Werner Pochath

Werner Pochath

actor, casting director, second unit director or assistant director

Werner Pochath was born on Sep 29, 1939 in Austria. Werner Pochath's big-screen debut came with Der Besuch der alten Dame directed by Ludwig Cremer in 1959, strarring III's Sohn (as Werner Pochlatka). Werner Pochath is known for Wallenberg: A Hero's Story directed by Lamont Johnson, Richard Chamberlain stars as Raoul Wallenberg and Alice Krige as Baroness Lisl Kemeny. The upcoming new movie Werner Pochath plays is Auntie Lee's Meat Pies which will be released on Oct 21, 1992.

Werner Pochath was born Werner Pochlatko on September 29, 1939 in Vienna, Austria. A champion skating figure in his youth, Pochath studied acting at the prestigious Max Reinhardt Seminar in his native Vienna. Werner made his stage debut in a 1959 theatrical production of "Die Courage." Pochath moved to Rome, Italy in 1968 to initiate a career in films and subsequently went on to act in a bunch of movies in the horror, action, Western, and exploitation genres in which the uniquely intense blue-eyed and light-haired thespian was often cast as a ruthless psychopathic villain. Moreover, Werner not only also worked as a casting director, but also appeared in a handful of TV shows and continued to act on stage. Pochath was the long-term partner of noted ballet dancer, director, and choreographer

  • Birthday

    Sep 29, 1939
  • Place of Birth

    Vienna, Austria

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