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Up 52 this week. Christoph Waltz is an Austrian-German actor. King Schultz in Django Unchained Born: October 4in Vienna, Austria. Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos. What's Streaming Now on Netflix? Share this page:. Favorite Actors and Actresses.
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Won 2 Oscars. Known For.He would later collaborate with Tarantino once again inwhere he played bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz in Django Unchained. He also provided the voice of Mandrake in Epic Waltz's father died when he was seven years old,  and his mother later married composer and conductor Alexander Steinbrecher.
Waltz had a passion for opera very early, having seen his first opera Turandot with Birgit Nilsson in the title role at around the age of ten.
Later on, Waltz would visit the opera twice a week. He studied script interpretation under Adler, and credits his analytical approach to her teaching. On his return to Europe, Waltz found work as a stage actor, making his debut at the Schauspielhaus in Zurich.
Inhe made his directorial debut, with the German television production Wenn man sich traut. The show is a story of intrigue and misdeeds set in the offices of the European Union in Brussels. Clever, courteous, multilingual — but also self-serving, cunning, implacable and murderous — the character of Landa was such that Tarantino feared he "might have written a part that was un-playable". It's true that if I couldn't have found someone as good as Christoph I might not have made Inglourious Basterds ".
He played German bounty hunter Dr. Init was announced that Waltz would direct and star in the film Georgetown formerly titled The Worst Marriage in Georgetownwhich is based on the true crime story of the murder of Viola Drath.
InWaltz appeared in the films Tulip Fever and Downsizing. InWaltz appeared in the action fantasy Alita: Battle Angel. He directed a production of the opera Falstaffagain at the Vlaamse Operain Antwerp in lateand in Ghent in early Waltz has three children with his former wife, Jackie, a psychotherapist originally from New York.
They divide their time between Berlin and Los Angeles. Waltz's native language is Germanand he also speaks both English and French fluently. Waltz was born in Vienna to a German father who applied for him to become a citizen of Germany after his birth.
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He is thought of as the "grandfather of gymnastics" — the "father" being Friedrich Ludwig Jahn. GutsMuths introduced systematic physical exercise into the school curriculum, and he developed the basic principles of artistic gymnastics. He was born in Quedlinburg. He attended the University of Halle from towhere he studied pedagogy.
Sometime after while a private tutor in Schnepfenthal where he remained his entire life he was appointed as a teacher, and it was there he taught gymnastics supervised by Salzmann. His literary output on both moral and physical education continued upwards of twenty-five years after the production of his seminal work Gymnastik. GutsMuths used the exercises known to his students in composing those within the work, his students were taken from European countries, and his work relied on a foundation of thought originating in the European tradition.
Ultimately Gutsmuths' work was most influential in the formalizing of a novel way of understanding physical exercise. He describes twenty-nine different exercises in his manual. GutsMuths designed the core of the curriculum as the Greek pentathlon and new exercises he himself had invented.
His work also included climbingdancingjumpingmilitary exercises, runningswimmingthrowingand walking. Gutsmuths described gymnastics as culture for the bodywhich is integral to an holistic education with the aim of building a foundation of strength of character and achieving self-control. The first principle of an education in gymnastics for him was that it might: .
An edition was published in London inprinted by J. A second edition of Gyymnastic for the Youth was published in Clias, a Captain in the English army and Superintendent of gymnastics in the Royal Military College afterwas a follower of the teachings of GutsMuths. He subsequently wrote his own work on gymnastics, which was in its fourth edition in GutsMuths died on 21 May in Waltershausen.
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The Illustrated History of Gymnastics. Lexington Books.Friedrich Ludwig Jahn 11 August — 15 October was a German gymnastics educator and nationalist whose writing is credited with the founding of the German gymnastics Turner movement as well as influencing the German Campaign ofduring which a coalition of German states effectively ended the occupation of Napoleon 's First French Empire.
His admirers know him as Turnvater Jahnroughly meaning "father of gymnastics" Jahn. He was born in Lanz in BrandenburgPrussia. Brooding upon what he saw as the humiliation of his native land by NapoleonJahn conceived the idea of restoring the spirits of his countrymen by the development of their physical and moral powers through the practice of gymnastics.
The nationalistic spirit was nourished in a significant degree by the writings of Jahn. He commanded a battalion of the corps, but he was often employed in the secret service during the same period. After the war, he returned to Berlin, where he was appointed state teacher of gymnastics, and he took on a role in the formation of the student patriotic fraternities, or Burschenschaftenin Jena.
A man of populistic nature, rugged, eccentric and outspoken, Jahn often came into conflict with the authorities. The authorities finally realized he aimed at establishing a united Germany and that his Turner schools were political and liberal clubs. The sentence was reversed inbut he was forbidden to live within ten miles of Berlin.
InJahn was decorated by the Prussian government with the Iron Cross for bravery in the wars against Napoleon. In the spring ofhe was elected by the district of Naumburg to the German National Parliament.
Friedrich Ludwig Jahn
Jahn died in Freyburgwhere a monument was erected in his honor in A complete edition of his works appeared at Hof in Jahn promoted the use of parallel barsrings and the high bar in international competition. A memorial to Jahn exists in St.
Louis, Missouri, within Forest Park. It features a large bust of Jahn in the center of an arc of stone, with statues of a male and female gymnast, one on each end of the arc. The monument is on the edge of Art Hill next to the path running north and south along the western edge of Post-Dispatch lake. It is directly north of the St. Louis Zoo. Auburn neighborhood of Cincinnati. An elementary school in Chicago is named after Jahn. In his own time Friedrich Jahn was seen by both supporters and opponents as a liberal figure.
He advocated that the German states should unite after the withdrawal of Napoleon's occupying armies, and establish a democratic constitution under the Hohenzollern monarchywhich would include the right to free speech. As a German nationalist, Jahn advocated maintaining German language and culture against foreign influence. In he wrote, "Poles, French, priests, aristocrats and Jews are Germany's misfortune. Also, Jahn was "the guiding spirit" of the fanatic book burning episode carried out by revolutionary students at the Wartburg festival in However, Jacques Barzun observed that Viereck's portrait of cultural trends supposedly leading to Nazism was "a caricature without resemblance" relying on "misleading shortcuts".
Neuendorff explicitly linked Jahn with National Socialism. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the physician, see Friedrich Jahn physician.