Sunday, December 20, 2020

RIP Fred Maire

German actor, voice dubber Fred Maire died on December 19, 2020. He was 88. German actor and voice dubber Fred Maire died on December 19th, 2020 he was 88. Maire was believed to have been born in Munich, Germany on May 20, 1932. He began his career in the theater as an actor on stage in Berlin, Munich Basel, Bremen and Cologne. In the 1970s Fred travelled to Indonesia where he worked for a time at a Balinese-Javanese theater. Returning to Munich he took over a private theater for a year, but it failed financially despite great public success. He then worked until 2000 as a voice actor, author and director. In 2000 he returned to the theater where he made his second debut in Carl Orff’s “Die Bernauerin”. He was the German voice of Klaus Kinski, Dennis Hopper, David Bradley, Spencer, Tracy, Tomas Milian and Lee Van Cleef. Fred’s daughter Laura Maire is also an actress. Fred’s Euro-western German dubbing include “Dynamite Jack” (1961) [German voice of Piggot]; Adios, Gringo (1965) [German voice of Massimo Righi]; The Texican (1966) [German voice of George Rigaud]; Hallelujah for Django (1967) [German voice of Jeff Cameron]; Dead Men Don’t Count (1968) [German voice of Mark Damon]; The Big Gundown (1968) [German voice of Tomas Milian]; “Blood and Guns“ (1968) [German voice of Tomas Milian]; “Run Man Run” (1968) [German voice of Tomas Milian]; “If You Meet Sartana… Pray for Your Death” (1968) [German voice of Klaus Kinski]; “$10,000 for a Massacre” (1968) [German voice of Claudio Camaso]; “Vengeance” (1968) [German voice of Claudio Camaso]; “White Comanche” (1968) [German voice of William Shatner]; “Guns of the Magnificent Seven” (1969) [German voice of Reni Santoni]; “Light the Fuse… Sartana is Coming” (1970) [German voice of Sal Borgese]; “The White, the Yellow, the Black” (1975) [German voice of Manuel De Blas]; “God’s Gun” (1976) [German voice Lee Van Cleef]; “Kid Vengeance “ (1977) [German voice of Lee Van Cleef] and “Todlicher Irrtum” (1985) [German voice of Michael Elphick].


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