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Werner Klemperer - Quotes

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But when they offered this little situation for me to do this voice in this special segment, I found it so incredibly humorous that I said yes, and I enjoyed it. It was fun.

But when they offered this little situation for me to do this voice in this special segment, I found it so incredibly humorous that I said yes, and I enjoyed it. It was fun.

You know, I find it so difficult being a... as a matter of fact, little do people know that most of the leading members of the cast have a background that they would never expect them to have, and play the show they did. ---->>>

I'm very surprised at that, yes, because there were many chances for it to be in Germany once the syndication market started and it continually just did not happen. ---->>>

The fact that I have such a problem that people... that that has to, you know, be on people's mind, what my personal background is. To me, to be very frank with you, is a totally irrelevant thing. ---->>>

When you mean a show like this, you have to say to me a show exactly like this, the way it was done. ---->>>

I think that's so strange, because they do know that we're all actors and we perform things that have not necessarily anything to do with us personally. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: German
Born: 03-22, 1920
Birthplace: Cologne, Germany
Die: 12-06, 2000
Occupation: Actor
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Werner Klemperer (March 22, 1920 – December 6, 2000) was a German-American stage, film, and television actor and singer/musician. Born in Cologne, Rhine Province, Germany, Klemperer and his family fled Germany in 1935. After serving in the United States Army during World War II, he began his professional acting career on the Broadway stage in 1947 (wikipedia)