grund (Zanzibar or the Last Reason) Späte Ankunft (Late Arrival) Hard Days, Hard Nights Flimmer Sehnsucht (Desire) Das Spinnennetz (The Spider’s Web) Sieghart Theodor Lohse • Darstellerpreis (Best Actor), Bayerischer Filmpreis (Bavarian Film Awards) (1990)[15]

1988 1989 1989 1989

1990 1992 1992 1992 1994 1996 1996

Rönnes Reise (Rönne’s Journey) Schtonk! Benny’s Video Einfach raus (Simply Get Out) Der Blaue (The Blue One) Engelchen (Little Angel)

Gottfried Benn Dr. Wieland Father

Karl

Peanuts – die Bank zahlt Dr. Jochen Schuster alles (Peanuts – The Bank Pays Everything) Rennschwein Rudi Rüssel (Rudi, The Racing Pig) Das Schloss (The Castle) Funny Games Sterben ist gesünder (Dying is Healthier) Feuerreiter (Fire Rider) Sieben Monde (Night Time) Straight Shooter Dr. Heinrich Gützkow

1996

1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999

K Georg Hugo Wallner Jacob Gontard Eschbach Markus Paufler

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2001 Goebbels und Geduldig (Goebbels and Geduldig) Amen. Spy Sorge (Spy Richard Sorge) Schneeland (Snowland) Das Leben der Anderen[16] (The Lives of Others) Knövel Hauptmann (Captain) Gerd Wiesler Harry Geduldig/Joseph Goebbels Doctor

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2002 2003 2005 2006

• Beste darstellerische Leistung – Männliche Hauptrolle (Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role), Gold, Deutscher Filmpreis (German Film Awards) (2006) • Darstellerpreis (Best Actor), Bayerischer Filmpreis (Bavarian Film Awards) (2006) • Golden Swan for Best Actor, Copenhagen International Film Festival (2006) • Best Actor, European Film Awards (2006) • Bester Darsteller (Best Actor), German Film Critics Association Awards (2007)[15] • Best Actor in a Leading Role, BAFTA Awards (nominated) (2008).[17]

2007 2007

Verwehte (Blown Away)

Mann (man)

Mein Führer – Die wirk- Prof. Adolf Israel lich wahrste Wahrheit Grünbaum über Adolf Hitler (My Führer – The Truly Truest Truth about Adolf Hitler) Nemesis Robert [9] "Ulrich Mühe : German Actor who Won Acclaim Playing a Stasi Officer in the Oscar-winning The Lives of Others (obituary)". The Times. 2007-07-28. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/ comment/obituaries/article2155356.ece.

2007

http://www.guardian.co.uk/obituaries/ story/0,,2136670,00.html. [8] ^ "Ulrich Mühe : Star of ’The Lives of Others’ (obituary)". The Independent. 2007-07-26. http://news.independent.co.uk/people/ obituaries/article2802598.ece.

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Year(s) of appearance 1983 Film or series Der Mann und sein Name (The Man and His Name) Die Poggenpuhls (The Poggenpuhls) Das Buschgespenst (The Bush Ghost) Die erste Reihe (The First Row) Nadine, meine Liebe (Nadine, My Love) Polizeiruf 110 (Emergency Call 110) (1971–present) "Flüssige Waffe" ("Liquid Weapon") Die gläserne Fackel (The Glass Torch) Der kleine Herr Friedemann (The Small Mr. Friedemann) Ende der Unschuld (The End of Innocence) Jugend ohne Gott (Youth without God) Extralarge: Diamonds Das letzte U-Boot (The Last U-Boat) Lehrer (teacher) Father Enrique Lt. Cmdr. Gerber Leo Kaufmann Strauch Rudolf Schwarz Oberleutnant (Senior Lieutenant) Stein Kegel Role

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Awards and nominations

1984 1986 1987 1988 1988 (1 episode)

1989 1990

Maxi Steinhüter Johannes Friedemann

1991 1991 1993 1993 1993

Wehner – die unerzählte Selbstmörder (suicide Geschichte victim) (Wehner – The Untold Story) Geschäfte (Business) ...nächste Woche ist Frieden (...Next Week brings Peace) Nadja – Heimkehr in die Sergej Fremde (Nadja – Homecoming Among Foreigners) Nikolaikirche (St. Nicholas’ Church) Pfarrer (Minister) Ohlbaum Sturm

