New host Guido Kantz (50) opened the door wide open: “John Busey will probably come on a show if he has time,” the new host of “7 Days, 7 Heads” said before the start when asked if he would bring in former stars. From the satirical talk show will appear in the new version. It is now certain: compared to “pictureThe newspaper, Posey (81), confirms: “I will be a guest on the show on March 19. Also to show that I love the look and that Guido Kantz is the right man.”
Jochen Posey, Rudi Carrell and Mike Krueger were among the regular members
In addition to Jochen Posey, who retired at his request in 2002, regular cast members include Rudy Carell, Gabe Koster, Mike Krueger and Callie Paul. Busse played the presenter in more than 300 episodes. The RTL format was definitely the biggest television success the actor and well-known cabaret artist at the time could celebrate. Even if he has rarely been seen on television since then, the 81-year-old is still on stage.
15 Years of Laughter and Shooting in Society: “Best Time in Life”
Jochen Posey was only 19 years old when he left his hometown of Iserlohn in 1961 – even before passing the Abitur exams – to start his career as an actor. Discovered only by legendary composer Friedrich Hollander (“I adore love from head to toe”) during a show with Munich’s “Die Knallfrösche” and hired the young star for his recital “Hoppla, auf’s Sofa,” Hollander was brought to the stage in Berlin.
In the 1970s, film and television also discovered Jochen Busse’s (comedy) talent: he had smaller roles in clothing such as “When Great Aunts Come” and “Tante Trude from Buxtehude”, but he also played one of the main characters in the crime series “Squad”. the kill”. In 1976, he joined the group of the Laughter and Shooting Association in Munich, of which he was a member for 15 years. “It was the best time of my life,” Bossi said in 2010 in an interview with the news agency teleschau. “When Helmut Schmidt resigned as chancellor because he had lost the ‘trust of the Republic’, Helmut Kohl was 16 years old – a great time for nightclubs.”
The success of “7 days, 7 heads”? Karel recognized her right away.
But Jochen Busse was also loyal to television during this time: he made sketches and parodies in “Nur für Busse” (1987-1990), had a supporting role in the Munich series “Die Hausmeisterin” and in the comedy series “3 Mann” in a bed “( 1994-1995) was one of the main characters along with Gerd Baltus and Karsten Speck.In 1996 he then took the role of the talk show host “7 Days, 7 Heads”, “Carel’s Model Show”, Bossi explained in an interview with the Teleshaw news agency. : “Success lies in regulars table personality. Carell immediately recognized it: “Here we have something that makes us all rich and famous,” he joked at first.
The show ran successfully on RTL for nine years, and around the same time, Busse was also the star of a comedy series in “Das Amt” (1997-2002) on the private broadcaster in Cologne. Then it became quieter for the actor, his last TV appearance was in 2018 in the episode “Notruf Hafen Kante”. Four years ago, he said goodbye as a nightclub artist on a recent solo program: “Everyone has their usual audience. At the end, the green teachers were sitting with me, you could literally smell it,” he joked in an interview with “RP Online” in 2020.
Jochen Bossi: “I don’t want to spend the rest of my life alone”
Even if he no longer feels like a nightclub audience, Jochen Bossi is still on stage today: he can currently be seen in the play “The Parents’ Complex” at the Dusseldorf Theater in an der Koe. The 81-year-old also lives in the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia after separating from his fourth wife at the end of 2020, with whom he lived in Berlin for a long time. Busse doesn’t want to get married again, but he still wants a new partner, as he told “RP Online,” “I don’t want to spend the rest of my life alone. I think I’m too old.”