Fritz Georg Hans Ružička
|Death:||Died in Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Place of Burial:||Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Occupation:||Comedian, actor, producer|
|Managed by:||Rina Talmore|
About Fritz Georg Hans Ružička
Fritz earned his living as journalist in Vienna and studied at the Max Reinhardt Seminar (1928-1930). Even before the war he participated in a couple of Austrian and German films.
Escaped to Norway (Oslo) and was deported to a concentration camp.
See:Jewish deportees from Norway during World War II
"Fritz Georg Ruzicka did not return to Norway but settled in Denmark to a successful career as an entertainer." (known as FRITZ RUZICKA).
His first wife was Doris Mariane Fuering. They divorced in 1951, and on May 22 of the same year he married cabaret singer Kate Rosen with whom he opened (1954) Cabaret "Mon Coeur" - a great success for many years.
"Zwei blaue Vergissmeinnicht" aka "Carnation Frank" ( Germany 1963) - Role: Theophil.
"Jeg - en kvinde" aka "I, a Woman" (1965) -drama - as producer.
"Pigen og greven" (1966) - as coordinator.
"Elsk... din næste!" (Comedy 1967) - as publicist.
"Nana" - aka "Pleasure Girl" (Role: Bond) - 1970.
"Gas" - Documentary about Gaolin's tour for their latest album "Gas 5" (Role: Gasolin's Manager) - 1975.
"Lørdagshjørnet" (1976–1985) - TV series.
Fritz Georg Hans Ružička's Timeline
April 27, 1908
May 21, 1980