Jo Hanns Rösler
Jo Hanns Rösler (1899-1966) was a German writer. He worked as an actor in Berlin, Vienna and Munich, and from the 1930s and onwards, he became a writer for different magazines, such as "Simplicissimus" and "Jugend". Because he wrote for Jewish papers, he was banned from writing during the beginning of the Second World War. The ban was later lifted. Jo Hanns Rösler was an accomplished and productive entertainment writer, who was very popular with his audience. He wrote funny anecdotes and stories for a long line of magazines and papers, as well as writing novels and film scripts.