Beppo Brem was a German comedian, stage and film actor. His father was a stone mason. Beppo Brem studied to become a cabinet maker and his first job to work for the Munich Kammerspiele as a stage carpenter. There he got a job on stage as an extra. After that he took acting lessons. From 1925 to 1927 he worked at the theatre in Bad Reichenhall, Bavaria, and went on to Ulm, Regensburg, Berlin and Munich. His first films were Die verkaufte Braut (1932) ("The Bartered Bride") (1932) and Muß man sich gleich scheiden lassen (1933). All together he appeared in over 200 films and did some guest appearances on TV, especially in the plays by Ludwig Thoma. Starting in 1964, he played in about 117 episodes of a crime series the title role of 'Inspector Wanninger'. Beppo Brem was married to Marga Wening from 1932 till he passed away.