Actor Peer Schmidt died on Saturday May 8th, 2010 in Berlin, Germany at the age of 86. His death was confirmed by his wife actress Helga Schlack. Schmidt died after a long illness in a Berlin hospital. The actor played in numerous films like “Der Stern von Afrika” (1957), as well as in television productions like the Channel 2 German Television series “Der kleine Doctor” (1973) and the ARD TV series “Café Wernicke”(1978). His love however was acting on the stage. In Berlin Peer Schmidt is well-known as one of the most popular theatre stars. In addition he was a very busy dubbing actor who was the voice of such film stars as, Marlon Brando, and Jean Paul Belmondo.
SCHMIDT, Peer (Peer Eugen George Schmidt)
Born: 3/11/1926, Erfurt, Thuringia, Germany
Died: 5/8/2010, Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Peer Schmidt's western - voice dubber:
Boot Hill - 1969 [German voice of Terence Hill]