Max Gülstorff

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Max Gülstorff
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Born(1882-03-23)23 March 1882
Died6 February 1947(1947-02-06) (aged 64)
Berlin, Germany
Occupation Actor
Years active1916–1949

Max Walter Gülstorff (23 March 1882 – 6 February 1947) was a German actor and stage director.

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Biography

Gülstorff was born in Tilsit, East Prussia. He first appeared in 1900 at the Rudolstadt municipal Theater and moved to Cottbus in 1908.

In 1911 Gülstorff went to the Schillertheater Berlin and became a member of the ensemble of Max Reinhardt's Deutsches Theater in 1915. He also acted at the Großes Schauspielhaus and the Volksbühne Berlin. In 1923 Gülstorff moved to Vienna, where he worked as a stage director at the Theater in der Josefstadt.

Gülstorff died in Berlin and was buried at the Lichtenrade cemetery.

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