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Austrian actor whose best films were shot by the Italian Director Luchino Visconti (Luchino Visconti).
Helmut Berger born 29 may 1944, in the small Spa town of bad Ischl, Austria (Bad Ischl, Austria). His family was engaged in the hotel business, and although he was not interested in nor hospitality, nor the art of gastronomy, the first Helmut was educated in this region. He studied in a boarding school in Feldkirch (Feldkirch), ancient city on the Western border of Austria, but at the age of 18 moved to London (London), where odd jobs and at the same time taking acting lessons. The study of foreign languages has led Berger to Italian Perugia (Perugia), and then in Rome (Rome).
In 1964, Helmut first met Luchino Visconti (Luchino Visconti), the Italian Director with an international reputation, with whom later the young actor has a close relationship – he became the beloved Director. Visconti gave him his first role in an episode of ‘Burnt witch’ (La strega bruciata viva) Comedy ‘Witch’ (Le streghe), filmed in 1965 and released in 1967. the Film was shot in five episodes of short stories by five different Directors, unites them through the role of Mangano Silvana (Silvana Mangano).
International fame came to Berger after the role devoid of moral principles Martin von Essenbeck (Martin von Essenbeck) the drama Visconti’s ‘Death of the gods’ (La caduta degli dei/ The Damned) in 1969. The most famous scenes from that movie critics think is a great parody Berger in a dress for a performance of Marlene Dietrich (Marlene Dietrich) in the Nazis banned the film ‘the Blue angel’ (Der blaue Engel), a scene of violence, power-hungry authoritarian over Martin’s mother and one of the final scenes of the film where Martin handed mother and her husband ampoule of cyanide, waiting for their death in the next room. Game Berger was so convincing that critics called the role of Martin von Essenbeck ‘role’, and the Berger was nominated for film award ‘Golden globe’ (Golden Globe Award) as most promising young actor.
The following year, Hellmuth played another vicious handsome Dorian gray (Dorian Gray) in the eponymous film directed by Massimo Dallamano (Massimo Dallamano). The culmination of his collaboration with Visconti was the drama of the 1972 ‘Ludwig’ (Ludwig), in which Berger played Ludwig II, king of Bavaria (Ludwig II of Bavaria), nicknamed the Fairytale king, with incredible psychological precision showing the way of life of Ludwig, from the young fresh Prince to the last days of the monarch, the shadow of madness. This role brought the actor a ‘European Oscars’ – the Italian film ‘David di Donatello’. In 2007 for his professional achievements received a special award ‘Teddy’ (Teddy) at the Berlin film festival (Berlin Film Festival), which is awarded to movies, affecting the homosexual theme.
Visconti’s death in 1976 caused the Berger deep personal crisis, he had problems with alcohol and drugs. Lawyers Visconti, has appointed the actor as his heir, never could find him. The first anniversary of the death of the Director Helmut tried to commit suicide. Besides its beauty, providing Berger, the attention of filmmakers and audiences began to disappear. Since the late 70s, the actor has increasingly played roles in low-budget films for money began to appear on television in 1983 and 1984 he starred in the American soap Opera ‘Dynasty’ (Dynasty). He gave a description of this work: ‘Cried all the way to the shooting, but was laughing on the way to the Bank’.
September 1, 2010 the American premiere of the latest film starring Helmut Berger, drama ‘Iron cross’ (Iron Cross). He played an old SS man, living under a false name Schrager (Shrager), responsible for the destruction of entire families of Polish Jews during the Second world war.
Berger, openly acknowledged his bisexuality, has always been a welcome guest on talk shows. Among other things, he spoke about his relationship with actress Marisa Berenson (Marisa Berenson), allegedly wanted to marry him, an erotic adventure with Rudolph Nuriev (Rudolf Nurejew), Bianca (Bianca Jagger) and Mick Jaggeri (Mick Jagger) and other rock stars of the 70s and 80s. However, it remains unclear which of these stories are fictional, and which real.
In 1994, Berger was married to Italian actress Francesca Guidato (Francesca Guidato), but in 2004 they broke up.

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