Eberhard Kirchberg

Eberhard Kirchberg

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Biography

Eberhard Kirchberg, born in Leipzig, attended vocal training at Leipzig"s Thomanerchor and subsequently studied acting, also in Leipzig. Since that time, he has worked as an actor at several theatres. During his acting career, Kirchberg worked with directors such as Gerhard Meyer and Wolfgang Heinz. Since 1989, he appeared regularly at theater89, at Kleist Theater Frankfurt/Oder, and at Volkstheater Rostock.

In 1976, Kirchberg made his movie debut in the World War II drama "Mama, ich lebe" ("Mama, I"m Alive"), directed by Konrad Wolf. Although Kirchberg brought his extraordinary presence to the screen, he – until today – mainly focused on his work at the theatre and only sporadically appeared in film or TV productions. After playing minor roles in successful films such as "Good Bye Lenin!", Kirchberg finally returned to the big screen in a leading role in 2008. In the melancholic relationship story "AlleAlle", directed by Pepe Planitzer, Kirchberg played a mentally handicapped nursing home resident.

Filmography

2010/2011 Eine Minute Dunkel
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2010/2011 Etwas Besseres als den Tod
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2010/2011 Komm' mir nicht nach
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2009 Geliebte
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2008/2009 Endspiel
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2005-2007 AlleAlle
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2001-2003 Good Bye, Lenin!
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2000 Die Polizistin
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1990/1991 Tanz auf der Kippe
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1985/1986 Hilde, das Dienstmädchen
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1983 Mein Vater ist ein Dieb
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1982/1983 Der Mann und sein Name
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1982/1983 Der Aufenthalt
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1977/1978 Ich zwing dich zu leben
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1976/1977 Mama, ich lebe
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