1995 1995

1995

1995

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1995 (1 episode) 1995 1996 1996 (1 episode) Rosa Roth (1994–2006) "Lügen" ("Lies") Tödliches Schweigen (Deadly Silence) Das tödliche Auge (The Deadly Eye) Christian Plache Stefan

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Tatort (Crime Scene) Peter Fuchs (1970–present) "Die Abrechnung" ("The Reckoning") 36 Stunden Angst (36 Hours) Siska (1998–present) "Tod einer Würfelspielerin" ("Death of a Female Dice-Thrower") Der letzte Zeuge (The Last Witness) Dr. Robert Kolmaar • Golden Lion for Best Actor in a TV Series, RTL Golden Lion Awards (1998) (nominated) • Bester Schauspieler in einer Hauptrolle – Serie (Best Actor in a Leading Role – TV Series), Deutscher Fernsehpreis (German Television Awards) (1999) (nominated) • Bester Schauspieler in einer Hauptrolle – Serie (Best Actor in a Leading Role – TV Series), Deutscher Fernsehpreis (German Television Awards) (2003) (nominated) • Bavarian TV Award (with writer Gregor Edelmann) (2005) • Beste/r Schauspieler/ in in einer Serie (Best Actor or Actress in a TV Series), Deutscher Fernsehpreis (German Television Awards) (2005)[15] Rudolph

1998 1998 (1 episode)

1998–2007 (73 episodes)

1999 (1 episode)

Tatort (Scene) (1970–present)

Friedel Hebbel

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"Traumhaus" ("Dream House") 1999 2001 2003 2003 2003 Todesengel (Angel of Death) Dreimal Leben (Life Times Three) Alles Samba (Everything’s Samba) Hamlet_X Im Schatten der Macht (In the Shadow of Power) Hunger auf Leben (Hunger for Life) Das Geheimnis von St. Ambrose (The Secret of St. Ambrose) Peer Gynt Dr. Leon Stein Henri Gerd Claudius Müller Günther Gaus

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2004 2006

Jochen Hensel Professor Nicolas Cramer

2006

Der Knopfgiesser (The Button Moulder) [16] Nelson, Rob (2007-07-22). "The Good East German : AKA : When Your Hero is a Stasi Spy". New Times Broward-Palm Beach. http://www.browardpalmbeach.com/ 2007-02-22/film/the-good-east-german. Johnston, Sheila (2007-04-07). "’People Don’t Want to Know that their Best Friend was Actually a Traitor’ (interview with Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, director of Das Leben der Anderen)". The Daily Telegraph. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/ main.jhtml?xml=/arts/2007/04/07/ bfothers107.xml. Ascherson, Neal (2007-03-11). "Beware, the Walls have Ears". The Observer. http://film.guardian.co.uk/features/ featurepages/0,,2031086,00.html. Sandhu, Sukhdev (2007-04-13). "Magnificent Tribute to the Human Soul (review of Das Leben der Anderen)". The Daily Telegraph. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/ main.jhtml?xml=/arts/2007/04/13/ bflives13.xml. French, Philip (2007-04-15). "The Lives of Others (review)". The Observer. http://film.guardian.co.uk/News_Story/ Critic_Review/ Observer_Film_of_the_week/ 0,,2057345,00.html. French, Philip

[10] ^ "Oscar Film’s German Star Dies". CNN. 2007-07-25. http://edition.cnn.com/ 2007/SHOWBIZ/Movies/07/25/ german.actor.reut/index.html. [11] "Ulrich Mühe am Mittwoch beigesetzt". Ad-Hoc News. 2007-07-25. http://www.ad-hoc-news.de/AktuelleNachrichten/de/12640566/(%DCbersichtNeu-Beerdigung)-Zeitung-UlrichM%FChe-am. In German. [12] "Biography for Ulrich Mühe". Internet Movie Database (IMDb). http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0618057/ bio. Retrieved on 2007-11-23. See Jeanne Gröllmann at the Internet Movie Database Retrieved on 23 November 2007. [13] "Ulrich Mühe 1953-2007 : The Actor who Played the Conscience-Stricken Stasi in The Lives of Others has Died". The Guardian. 2007-07-25. http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/film/2007/07/ ulrich_muehe_19532007.html. [14] "Biography for Ulrich Mühe". Internet Movie Database (IMDb). http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0618057/ bio. Retrieved on 2007-08-05. [15] ^ "Awards for Ulrich Mühe". Internet Movie Database (IMDb). http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0618057/ awards. Retrieved on 2007-08-06.

