Arno Dübel once became known on German TV with cheeky sayings, now Germany’s best-known unemployed wants to get off to a great start again. Dübel wants to be an actor. But the senior has one condition.
The long-term unemployed Arno Dübel wants to look for a new job. His big goal: acting. This is reported by the “Bild” newspaper, citing his manager Marcus Wenzel.
Dübel became known to German TV audiences through his pithy sayings like “Who works is stupid” on afternoon talk shows like “Arabella” in the early 2000s. According to “Bild”, the 66-year-old now lives on 18 square meters in a retirement home in Hamburg-Rahlstedt.
According to the report, manager Wenzel already has contracts with TV production companies that are ready to be signed. Accordingly, Dübel is to appear as an actor in the second season of the comedy series “Die Discounter” on Amazon Prime.
But one condition seems to have dowels. Manager Wenzel on Facebook: “He specifically stated in the live streams that he would like to have his own apartment again.” So from the unemployed pensioner to the TV star? Actually, Dübel has been doing this for 20 years.
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