Klaus Kinski was a German actor, who appeared in more than 130 films in his career. He played his first on-stage role in prison where he was held captive by the British during ‘World War II.’ After returning to Germany, Klaus joined ‘Schlosspark-Theater’ as an actor but was soon fired due to his unpredictable behavior. His first film role came in the German drama ‘Morituri’ in 1948. Some of his popular feature films were ‘Decision Before Dawn’ (1952), ‘Children, Mother, and the General’ (1955), ‘Winter in the Woods’ (1956), ‘The Avenger’ (1960), and ‘The Devil's Daffodil’ (1961). He has also been a part of documentaries, such as ‘Burden of Dreams’ (1982), ‘My Best Fiend’ (1999), and ‘Jesus Christus Erlöser (2008). Klaus was a complicated person. He suffered with mental trouble most of his life, which was clearly evident in his behavior.