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Klaus Kinski

Klaus KinskiAKA Nikolaus Günther Nakszynski

Born: 18-Oct-1926
Birthplace: Danzig
Died: 23-Nov-1991
Location of death: Lagunitas, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered at sea)

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: Germany
Executive summary: Nosferatu the Vampyre

Military service: German Army (WWII, POW)

Wife: Gislint Kühlbeck
Daughter: Pola Kinski (b. 23-Mar-1952 in Berlin)
Wife: Ruth Brigitte Toecki (m. 1960, div. 1968, one daughter)
Daughter: Nastassja Kinski (b. 24-Jan-1959 in Berlin, with Toecki)
Wife: Geneviève Minhoi (m. 1971, div. 1981, one son)
Son: Nikolai Kinski (b. 30-Jul-1976 in Paris)
Wife: Deborah Caprioglio (m. 1987, separated 1989)

    Taken Prisoner of War
    Suicide Attempt three morphine tablets (1955)
    Suicide Attempt ten sleeping pills (1955)
    Risk Factors: Schizophrenia

    Kinski Paganini (1989)

    Kinski Paganini (1989)
    Vampire in Venice (1-Sep-1988)
    Cobra Verde (3-Dec-1987)
    Timestalkers (10-Mar-1987) · Dr. Cole
    Crawlspace (21-May-1986) · Karl Gunther
    Star Knight (20-Dec-1985)
    Commando Leopard (24-Oct-1985)
    Creature (8-May-1985)
    The Little Drummer Girl (19-Oct-1984)
    Code Name: Wild Geese (5-Oct-1984)
    Android (25-Mar-1983) · Dr. Daniel
    The Soldier (7-Jul-1982)
    Burden of Dreams (30-May-1982)
    Fitzcarraldo (4-Mar-1982)
    Love & Money (12-Feb-1982)
    Venom (19-Jan-1982)
    Buddy Buddy (11-Dec-1981)
    Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht (17-Jan-1979)
    Woyzeck (1979)
    Mort d'un pourri (7-Dec-1977)
    The French Woman (11-May-1977)
    Operation Thunderbolt (1977)
    Jack the Ripper (23-Sep-1976)
    A Genius, Two Partners and a Dupe (16-Dec-1975)
    Lifespan (5-Sep-1975)
    That Most Important Thing: Love (12-Feb-1975)
    Aguirre: The Wrath of God (29-Dec-1972)
    Web of the Spider (26-Aug-1971)
    Asylum Erotica (2-Aug-1971)
    Coffin Full of Dollars (1-Apr-1971) · Hagen
    Ballad of Django (1971)
    Count Dracula (3-Apr-1970)
    Venus in Furs (19-Aug-1969) · Ahmed Kortobawi
    Marquis de Sade: Justine (3-Apr-1969)
    They Were Called Graveyard (1969)
    The Great Silence (19-Nov-1968)
    Sartana (14-Aug-1968)
    The Ruthless Four (1968)
    Grand Slam (28-Sep-1967)
    Five Golden Dragons (4-Aug-1967)
    The Million Eyes of Sumuru (17-May-1967)
    Creature with the Blue Hand (28-Apr-1967) · Dave and Richard Emerson
    A Bullet for the General (7-Dec-1966)
    Circus of Fear (29-Apr-1966)
    Bang, Bang, You're Dead! (Apr-1966)
    Doctor Zhivago (22-Dec-1965) · Kostoyed
    For a Few Dollars More (18-Dec-1965) · The Hunchback
    The Dirty Game (23-Jun-1965)
    The Pleasure Girls (1965)
    Traitor's Gate (18-Dec-1964)
    Winnetou 2: Last of the Renegades (17-Sep-1964)
    The Counterfeit Traitor (17-Apr-1962)
    The Dead Eyes of London (28-Mar-1961)
    A Time to Love and a Time to Die (9-Jul-1958)

Author of books:
Kinski Uncut (1996, memoir)

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