Josef Kohner Net Worth

Josef Kohner Net Worth is
$1.7 Million

Josef Kohner Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Josef Jarno was born on August 24, 1866 in Pest, Hungary as Josef Kohner. He was an actor and writer, known for Der fremde Gast (1914), Der lustige Witwer (1920) and Die Jüdin von Toledo (1919). He was married to Hansi Niese. He died on January 11, 1932 in Vienna, Austria.

Date Of BirthAugust 24, 1866
Place Of BirthPest, Hungary [now Budapest, Hungary]
ProfessionActor, Writer
Star SignVirgo
1When Jarno opened his term at the Theater in der Josefstadt on October 27,1899 with a play, called Ich bin so Frei, it was a symbolic way of announcing his deliberate and fearful way of leading the place. His focus was on Hungarian and French boulevard plays, vernacular and tragic plays, but also literary evenings.
2Jarno died in 1932 and is buried in the Zentralfriedhof in Vienna.
3In Vienna, Jarno could carry out his ideas about modern drama. He brought plays by Henrik Ibsen, August Strindberg, Arthur Schnitzler and George Bernard Shaw onto the stage.
4Jarno made his debut in the Lehártheater in Bad Ischl, Upper Austria. He visited the place every summer for the following 14 years.
5He was the older brother of opera composer Georg Jarno.
6He became one of the most important theater makers of Austria who also performed modern authors on the stage. As an avant-gardist he firmly promoted the literature of social critics like Shaw, Ibsen, Chechow and Hauptmann, as well as more unpopular playwrights from the naturalist, impressionist, and expressionist school, like Schnitzler, Bahr, Schoenherr, and the barley known Strindberg.
7The German-language premiere of Ferenc Molnár's suburban legend Liliom (1913) featured Jarno in the title role and made the play a worldwide success.
8In 1897 a summer theatre was initiated in Bad Aussee, with Jarno as its first director. Two years later he gave up the job and moved to Vienna to take over as the leader of the Theater in der Josefstadt.
9Being an actor and managing director at the same time, Jarno was a busy but successful man. He created a program alike a commercial institution with more than 450 plays during his term, for instance playing Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband one hundred times before 1907.
10In 1905, Jarno bought the Fürst-Theater and lead it in parallel with the Theater in der Josefstadt. In 1926 he assumed leadership of the Renaissance-Bühne theatre in Vienna.
11Director of the Wiener Jarno Bühnen. Married to the famous Austrian actress Hansi Niese.


Die Jüdin von Toledo1919
Der fremde Gast1914ShortReicher Gast


Der lustige Witwer1920play

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