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Klaus Kinski – the cult German actor, famous psychopath of the masterpieces of Werner Herzog. Father Actors Nastassja Kinski and Nikolai Kinski. Known for paintings “Fitzcarraldo,” “Aguirre, the wrath of God,” “The Great Silence”, “Nosferatu: Phantom of the Night,” “A Few Dollars More” and other tapes.
Nikolaus Karl Günther Nakshinski (real name of the actor) was born in a family of Polish pharmacist and a German pastor’s daughter October 18, 1926 in Tsoppote, Poland.
And there was the fourth child of the family. Shortly after his birth the family moved to Berlin. The German school Nikolaus behaved very badly, skipped classes and otherwise did not want to learn. Granite science boy preferred to work – he earned the messenger, then shining shoes, the janitor. Even washing the corpses. In his youth he had Adolf Hitler’s rule and the Second World War. In 1943, 16-year-old Nakshinski was forced to join the army – the boy was transferred to the Netherlands. True, the war affected rebellious spirit Kinski – the soldiers managed to escape, was caught for desertion and sentenced to death, but again managed to escape from the military tribunal. However, the published memoirs of Kinski, it cost him considerable sacrifice. “Early in the morning I have to execute. A soldier who guarded me – terminally lustful gay … I give him to fuck me in the ass. When he reaches orgasm, I hit him in the skull … This time I run away in the right direction “, – says the actor.
Soon the fugitive was in British captivity, where he subsequently held a 1 year and 4 months. It was in England, in prison for prisoners of war, Claus first appeared on the amateur scene. Participation in the initiative helped him to prison after release, when a young man settled in West Germany. He took a more sonorous than his real name, alias Klaus Kinski and began his career as a theatrical actor. Reading monologues on behalf of Nietzsche, Rimbaud, and other philosophers, as well as acting as a very nonstandard Christ Kinski pretty soon gained a reputation as an actor with several psychopathic tendencies.
In the movie he was shooting at 22 years, first appeared in a small role in the drama of the German prisoner «Morituri» (1948). Subsequently, Klaus often acted in low-budget films, as in the movie good pay. Kinski continued to rebel and in the work: well, who else from the actors could refuse to work with Fellini or Spielberg? And Klaus – could and refused. The most striking works of Claus and 40 steel – caries-Amur in the film David Lean’s “Doctor Zhivago” (1965) and Wilde in the film by Sergio Leone “A Few Dollars More” (1965).
But strong global fame came to him only after 45 years. Thanks to the classic film by Werner Herzog. Werner knew Kinski still undergrowth, his family lived in an apartment with an eccentric actor. Subsequently becoming director, Klaus Herzog invited almost all the projects for the leading roles. Only he was able to curb the controversial nature of the actor, and send in the right direction. Directing Herzog and Kinski unconventional acting talent, like in a puzzle, perfectly agreed with each other, prompting applause demanding audience. “Aguirre, the wrath of God” (1972), “Nosferatu: Phantom of the Night” (1978), “Woyzeck” (1979), “Fitzcarraldo” (1982) and many other ribbons were awarded the highest film awards jury. In 1999, Werner was even dedicated to “own” the actor biopic “My best enemy – Klaus Kinski,” which opens with an accuracy of the contradictory nature of genius.
Kinski was a notorious Casanova. Officially, he was four times married, had three children. 23 November 1991 65-year-old actor died of a heart attack.