|Occupation character actor|
Resting place Darmstadt
Role Film actor
|Name Hans Blech|
Years active 1948-1992
Ex-spouse Erni Wilhelmi
|Born February 20, 1915 (1915-02-20) Darmstadt, German Empire|
Died March 5, 1993, Munich, Germany
Awards German Film Award for Best Overall Acting Performance, German Film Award - Honorary Award
Movies The Longest Day, The Wrong Move, The Bridge at Remagen, The Scarlet Letter, Colonel Redl
Similar People Rudiger Vogler, Ken Annakin, Hanna Schygulla, Bernhard Wicki, Nastassja Kinski
Hans christian blech
Hans Christian Blech (20 February 1915 – 5 March 1993) was a German film, stage and television character actor who found success in both Germany and Hollywood.
He made his English film debut in the 1951 picture Decision Before Dawn. In this and many of his other Hollywood films, he played a German soldier. He had fought on the Eastern Front in World War II, where he may have acquired his facial scars. Another possible origin of his scars was a car accident on the Darmstadt Luisenplatz when Blech was 14 years old.