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Nikolaus Paryla

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Nikolaus Paryla (born 19 November 1939, in Zurich) is an Austrian actor and stage director.

Paryla studied acting at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna. In 1961 he received his first engagement at the Wiener Volkstheater as Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening (Frühlings Erwachen), directed by Gustav Manker,[1] after which he was engaged until 1969 at the Theater in der Josefstadt. Between 1970 and 1971 Paryla belonged to the ensemble of the Berlin Schiller Theater, after which he stood until 1986 on the stage of the Munich Residenz Theatre.

In films he is known for roles in Kehraus (1983) and Das Schloß (1997) . Paryla won the Hersfeld-Preis in 1980.

Selected filmography

  • 1960: Das Zaubermännchen
  • 1979: Lena Rais
  • 1979: Der ganz normale Wahnsinn (TV series)
  • 1982: The Confessions of Felix Krull (TV miniseries)
  • 1983: Kehraus
  • 1988: Heimatmuseum [de] (TV miniseries)
  • 1988: Mit Leib und Seele (TV series)
  • 1995: Ant Street
  • 1995: Rennschwein Rudi Rüssel
  • 1995: Rohe Ostern [de] (TV film)
  • 1997: The Castle (TV film)
  • 1998: Solo für Klarinette [de]
  • 1999: Geliebte Gegner (TV film)
  • 2000: Polt muss weinen
  • 2001: Zwölfeläuten
  • 2001: Tatort – Im freien Fall [de] (part of TV-series)
  • 2003: Pumuckl und sein Zirkusabenteuer (part of TV-series)
  • 2004: Schimanski: Das Geheimnis des Golem (part of TV-series)
  • 2005: Marias letzte Reise (TV film)
  • 2005: Schiller (TV film)
  • 2006: Kronprinz Rudolfs letzte Liebe [de] (TV film)
  • 2008: Tatort – Der glückliche Tod [de] (part of TV-series)
  • 2009: Tatort – Wir sind die Guten (part of TV-series)
  • 2010: Länger Leben
  • 2012: Wer’s glaubt, wird selig

References

  1. ^ "Bayerns Mutter Courage" (in German). Merkur online.de. Retrieved 8 February 2014.
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