Facts of Werner Herzog Stipetić
|Full Name:||Werner Herzog Stipetić|
|Age:||77 years 2 months|
|Birth Date:||September 05, 1942|
|Birth Place:||Munich, Germany|
|Net Worth:||$ 10 million|
|Height / How tall :||6 feet 0 inches (1.83m)|
|Father's Name:||Dietrich Herzog|
|Mother's Name:||Elizabeth Stipetic|
|Education:||Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Taurus, Capricorn|
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Perhaps I seek certain utopian things, space for human honour and respect, landscapes not yet offended, planets that do not exist yet, dreamed landscapes. Very few people seek these images today.
So, you have to be daring to do things like this, because the world is not easily accepting of filmmaking. There will always be some sort of an obstacle, and the worst of all obstacles is the spirit of bureaucracy. You have to find your way to battle bureaucracy. You have to outsmart it, to outgut it, to outnumber it, to outfilm them - that's what you have to do.
At my utopian film academy I would have students do athletic things with real physical contact, like boxing, something that would teach them to be unafraid. I would have a loft with a lot of space where in one corner there would be a boxing ring. Students would train every evening from eight to ten with a boxing instructor: sparring, somersaulting (backwards and forwards), juggling, magic card tricks. Whether or not you would be filmmaker by the end I do not know, but at least you would come out as an athlete.
Everyone who makes films has to be an athlete to a certain degree because cinema does not come from abstract academic thinking
it comes from your knees and thighs.
Relationship Statistics of Werner Herzog Stipetić
|What is Werner Herzog Stipetić marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Married|
|How many children does Werner Herzog Stipetić have ? (name):||Three ( Hanna Mattes, Rudolph Herzog, Simon Herzog)|
|Is Werner Herzog Stipetić having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Werner Herzog Stipetić gay ?:||No|
|Who is Werner Herzog Stipetić wife ? (name):||Lena Pisetski|
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Werner Herzog’s current relationship status is totally and happily married to Lena Herzog. They are married since 1999 and have three children, Rudolph Herzog, Hanna Mattes, Simon Herzog.
All their children are in the movies. Currently, he and Lena live in Munich, Germany or Los Angeles, California, the United States.
He has dated Christine Ebenberger, Martje Grohman, Eva Mattes.
Who is Werner Herzog?
Werner Herzog is a famous German film director, screenwriter, author, actor, and opera director. Werner received international recognition and success with films such as ‘Aguirre: The Wrath of God’, ‘Fitzcarraldo and ‘Rescue Dawn’.
He was awarded the Bavarian Film Award for ‘Best Producing’ along with his half-brother, Lucki Stipetić for the film, ‘Cobra Verde’.
Werner Herzog: Birth Age, Family, Education
Werner Herzog was born Werner Herzog Stipetić in Munich, Germany on September 5, 1942, and he is a Virgo. His father is Dietrich Herzog and mother Elizabeth Stipetic, they are of German-Croatian ancestry.
He has three siblings, Lucki Stipetić, Sigrid Stipetić, and Gilbert Stipetić, and they were raised in Sachrang, Aschau Im Chiemgau, Rosenheim, Bavaria, Germany.
One day when he was in his one-room school in Sachrang, Herzog was asked to sing in front of his class at school. When he adamantly refused, he was almost expelled.
In this way, until he was eighteen years of age, Herzog listened to no music, sang no songs, and studied no instruments.
He didn’t know of the existence of cinema until a traveling projectionist came by Herzog’s school. This was during the Second World War.
He attended the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.
Werner Herzog: Professional Life and Career
After some years of wandering, he realized he wanted to become a filmmaker. He found a few pages in the encyclopedia and learned everything he needed to get started, and along with the 35 mm camera he stole from the Munich Film School at Munich, he was on his long journey to recognition and respect.
Werner shot his first film based on World War II titled, ‘Signs of Life’, which became a critical and commercial success. He made a documentary innovation film, titled, ‘The Flying Doctors of East Africa’.
Werner directed, ‘Even Dwarfs Started Small’, which is a horror-comedy-drama film. His acting debut with the film ‘Geschichten vom Kübelkind’. He filmed ‘Fata Morgana’, as well as the acclaimed, ‘Aguirre, The Wrath of God’.
He wrote and directed the drama film, ‘Invincible’ starring Tim Roth, Anna Gourari and Max Raabe. He was the chief guest of the 15th International Film Festival in Kerala, India.
It was declared that Werner would be directing a film on the life of the explorer, ‘Gertrude Bell’ with the co-star, Naomi Watts, Robert Pattinson, and Jude Law. He replaced Watts with Nicole Kidman for the role of Gertrude Bell in his movie ‘Queen of the Desert’ in 2013.
Werner Herzog: Awards
Herzog won Little Dieter Needs to Fly at Special Jury Award, Best Production for Cobra Verde (1987) at Bavarian Film Award. He received Special Prize for Lebenszeichen, Competition for Jeder für sich und Gott gegen alle, The Influentials Grizzly Man, The White Diamond.
Werner Herzog: Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of around $10 million and his earning sources are directing, acting, authoring and earns $39,689 US and above.
Herzog has auburn hair and blue-grey eyes and is 6 feet tall.
He has 145K followers on Facebook, about 73K on Twitter, 27.2K posts on Instagram. However, he does not have an official Instagram account.