Wilhelm Wieben

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Wilhelm Wieben
Born (1935-06-02) 2 June 1935 (age 83)
Hennstedt, Dithmarschen, Germany
Occupation Television journalist, actor, author

Wilhelm Wieben (born 2 June 1935) is a German journalist, actor and author.

Wieben was born in Hennstedt, Dithmarschen. After school he studied theater at Max-Reinhardt-Schule für Schauspiel in Berlin. Later he worked as a journalist for Radio Bremen. From 1972 to 1998 Wieben was a news presenter on the TV channel ARD in Tagesschau. Wieben has authored books in Low German, a regional language in Northern Germany. He also appeared in Falco's song Jeanny: The part of the Newsflash in the track is spoken by Wieben.

Inge Meysel outed Wieben in a 1995 interview in the magazine Stern.[1] Before publication, Stern asked for Wieben's permission to publish the interview, which he granted.[2]

Works by author, in German

  • Wenn't Abend ward. Heide : Boyens, 1999
  • Melodie der Meere. Hamburg : Kabel, 1997
  • Mien plattdüütsch Wiehnachtsbook. Heide in Holstein : Boyens, 1993
  • Mien plattdüütsch Leesbook. Heide in Holstein : Boyens, 1986


  1. ^ n-tv article about Wilhelm Wieben: Kein Schnee von gestern - Wilhelm Wieben wird 70
  2. ^ "Wieben feiert mit Berghoff seinen 80. Geburtstag". Hamburger Abendblatt. 2 June 2015. Retrieved 1 March 2018.

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