Facts about Werner Klemperer

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Werner Klemperer was a famous Actor from Germany, who lived between March 22, 1920 and December 6, 2000. He became 80 years old.

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He is born under the zodiac aries, who is known for Active, Demanding, Determined, Effective, Ambitious. Our collection contains 6 quotes who is written / told by Werner.

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Famous quotes by Werner Klemperer (6)


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"But when they offered this little situation for me to do this voice in this special segment, I found it so incredibly humorous that I said yes, and I enjoyed it. It was fun"
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"I'm very surprised at that, yes, because there were many chances for it to be in Germany once the syndication market started and it continually just did not happen"
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"I think that's so strange, because they do know that we're all actors and we perform things that have not necessarily anything to do with us personally"
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"When you mean a show like this, you have to say to me a show exactly like this, the way it was done"
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"The fact that I have such a problem that people... that that has to, you know, be on people's mind, what my personal background is. To me, to be very frank with you, is a totally irrelevant thing"
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"You know, I find it so difficult being a... as a matter of fact, little do people know that most of the leading members of the cast have a background that they would never expect them to have, and play the show they did"


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