German actor Rolf Boysen died in Munich on May 16th, he was 94. Born on March 31,1920 in Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. He became an actor after World War II taking acting classes and had his first engagement in 1948 at the Stadttheater Dortmund. He worked in the theater throughout his entire career which also included films and television. His link to the Euro-westerns is as a voice actor. He was the voice of Peter Cross (Pierre Cressoy) in “Blood for a Silver Dollar” (1965). He leaves a daughter Sabine and two sons: son Markus Boysen is also an actor; son Peer Boysen is a director and stage designer.
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