Paul Hartmann was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1915, he made his film debut in "Zofia - Kriegs-Irrfahrten eines Kindes." In 1959, he played a supporting role in "Roses for the Prosecutor." In 1969, he had his final screen role in the TV movie "Demetrius." Hartmann began his career with a role in "Anne Boleyn" (1920). Hartmann made film his next project, appearing in "Buddenbrooks" (1962) with Liselotte Pulver. Later in his career, Hartmann acted in the Eddie Albert historical film "The Longest Day" (1962). Hartmann passed away in June 1977 at the age of 88.