About Vlado Müller
March 19, 1936 - June 20, 1996
|Place of Birth||:||Bratislava, Czechoslovakia [now Slovakia]|
|Also Known As||:||Vladimir Müller, Владо Мюллер|
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Vladislav Müller, known as Vlado Müller (* March 19, 1936, Bratislava - † June 20, 1996, ibid.) Was a Slovak actor. Father of singer Richard Müller. In 1954 he completed a professional theater course at the State Conservatory in Bratislava. In the years 1954 - 1956 and 1956 - 1966 he was a member of the Regional Theater in Nitra. He served as a military actor at the Army Theater in Martin (1956 - 1958). From 1966 to 1990 he was a member of the play New Stage in Bratislava. Entrepreneur, owner of a day bar and restaurant since 1990. In the theater, he created dozens of distinctive character characters of a serious and comedic nature. In addition to theatrical activities since the early 60s. 20th century. applied in a significant way in Czech and Slovak film, television, radio and dubbing. Television has provided him with significant acting opportunities in films (eg Bastion - 1969, American Tragedy - 1977, The Guy Nicknamed Brumteles - 1982) and in the series Lost and Found (1975), Louis Pasteur (1979), Friends of the Green Valley (1979). In 1979 he was awarded the title of Merited Artist.