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Wolfgang Neuss

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Wolfgang Neuss
Neuss in 1985
Hans Wolfgang Otto Neuß[1]

(1923-12-03)3 December 1923
Died5 May 1989(1989-05-05) (aged 65)
Occupation(s)Actor, Kabarett artist
Wolfgang Neuss (third from left) receiving the award of the Berliner Kunstpreis für Film und Fernsehen (1964)
Wolfgang Neuss, next to Joan Baez, at the “Ostermarsch”, April 1966 in Frankfurt

Wolfgang Neuss (3 December 1923 – 5 May 1989)[2] was a German actor and Kabarett artist. Wolfgang Neuss and Wolfgang Müller [de] (1922–1960) were a popular double act. Beginning in the mid-1960s, Neuss also became famous for his political engagement, first for the SPD, then for the extra-parliamentary opposition, APO. He died in 1989 from a longtime cancer.

At the age of 15 he went to Berlin to become a clown but was dismissed. When Germany entered into the Second World War Neuss was drafted, first to the Reich Labour Service where he was occupied with road construction. Later he was sent to the Eastern Front where he became injured and was rewarded with the Iron Cross. It was during his stays in military hospitals and, after the war during military detention that Neuss began to discover his interest in acting and for Kabarett.

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Cabarett shows

  • Lachkalorien (end of 1940s)
  • Der Mann mit der Pauke (1951)
  • Wer nicht hören will muss fernsehen … (1959)
  • Zwei Berliner in Paris – eine musikalische Doppel-Conference von Wolfgang Neuss (1959)
  • Das jüngste Gerücht (1963)
  • Neuss Testament – Die Villon Show (1965)
  • Asyl im Domizil (1967)
  • Serenade für Angsthasen – in kabarettistisches Solo für Neuss und eine Geige (1967)
  • Marxmenschen (1968)
  • Neuss vom Tage (mid-1980s in WDR)

Other recordings

See also

  • Wolfgang Müller [de]


  1. ^ According to his ID-card as shown in documentation Neuss Deutschland – Querulant der Republik by Julia Oelkers & Peter Scholl, dated 2006
  2. ^ "schauspieler 43".

Further reading

  • Bergfelder, Tim & Bock, Hans-Michael. The Concise Cinegraph: Encyclopedia of German. Berghahn Books, 2009.


  • "Wolfgang Neuss: Ekstase und Melancholie". Jürgen Miermeister. Production: ZDF, 1993, 23 min.
  • "Narrkose – Von und mit Wolfgang Neuss". Rüdiger Daniel and Uschi Sixt-Roessler. First airing 4 December 1993, 43 min. Production: WDR
  • "Der Mann mit der Pauke: Wolfgang Neuss". Documentation, book and regie: Jürgen Miermeister. Production: ZDF, first aired: 3 December 1998
  • "Neuss Deutschland: Querulant der Republik". Julia Oelkers and Peter Scholl. Documentation, 45 min. Production: rbb, first aired: 4 Dezember 2006 OCLC 699079325
  • "Das Neuss Testament". Rüdiger Daniel. Production dibsfilm and rbb, 2009, movie film, 72 min.

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