• 8 August 1931
  •  Kaiserslautern, Germany

Peter Fitz


Peter Fitz (born August 8th 1931 in Kaiserslautern, Germany) is mostly active in theatre. After his graduation from theatre school in 1970, he started as an actor for the Deutsches Schauspielhauses Hamburg (German Theatre Hamburg). From 1970 to 1986, he was a permanent actor for the Schaubühne Berlin (Berlin Theatre). He got awards for best German actor on stage in 1980 and 1983. In 1996, he received an award for best European stage actor. Though almost never a lead actor, Fitz also gained recognition for film in recent years. His most prominent roles are that of Alf Bertini in _"Bertinis, Die" (1989) (mini)_, the conservative father in 23 (1998) and as Weinrich in La boutique (1998). Recently he also starred as György Eszter in Béla Tarr's Les Harmonies Werckmeister (2000).


Movie Name Release Date
Αντίο, παιδιά – Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987) February 12, 1988