(Media and Entertainment)
Oliver Pocher
(Movies & TV)
Herbert Feuerstein
(Movies & TV)
Das Erste
(Media and Entertainment)
Sky Deutschland
(Media and Entertainment)

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Harald Schmidt

Knowledge Identifier: +Harald_Schmidt


Harald Schmidt

German actor, writer, comedian and television entertainer best known as host of two popular German late-night shows add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1957.

Country: Germany (100%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Sat.1, Oliver Pocher, Herbert Feuerstein




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Harald Schmidt was born in 1957 add something


In 1984, Harald Schmidt became a text writer for the cabaret "Komödchen" in Düsseldorf and in 1986, was honoured as "Best Newcomer cabaret artist" and toured through Germany with his own show add something


Herbert Feuerstein - Since 1984, he has mainly been working in German TV, being partner to Harald Schmidt in comedy shows such as "Pssst


Before long, TV noticed the talented young comedian and in 1988 Schmidt began to host his first TV show, "MAZ ab" add something


From 30 June 2003 the show was broadcast five days a week, including Monday evening add something


On the 8th December 2003, Schmidt suddenly announced the end of the show, following a change of management of Sat.1 add something


The last show at the moment was aired on the 23rd December 2003 add something


In 2004 Schmidt began a second run with a new show named "Harald Schmidt" on publicly funded ARD, where he had begun his television career 16 years earlier add something


In 2004, Schmidt toured through Germany with a live comedy show, featuring his former late night show sidekick Manuel Andrack add something


After summer break in 2005 the "celebrity guest" segment was reintroduced add something


He engaged in long, seemingly boring conversations with his "supervising producer" Manuel Andrack , who sat at a desk next to Schmidt's until 2005, and, like Letterman, included his staff in the show, for instance, his cue card girl Suzana Novinscak and his band leader Helmut Zerlett add something


In October 2005, his daughter Amelie was born add something


Late in 2007, Manuel Andrack was replaced by Comedian Oliver Pocher, who had a more active part than his predecessor, and some other elements changed as well add something


Oliver Pocher - From October 2007 to April 2009, Pocher joined established late night host Harald Schmidt's show on the Das Erste television channel, with the show being called "Schmidt und Pocher"


The following suspension of the TV format last until 2011, when the show returned to Sat.1 add something


On September 15, 2011 Schmidt returned to his former network Sat.1 picking up is former show name of "Die Harald Schmidt Show" again add something


Starting September 4, 2012 new episodes are shown on Sky Hits HD and Sky Atlantic HD, two channels of the German Pay-TV network Sky Deutschland add something


Schmidt hosted his very last show on March 13, 2014 add something