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Year(s) of appearance 1979 Production Fruen fra havet (The Lady from the Sea) by Henrik Ibsen Städtisches Theater, Karl-Marx-Stadt (now Chemnitz) Role Lyngstrand

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Awards and nominations

[Date uncertain] Macbeth (?1979–1986) by William Shakespeare Volksbühne, East Berlin 1986 Egmont Egmont by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Deutsches Theater, East Berlin

[Date uncertain] Hamlet Hamlet ?1986–1989 by William Shakespeare Deutsches Theater, East Berlin [Date uncertain] Nathan der Weise ?1986–1989 (Nathan the Wise) by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing Deutsches Theater, East Berlin [Date uncertain] Peer Gynt Peer Gynt ?1986–1989 by Henrik Ibsen Deutsches Theater, East Berlin 1989 Die Hamletmaschine Hamlet (Hamletmachine) by Heiner Müller Deutsches Theater, East Berlin Die Jüdin von Toledo (The Jewess of Toledo) by Franz Grillparzer Salzburg Festival, Salzburg, Austria Dreimal Leben (Life Times Three) by Yasmina Reza Burgtheater, Vienna, Austria Gesäubert (Cleansed) by Sarah Kane Hamburg Wittgenstein Incorporated König Alfons (King Alfonso, Alfonso VIII)

1990

end-1990s

Henri

1999

Der Arzt (The Doctor)

2003

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Vienna Festwochen (Vienna Festival) 2005 Zerbombt (Blasted) by Sarah Kane Berlin Zerbombt (Blasted)[18] by Sarah Kane Barbican Arts Centre, London Ian

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2006

Ian

[Date unknown]

Clavigo Clavigo by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Gespenster (Ghosts) by Henrik Ibsen Philotas by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing Der Traum, ein Leben (The Dream, a Life) by Franz Grillparzer Osvald Alving Philotas Sigismundis

[Date unknown] [Date unknown] [Date unknown]

(2007-04-15). "When a Bad Cop Sees the Light : This Remarkable Tale of an East German Secret Policeman whose Grubby Manipulations Trouble his Conscience is a Finely Observed Moral Thriller". The Observer. http://observer.guardian.co.uk/ review/story/0,,2057259,00.html. [17] "Film awards winners in 2008". British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). 2008-01-16; updated 2008-02-10. http://static.bafta.org/ awards/film/film-awards-nomineesin-2008,224,BA.html. Retrieved on 2008-02-10. [18] Billington, Michael (2006-11-08). "Blasted (Zerbombt) : Barbican, London (review)". The Guardian. http://arts.guardian.co.uk/critic/review/ 0,,1942154,00.html. Spencer, Charles (2006-11-09). "Blast from the Past Still Chills (review of Zerbombt (Blasted))". The Daily Telegraph. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/ main.jhtml?xml=/arts/2006/11/09/ btzer09.xml. [19] Possibly Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff (1788–1857).

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• Plass, Sarah (2007-07-25). "Ulrich Mühe, Film and Stage Actor, Dies at 54". The New York Times (Late Edition). p. 7.

