Known for Didi's Comedy Show
|Name Dieter Hallervorden|
|Full Name Dieter Jurgen Hallervorden|
Born September 5, 1935 (age 80) (1935-09-05) Dessau, Anhalt
Occupation comedian, comic actor, singer, cabaret artist
Spouse Elena Blume (m. 1991), Rotraud Schindler (m. ?–1985)
Children Johannes Hallervorden, Laura Hallervorden, Nathalie Hallervorden, Dieter Hallervorden Jr.
Movies Sein letztes Rennen, Head Full of Honey, Didi auf vollen Touren, The Girl and Death, Der Springteufel
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Dieter "Didi" Hallervorden (born 5 September 1935) is a German comedian, comic actor, singer and cabaret artist.
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- Die Didi Show Ganoven unter sich bester Didi Sketch
Die Didi-Show - Ganoven unter sich (bester Didi Sketch!)
Dieter Hallervorden's mother was a physician's assistant and his father a graduate engineer employed by German aircraft maker Junkers. His siblings are called Renate and Margot. Dieter Hallervorden has two children (Dieter Hallervorden Jr. and Nathalie Hallervorden) from his marriage to Rotraud Schindler, a daughter (Laura) from another relationship, and a son (Johannes) from his current wife Elena Blume.
Dieter Hallervorden Jr. appeared in the movies Darf ich Sie zur Mutter machen (1968) and The Wedding Trip (1969) and had some scenes in Nonstop Nonsens (1974–1980). Nathalie Hallervorden co-starred in the TV series Die Nervensäge (1985–1986) and had a brief appearance together with her parents in Nonstop Nonsens. Hallervorden's first wife, Rotraud Schindler, co-starred in several TV shows and some movies. Johannes Hallervorden plays the part of Melchior von und zu Panke, the ghost from the TV series Binny and the Ghost
Hallervorden starred as a bumbling, Clouseau-like detective in the German television show Die Didi-Show. The show was dubbed into English, retitled Didi's Comedy Show, and shown in various countries.
An Afrikaans-subtitled version of the comedy sketch-show, Nonstop Nonsens (1975), starring Hallervorden, was broadcast in South Africa in the early 1980s under the title Grapjas Didi ("Didi the Joker" or alternatively "Didi the Prankster"). Also a Spanish-dubbed version was also distributed for Latin America under the name Las Locuras de Didí ("The Madnesses of Didi").
Since 1988, Dieter Hallervorden has lived in Trégastel (France) in the castle (in French) Château de Costaérès.
He provided the voice for Vlad in the German dub of Hotel Transylvania 2.