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Mirko Nuncho: This is how fans and comrades grieved for the sectarian comedian

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‘It was just the funniest’: Fans and buddies inherit Mirko Nunchu

Comedian Mirko Nuncho has passed away at the age of 52

Comedian Mirko Nuncho has passed away at the age of 52

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His sense of humor was unique, and sometimes notorious among his peers: Mirco Nontschew shaped the German comedy scene. After his death, fans and comrades are trying to express their grief in words.

if Mirko Nunchu He came to the scene, and there was a big smile on his face: the cult comedian, who had unmatched mastery of spontaneous comedy, was able to put the most accurate punch lines in the simplest means. Now the famous comedian has passed away at the age of 52 (I mentioned the star).

“We confirm the death of our friend and a member of our family. The family asks for consideration at this difficult time,” the newspaper quoted. “picture” And “BZ” His manager and close friend Bertram Riddell. after would you like to Fans and companions try to express their sadness in words. reactions.

Mourning for Mirko Nuncho: ‘I am stunned’

Oh Mirko, stop! Please play me something again on the baguette flute. damn sh***. you and me when…

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Nontschew was one of the major stars of the first wave of German comedies in the 1990s. As a founding member of RTL Saturday Night, he and colleagues such as Wiegald Boning, Oliver Dietrich and Ester Schweins have had a lasting impact on the German perception of the still-young comedy scene.

Recently, he had put his fellow comedians to tough tests in Bully Herbig’s “Last one Laughing” comedy competition. On the show, where you have to make others laugh in order to get them fired, several colleagues referred to him as “the boss.”

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