Sunday, October 22, 2017

Mike Krüger

Michael Friedrich Wilhelm "Mike" Krüger (1951) is a German comedian, actor, cabaret artist and singer.
Mike Krüger is a cult figure on German television. In the seventies, he wrote "Gottfried, Walther", life in the middle classes; in the eighties he invented Thomas Gottschalk, the German cinema comedy, and at the turn of the century he ran together with Rudi Carrell "7 Days, 7 Heads".
But his life before his exceptional career was by no means easy. Like his song, "My God, Walther," he knew struggling, the longing for acceptance, and felt free only when he realized that it could also be right "to be one of the greatest among the little ones". 

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