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Eén boer en heel veel rovers : een roversverhaal

Walter Kreye (author), Jean-Pierre Corderoc'h (illustrator)

Eén boer en heel veel rovers : een roversverhaal

Target audience:
6-8 years and up
Subject
Rovers
Title
Eén boer en heel veel rovers : een roversverhaal / bedacht en verteld door Kreye, Walter ; met tek. van Corderoc'h, Jean-Pierre
Author
Walter Kreye
Illustrator
Jean-Pierre Corderoc'h
Language
Dutch
Original language
German
Original title
Ein Bauer und viele Rauber
Publisher
Place of publishing unknown: De Vier Windstreken, 1996
60 p. : ill.
ISBN
90-5579-145-8

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 15 times in Flemish libraries

About Walter Kreye

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Walter Kreye (born 18 July 1942 in Oldenburg) is a German actor.

Biography

Kreye is the son of radio editor and writer Walter A. Kreye. He graduated from Bochum Drama School and then had theater engagements at the Hamburg Schauspielhaus, the Thalia Theater, and the Stuttgart State Theater.

From 1980, he appeared in the television series Ein Fall für zwei, Praxis Bülowbogen, Der Fahnder, and Tatort. In 1990, he won the silver Grimme-Preis for his performance in Reporter. In 2007, he succeeded Rolf Schimpf in the crime series The Old Fox as chief inspector Rolf Herzog. In 2017, Kreye appeared in the Netflix series Dark as Tronte Nielsen.

Kreye is married to actress Sabine Wegner and has two daughters and a son from his first marriage. In 2011, he was diagnosed with colon cancer, which caused him to stop performing until after his recovery.

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