Harald Mueller

Harald Mueller (born in 1934 in Memel) grew up after the war in Lütjenburg, Holstein. He worked as a miner, hotel boy, receptionist and interpreter before he began his training to be an actor and studied Literary and Theatre Studies in Munich in 1955. In 1968, he made his debut as a dramatist with Großer Wolf and in 1985/86, his play Totenfloß received international acclaim. Harald Mueller, who lives in Berlin and Klappholttal, Sylt has been awarded many prizes including the Gerhart Hauptmann Award.

Portrait von Harald Mueller

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