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Heinz Bennent
Born(1921-07-18)18 July 1921
Died12 October 2011(2011-10-12) (aged 90)
Lausanne, Switzerland

Heinz Bennent (18 July 1921 – 12 October 2011[1]) was a German actor.

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Bennent was born in Stolberg, and served in the Luftwaffe during World War II.[2] His career began after the end of World War II in Göttingen. He moved to Switzerland in the 1970s, where he lived until his death at age 90. He was survived by his son, actor David Bennent, and daughter, actress Anne Bennent.

Selected filmography



  • 1969: Exklusiv! [de] (TV film) .... Edmund Frank
  • 1969: The Age of the Fish [de] (TV film) .... Mr. Lorenz, teacher
  • 1970: Eine Rose für Jane (TV film) .... Jones
  • 1971: Tatort: AE612 ohne Landeerlaubnis [de] (TV series episode) .... Pilot Feininger
  • 1972: Der Kommissar: Tod eines Schulmädchens (TV series episode) .... Dr. Gebhardt
  • 1972: Les Rendez-vous en forêt [fr] (TV film) .... Akos
  • 1972: Sonderdezernat K1: Vier Schüsse auf den Mörder (TV series episode) .... Jeffrey Simmons
  • 1973: Der Kommissar: Der Geigenspieler (TV series episode) .... Andreas Kolding
  • 1974: Perahim – die zweite Chance (TV film) .... Perahim
  • 1974: Die Eltern (TV film) .... Michael
  • 1975: Die Verwandlung [de] (TV film) .... Gregor Samsa's father
  • 1975: Derrick: Paddenberg (TV series episode) .... Robert Hofer
  • 1975: Tatort: Wodka Bitter-Lemon [de] (TV series episode) .... Martin Koenen
  • 1976: Lobster [de]: Der Einarmige (TV series episode) .... Franz Borsig
  • 1976: Tatort: Zwei Leben [de] (TV series episode) .... Franz Scheller
  • 1976: Der Anwalt [de] (TV series, 13 episodes) .... Dr. Wetzlar
  • 1978: Derrick: Lissas Vater (TV series episode) .... Ludwig Heimer
  • 1980: From the Life of the Marionettes (TV film) .... Arthur Brenner
  • 1981: Der Fall Maurizius [it] (TV miniseries) .... Wolf von Andergast
  • 1982: Derrick: Nachts in einem fremden Haus (TV series episode) .... Dr. Stoll
  • 1983: Derrick: Geheimnisse einer Nacht (TV series episode) .... Gustav Vrings
  • 1985: Derrick: Die Tänzerin (TV series episode) .... Dr. Rohner
  • 1986: Le Tiroir secret (TV miniseries) .... André Lemarchand
  • 1987: Gambit [de] (TV film) .... Feuerbach
  • 1994: Maigret et le Fantôme [fr] (TV series episode) .... Gustav Jonker
  • 2004: Princesse Marie [fr] (TV film) .... Sigmund Freud (final film role)


In 1980, Bennent was nominated for the César Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in The Last Metro.


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