1893 - 1957
The actor Hans Behal first appeared at the theater from 1920, among others at different stages in Vienna like the Akademie-Theater and at the Neue Wiener Volksbühne.
If followed engagements at the Theater in der Josefstadt and at the Neues Theater in Frankfurt before he went to Berlin in 1929.
There he also realised some plays as a director from 1932.
In Berlin he also joined the filmbusiness and he impersonated roles in movies like "Männer ohne Beruf" (29), "Schatten der Unterwelt" (31), "Nie wieder Liebe!" (31), Fritz Lang's masterpiece "M - Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder" (31), "Unheimliche Geschichten" (32), "Ganovenehre" (33) and "Ich will Dich Liebe lehren Musiker" (33).
As a Jew he was no longer able to work in Germany. He went back to Austria where he led the cabaret "Der Regenbogen". Before Germany took over the power in Austria he emigrated with his family to Palestine. He founded the Kleinkunstbühne "Arche Noah" in Tel Aviv in 1936.