Buchholz began appearing in English-language films in 1959, when he co-starred in the British production Tiger Bay with Hayley Mills. He returned to Germany for Ship of the Dead (1959), then accepted an offer from Hollywood to play a young aspiring gunslinger in The Magnificent Seven (1960).Arriving in the US with time to spare before filming began, Buchholz lingered in New York and appeared on Broadway in a short-lived adaptation of Cheri (1959) before continuing westward.Draft: Drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 1st round (42nd) of the 2005 MLB June Amateur Draft from Angelina College (Lufkin, TX).High School: Lumberton HS (Lumberton, TX) Schools: Angelina College (Lufkin, TX), Mc Neese State University (Lake Charles, LA) Debut: August 17, 2007 (Age 23-003d, 16,783rd in MLB history) vs.This number combines the R" data-filter="1" data-name="BIS Defensive Runs Saved Above Avg per 1,200 Inn The number of runs above or below average the fielder was worth per 1,200 Innings (approx 135 games).
He established himself in the theater, notably the Schiller Theater, and also on radio.
He made another with Schneider, Monpti (1957) aka Love from Paris.
In 1958 Buchholz married French actress Myriam Bru. That year he starred in Two Worlds (1958), Wet Asphalt (1958), and Auferstehung (1958) aka Resurrection.
During his youth he was sometimes called "the German James Dean".
During World War II he was evacuated to Silesia and at the end of the war found himself in a foster home in Czechoslovakia. He barely finished his schooling before seeking theater work, first appearing on stage in 1949.