Synonyms for heesters or Related words with heesters

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Examples of "heesters"
Heesters funded the German war machine by donating money to the weapons industry. This helped to make Heesters a very controversial figure in the late 1970s. Heesters always denied these accusations despite reliable evidence.
various Dutch entertainers, such as Johannes Heesters.
Ich werde 100 Jahre alt is a studio album by the Dutch singer and actor Johannes Heesters with only one single. It is the best selling album from Heesters.
Heesters was born in Amersfoort, Netherlands, the youngest of four sons. His father Jacobus Heesters (1865–1946) was a salesman and his mother Geertruida Jacoba van den Heuvel (1866–1951), a homemaker.
She is the daughter of Nicole Heesters and the granddaughter of famous actors Johannes Heesters and Louisa Ghijs. Fischer has lived since 2002 with actor Mario Ramos in Hamburg with whom she has a son.
Heesters met Hitler several times. especially in the role of Count Danilo. Throughout the war Heesters continued to perform for German soldiers in camps and barracks. According to German author Volker Kühn, Heesters did perform for the SS at the Dachau concentration camp. Kühn cites as evidence the testimony of a Dachau inmate, Viktor Matejka, who worked for the SS and told Kühn he pulled the curtain when Heesters performed in 1941. According to German writer however, the interview with Matejka may not be reliable as it occurred some fifty years after the performance was said to have taken place.
Heesters was fluent in German from a very early age having lived for several years in the household of a German great uncle from Bavaria. Heesters decided to become an actor and a singer at the age of sixteen and began vocal training. Heesters specialized in Viennese operetta very early in his career, and made his Viennese stage debut in 1934 in Carl Millöcker's "Der Bettelstudent" ("The Beggar Student").
Nicole Heesters (born 14 February 1937) is a German actress. Nicole comes from a family of actors; her parents are Johannes Heesters, a Dutch actor, and Louise Ghijs, a Belgian stage actress. Her husband was movie director Pit Fischer and one of her children, daughter Saskia Fischer, is also an actress. Nicole's older sister Wiesje (1931) is a pianist in Vienna, Austria.
Ludovica "Louisa" Ghijs (March 19, 1902 – July 18, 1985) was a Belgian stage actress. She was married to Dutch actor and centenarian Johannes Heesters. Louisa Ghijs met Heesters in 1928, they married in 1930 and had two daughters Wiesje (1931), nowadays a pianist in Vienna, and Nicole (1937) who became an actress.
Heesters had two daughters by his first wife Louisa Ghijs, whom he married in 1930. After her death in 1985, he remarried in 1992; his second wife, (born 1949), is a German actress, painter, and photographer. His younger daughter Nicole Heesters is a well-known actress in the German-speaking world, as is his granddaughter Saskia Fischer.
In 1944 Joseph Goebbels issued a now infamous list with "irreplaceable artists" called the Gottbegnadeten list, which included people such as Arno Breker, Richard Strauss and Johannes Heesters.
Heesters befriended several high-ranking Nazi-officials and SS-officers. Hitler is known to have been an avid admirer of his acting skills.
High-profile German collaborators included Dutch actor Johannes Heesters or English-language radio-personality William Joyce (the most widely known Lord Haw-Haw).
Following in the footsteps of famous entertainers such as Johannes Heesters and Rudi Carell, Meis is one of the most successful Dutch personalities active in Germany.
Aged 31, Heesters permanently moved to Germany with his wife and daughters in 1935. His signature role was Count Danilo Danilovitch in Franz Lehár's ' ("The Merry Widow"). His version of Count Danilo's entrance song, "", was well known. During his time in Germany, he performed for Adolf Hitler and visited the Dachau concentration camp, which made him a controversial figure for many Dutch. Joseph Goebbels placed Heesters on the Gottbegnadeten list as an artist considered crucial to Nazi culture.
Gasparone is a 1937 German musical comedy film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Marika Rökk, Johannes Heesters and Heinz Schorlemmer. It is based on the operetta "Gasparone" by Carl Millöcker with a libretto by F Zell and Richard Genée.
In December 2010, the 107-year-old Heesters announced that he had quit smoking for his then 61-year-old wife: "She should have me as long as possible."
The White Horse Inn (German:Im weißen Rößl is a 1952 German musical film directed by Willi Forst and starring Johanna Matz, Johannes Heesters and Walter Müller. It is based on the operetta Im weißen Rößl".
During the war famous actor and singer Johannes Heesters made his career in Nazi Germany, befriending high-ranking Nazis such as Joseph Goebbels and living in houses stolen from wealthy Jews.
Nanon is a 1938 German historical film directed by Herbert Maisch and starring Erna Sack, Johannes Heesters and Dagny Servaes. It is based on the operetta "Nanon" by Richard Genée with a libretto by F Zell.