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/26/arts/ 26muhe.html?_r=1&adxnnl=1&oref=slogin&ref=obitu "Ulrich Mühe 1953-2007 : The Actor who Played the Conscience-Stricken Stasi in The Lives of Others has Died". The Guardian. 2007-07-25. http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/film/2007/07/ ulrich_muehe_19532007.html. Paterson, Tony (2007-07-26). "Ulrich Mühe, Star of ’Lives of Others’, Dies Aged 54". The Independent. http://news.independent.co.uk/europe/ article2802631.ece. "Ulrich Mühe : Star of ’The Lives of Others’ (obituary)". The Independent. 2007-07-26. http://news.independent.co.uk/people/ obituaries/article2802598.ece. "Ulrich Mühe (obituary)". The Daily Telegraph. 2007-07-27. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/07/27/ db2702.xml. Bergan, Ronald (2007-07-28). "Ulrich Mühe (obituary)". The Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/obituaries/ story/0,,2136670,00.html. "Ulrich Mühe : German Actor who Won Acclaim Playing a Stasi Officer in the Oscar-winning The Lives of Others (obituary)". The Times. 2007-07-28. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/ comment/obituaries/article2155356.ece.

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Year(s) of appearance 1997 Book Ein Monat in Dachau (One Month in Dachau, 1992) by Vladimir Sorokin; translated from the Russian by Peter Urban Ich bin eine Welt: Briefe und Gedichte – eine Collage (I am a World: Letters and Poems – a Collage) by Georg Trakl Einen Dichter denken – LAUT (A Poet Thinks – ALOUD) by Heiner Müller Adler und Engel (Eagles and Angels) by Juli Zeh Die Kinder (The Children) by Peter Hacks Reise gegen den Wind (Journey Against the Wind, 2000) by Peter Härtling Südkurier (Southern Mail, 1929) by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Wind, Sand und Sterne (Wind, Sand and Stars, 1939) by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Ein unbekannter Freund (A Friend of Unknown Quantity) by Ivan Bunin (read by Susanne Lothar and Ulrich Mühe) "Ich küsse Dich vielmals...": Liebesbriefe ("I Kiss You Many Times...": Love Letters) (read by Susanne Lothar and Ulrich Mühe) Der kleine Prinz (The Little Prince, 1943) by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Weihnachtswünsche: Die Weihnachtsgeschichte nach Lukas und die schönsten Weihnachtsgedichte (Christmas Wishes: The History of Christmas according to Luke and the Most Beautiful Christmas Poems) by Joseph von Eichendorff[19] (told by Otto Mellies, Ulrich Mühe and Otto Sander) Shakespeares Hamlet und alles, was ihn für uns zum kulturellen Gedächtnis macht (Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Everything that Makes it Cultural Memory For Us) (read by Dietrich Schwanitz, Ulrich Mühe and Hanns Zischler) Von allem Anfang an (From All Beginning) by Christoph Hein

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1999

2000

2002 2002 2002

2003 2003

2004

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2006

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Ulrich Mühe

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Further reading
• "Seine letzten Tage plante Ulrich Mühe bis ins Detail". Bild. 2007-07-25. http://www.bild.t-online.de/BTO/leute/ 2007/07/26/ulrich-muehe/beisetzungtrauer.html. In German. • "Ulrich Mühe, Star of ’The Lives of Others,’ Dies at 54". International Herald Tribune. 2007-07-25. http://www.iht.com/ articles/2007/07/25/news/obits.php. • "Ulrich Mühe, ’Lives Of Others’ Star, Dies". United Press International (UPI). 2007-07-25. http://www.upi.com/ NewsTrack/Entertainment/2007/07/25/ ulrich_muhe_lives_of_others_star_dies/ 4044/. • "Actor Helped Bring Down the Wall". The Sydney Morning Herald. 2007-07-30. http://www.smh.com.au/news/film/actorhelped-bring-down-the-wall/2007/07/29/ 1185647737665.html.

• "Photo Gallery : Ulrich Mühe". Spiegel Online. 2007-07-25. http://www.spiegel.de/fotostrecke/ 0,5538,23437,00.html. Retrieved on 2007-08-05. • Photographs of Ulrich Mühe at Virtual History Film • Official English website of Das Leben der Anderen (The Lives of Others, 2006) • Official German website of Das Leben der Anderen (The Lives of Others, 2006) Persondata NAME Mühe, Ulrich ALTERNATIVE Mühe, Friedrich Hans NAMES Ulrich SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH German film, television and theatre actor 20 June 1953 Grimma, Saxony, Germany 22 July 2007 Walbeck, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

External links
• Ulrich Mühe at the Internet Movie Database • Dreaming Ulrich – an unofficial fan-site

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