Horst Werner Buchholz (4 December 1933 – 3 March 2003) was a German actor, best known in English-speaking countries for his roles in The Magnificent Seven, in which he played Chico, Fanny, and the Billy Wilder comedy One, Two, Three.Worldwide, from 1951 to 2002, he appeared in more than sixty feature films.And they may describe themselves as "slippery" as well.Horst Werner Buchholz, actor: born Berlin 4 December 1933; married 1958 Myriam Bru (one son, one daughter); died Berlin 3 March 2003The German actor Horst Buchholz is best known for his part as one of the seven cowboys in the Hollywood western classic The Magnificent Seven (1960), but this was just one of around 50 films he appeared in between 19.All ends well when Buchholz sees the error of his ways.The part gave him a chance to show off his ability to handle comedy.
He played the leading role opposite Karin Baal in Die Halbstarken (Wolfpack, 1956), a drama dealing with rebellious youth, which led to his being dubbed Germany's James Dean, and the film was certainly influenced by Rebel without a Cause. In 1959, he was cast as a doomed Polish seaman, who had committed a crime of passion, in the British film Tiger Bay.
Buchholz's father mentioned that his son was seeing the 23-year old centerfold on WZLX in Boston.
“It doesn’t surprise me any,” said Clay’s dad Skip.
“Last year up in Boston he was dating a Victoria’s Secret model, so he’s moving up the ladder." "I mean, he’s got pretty good taste,” continued the elder Buchholz.
Ellyson also mentioned it on the Howard Stern radio show early this week.