Klaus Maria Brandauer

Klaus Maria Brandauer

Klaus Maria Brandauer, born in Bad Aussee in 1943, has been a member of the Burgtheater ensemble since 1972. In 1989 he received the honorary title of Kammerschauspieler. He has starred in many Burgtheater productions and has also made guest appearances at other theatres and festivals, including the Salzburg Festival, where he played the title role in Jedermann (Everyman) from 1983 to 1988. Since the 1960s he has also worked as a director from time to time. Klaus Maria Brandauer is a familiar face in film and TV and is one of the few German-language actors to have experienced success in Hollywood. He has received numerous film and theatre awards, is an honorary citizen of Altaussee and recipient of the Gertrud Eysoldt Ring. His portrait, painted by Elke Krystufek, is on display in the Burgtheater. He has been an honorary member of the Burgtheater since 2013 and received the Nestroy Theatre Award for his life’s work in 2014.

Bisherige Rollen

2013/2014
Lear, König von Britannien
König Lear
William Shakespeare
Deutsch von Peter Stein nach Graf von Baudissin
2004/2005
Nathan
Nathan der Weise
Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
1999/2000
Cyrano von Bergerac
Cyrano von Bergerac
Edmond Rostand
1991/1992
George
Wer hat Angst vor Virginia Woolf?
Edward Albee
1985/1986
Hamlet
Hamlet
William Shakespeare
1979/1980
Tartuffe
Tartuffe
Jean-Baptiste Molière
1978/1979
Prinz
Emilia Galotti
Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
1977/1978
Victor
Victor oder Die Kinder an der Macht
Roger Vitrac
1974/1975
Ferdinand
Kabale und Liebe
Friedrich Schiller
1972/1973
Karlos
Don Karlos
Friedrich Schiller
Infant von Spanien
1972/1973
Fritz
Liebelei
Arthur Schnitzler
1971/1972
Hans
Bacchus
Jean Cocteau
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