|Capital:||€ 1 million|
|Country of origin:||Germany|
|Source of wealth:||comedian|
Dieter Nuhr is a German comedian and moderator and lives with his wife and daughter in Ratingen. Nuhr has been playing tennis in the TC Bovert in the Lower Rhine League since 2014. He is known for his appearances in the field of cabaret and has been committed to the SOS Children’s Villages since 2006, for which he is also an ambassador.
Dieter Nuhr was born on October 29, 1960 in Wesel, where he also spent the first four years of his life before the family moved to the Rhenish metropolis of Düsseldorf. There Nuhr completed his Abitur at the Leibniz-Gymnasium before studying fine arts and history as a teacher in 1981 at the University of Essen. There he passed his first state examination in 1988. Nuhr had his first points of contact with work on stage while still at school in a theater company. During a project by the theater group at the Schauspielhaus Düsseldorf, he was already drafting the first lecture texts. Together with his partner Frank Küster, Dieter Nuhr founded the cabaret duo “VEV-K.Barett” in 1986. With their joint program “Did you remember your cabinet number?” they gave their first appearances on various cabaret in 1987. The new program entitled “Pralle Pracht” was created two years later before the project name changed slightly in 1990. The two appeared under the name VEV cabaret at the beginning of the 90s with their program “Schrille Stille”. There followed a last program with the title “Zipfeltreffen” before Dieter Nuhr focused on his solo career in 1994.
With his program “Nuhr am Nörgeln”, published in 1998, the cabaret artist received media attention throughout Germany and various awards followed for his live performances. Due to many appearances on television such as in programs such as “Scheibenwischer”, “Hüsch” and Co. ”,“ Die Harald Schmidt Show ”,“ Quatsch Comedy Club ”,“ Genial beseben ”,“ Schillerstraße ”or“ 7 Tage, 7 Heads, ”Nuhr became available to a wider audience. Because of this fact, a total of approximately 500,000 people attended his “Ich bins Nuhr” program. In 2004 he presented a humorous review of the year on Sat.1 and has been on ZDF in a similar format since 2006. In 2008 Dieter Nuhr moderated the German Comedy Prize for the first time and was active again on ZDF in the four-part comedy series “Nuhr so” a year later. In 2010, Nuhr produced a two-part special for the RTL broadcaster for the 2010 World Cup in which he commented and portrayed the topic of sport in an ironic way. In 2011 Dieter took over the moderation of the ARD program “Satiregipfel” which was previously moderated by Mathias Richling. From October 2014, the format was renamed “nuhr im Erste”. In 2013 Dieter Nuhr hosted the German comedy award on RTL for the sixth time. In November 2018, the broadcaster ARD broadcasted the 45-minute special entitled “Nuhr Justice” as part of its theme week “Justice”, in which the cabaret artist dealt with justice and equal opportunities in nature, society, politics and sport.
As a respected cabaret artist and comedian, Dieter Nuhr can look back on a remarkable career that has been recognized with a variety of awards. In 1998 he received the German cabaret award for his solo program “Nuhr weiter so”. In 2014 he was even awarded the Jacob Grimm Prize for his work as a cabaret artist and in 2011 received a platinum record for his program “Ich bins Nuhr”.
“Because my daughter goes to the Friday demos, I will no longer be heating in the children’s room. If our children think we could drive this world with a little bit of sun and wind, then we parents should put a hamster wheel with a dynamo in their children’s room. Then they can charge their cell phones. ”
“Socialism is closely related to Buddhism, but both teachings mean for individuals that it is no longer worth moving in this life.”
After a judge’s judgment, Dieter Nuhr may be dubbed “hate preacher” due to his content, which is sometimes strongly critical of Islam. The starting point was the dispute with the Muslim Erhat Toka, who reported Nuhr in 2014 for hate speech and abuse and described him as a “hate preacher”. Nuhr also took legal action against this designation, but failed. Due to this fact, it can now be called so without any consequences.