“A pioneer on stage and in the media”: Munich mourns the loss of a popular actor who has always defied his serious illness.
- Peter Radtke was a co-founder of the Munich “Crüpel Cabaret”. He has now died at the age of 77.
- Radtke was born in 1943 with “glass bone disease”; This fact could not prevent a busy acting career.
- There are numerous expressions of condolences online.
Munich – The actor and writer Peter Radtke is dead. He died on the last weekend in November at the age of 77, like the one he founded Disability and Media Working Group (abm) announced.
Munich: Peter Radtke died – mourning popular actor
Radtke came in in 1943 Freiburg with the hereditary disease “Osteogenesis imperfecta” (Vitreous bone disease) to the world. He had been on a for several years Ventilator reliant.
After his Education in Regensburg and Geneva Radtke worked between 1977 and 1984 as head of department for the Munich-based “handicapped program” Adult Education Center (VHS). Until 2008 he was managing director and editor-in-chief of Disability and Media Working Group (abm).
“Crüppel-Cabaret” Munich: Peter Radtke was a co-founder
As an actor, Radtke appeared on the Vienna Burgtheater and in the Chamber play on. In Munich* he made a name for himself as a co-founder of the satirical “Crüppel Cabaret”. “What a loss for Munich, for inclusion and people with disabilities”, is one of many Condolences on Twitter to read. Another user described Radtke as a “pioneer for inclusion on stage and in the media”.
“I am not fighting for the cause of the disabled, but for a hopefully better society, and then hopefully people with a disability will also benefit from it,” said Peter Radtke. The actor died on Saturday at the age of 77.https: //t.co/Y2zFZrlVlX
– BR – Culture (@BR_Kultur) November 30, 2020
In one Interview with the Bavarian Broadcasting (BR) the deceased explained the pragmatic handling of his disability: “I don’t need to explain that I need help. We often experience that people who have a slight disability often find it more difficult in everyday life because they want to pretend that they can still do everything themselves, but in fact they cannot “. (lks)
In November 2020, the Munich cultural scene was surprised by another sad news: DJ and radio presenter Karsten Kiessling succumbed to a serious illness at the age of only 49.