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Ilja Richter, reading in Leipzig 2013
Ilja Richter, reading in Leipzig 2013

Ilja Richter (born 24 November 1952 in East Berlin) is a German actor, voice actor, television presenter, singer, theatre director and author.

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Life

Ilja Richter was born to parents Georg and Eva Richter. Georg was a Communist, who named Ilja after the Russian journalist Ilja Ehrenburg, and Eva was a Jew who survived the Third Reich under a fake Aryan identity. Georg spent nine and a half years in the penitentiary and concentration camp during the Third Reich. After the family was in political difficulties in the GDR, they moved to West Berlin in 1953. There, the Richters leased a restaurant. In 1955, Ilja's sister Janina was born, and in 1959 they moved to Cologne. There, too, the Richters ran a restaurant, but moved back in 1960 to West Berlin, where they opened a pension. Eva, a former actress, brought Ilja to the SFB for an audition. In the 1970s, Richter became famous in West-Germany as television presenter of Disco, a music show filmed before a young live audience in which he also performed in sketches. As an actor, he played several roles in films and in theatre. As a voice actor, his most prominent role was lending his colourful, peppy voice to Timon from The Lion King. He also provided the German voices of Mike Wazowski in Monsters, Inc., the title character of Count Duckula and Dave in The Penguins of Madagascar. Richter wrote several books. He dated the singer Marianne Rosenburg from 1975 to 1978. From 1995 to 1997 he married the singer Stephanie von Falkenhausen. He lives in Berlin with his longtime companion Barbara Ferun, and has one child, Kolja.

Filmography

Awards

Songs

  • 1961 – "Schokolade, Pfefferminz, saure Drops"
  • 1961 – "Lausbubentwist"
  • 1961 – "Ich möchte am Broadway Blümchen pflücken"
  • 1969 – "Tip-Tap in die Tulpen"
  • 1970 – "Ich hol' dir gerne vom Himmel die Sterne"
  • 1972 – "Eine Goldmedaille für deine Supertaille"
  • 1977 – "Tip-Tap in die Tulpen" (new version)
  • 1979 – "Liebe im Büro"
  • 1984 – "Liebeslied"

Books

  • Star-Szene '77. 1000 Top-Stars presented by Ilja Richter, Verlagsgesellschaft für Nachschlagewerke, Taunusstein 1977.
  • Eva Richter, Ilja Richter: Der deutsche Jude. In: Bibliothek der deutschen Werte. Droemer Knaur 2766 satire, Munich 1993. ISBN 3-426-02766-6.
  • Ilja Richter, Harald Martenstein: Meine Story. dtv 2001, ISBN 3-423-20436-2 (original title: Spot aus! Licht an! – Meine Story. Hoffmann and Campe, Hamburg 1999, ISBN 3-455-11277-3).
  • Ilja Richter, Viola Roggenkamp: Meine Mamme. with an essay over nachgeborene Jews in Germany and ihr Erbe, Fischer 16740. Frankfurt am Main 2005. ISBN 978-3-596-16740-1.
  • Ilja Richter, Erich Rauschenbach (illustrator): Bruno – Von Bären und Menschen. Boje, Cologne 2007. ISBN 978-3-414-82047-1.

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