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Horst Buchholz

Horst BuchholzAKA Horst Werner Buchholz

Born: 4-Dec-1933
Birthplace: Berlin, Germany
Died: 3-Mar-2003
Location of death: Berlin, Germany
Cause of death: Pneumonia
Remains: Buried, Waldfriedhof Heerstrasse, Berlin, Germany

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Bisexual [1]
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: Germany
Executive summary: The Magnificent Seven

[1] Obituary, The Independent, 5 March 2003, citing a source that neither they nor we can confirm: "After playing a lady's man for many years, Buchholz reportedly admitted to the weekly Bunte magazine in 2000 that he had bisexual tendencies." In his autobiography, Oswalt Kolle, Ich bin so frei: mein Leben (2008), claims to have had a relationship with Buchholz.

Wife: Myriam Bru (actress, m. 7-Dec-1958, until his death, one son, one daughter)
Son: Christopher Buchholz (actor, b. 4-Feb-1962)
Daughter: Beatrice

    Jewish Ancestry Paternal

    The Enemy (9-Feb-2001) · George Ashton
    Voyage of Terror (20-Jun-1998)
    La Vita Bella (20-Dec-1997)
    Faraway, So Close! (18-May-1993)
    Aces: Iron Eagle III (9-Jan-1992) · Leichman
    Touch and Die (1992)
    Code Name: Emerald (27-Sep-1985)
    Sahara (1983) · Von Glessing
    Aphrodite (7-Jul-1982)
    Avalanche Express (27-Sep-1979)
    From Hell to Victory (1979)
    The Return of Captain Nemo (8-Mar-1978)
    Raid on Entebbe (9-Jan-1977)
    The Catamount Killing (1975)
    The Great Waltz (1-Nov-1972)
    The Young Rebel (3-Nov-1967)
    Marco the Magnificent (6-Aug-1965)
    The Empty Canvas (4-Dec-1963)
    Nine Hours to Rama (3-Apr-1963)
    One, Two, Three (15-Dec-1961) · Otto Ludwig Piffl
    Fanny (28-Jun-1961)
    The Magnificent Seven (23-Oct-1960) · Chico
    Tiger Bay (Mar-1959)
    Monpti (12-Sep-1957)
    Confessions of Felix Krull (25-Apr-1957)

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