Who Is Alfred Biolek Partner? Everything About His Husband And Son

Who Is Alfred Biolek Partner? Everything About His Husband And Son

The esteemed German entertainer Alfred Biolek unfortunately died today. Get to know Biolek and his partner Constantin Rothenburg below.

Alfred Biolek is a German entertainer, presenter, and chef.

Alfred is known for the cooking show ‘ Alfredissimo.’ He is also a lawyer and a professor.

The cause of his death is currently unavailable. However, he died peacefully in his bed, as per his son Scott.

Alfred was 87 years old at the time of his death.

Alfred Biolek Partner Constantin Rothenburg And Son Scott 

Alfred Biolek was together with his partner Constantin Rothernbrug for a long time.

They even had an adoptive son Scott Biolek-Ritchie.

Biolek came out with his sexuality as gay on 10th December 1991 on a television show hosted by Rosa von Praunheim.

Similarly, he was one of the first gay rights advocates in Germany.

Furthermore, he spent his last years in Cologne with his partner, Constantin.

Likewise, Constantin is the founder and director of Qvest Magazine and Quality Magazine.

Moreover, he is remaining silent regarding his husband’s death, as he keeps his privacy strictly so we might hear from him later.

Alfred Biolek Vermögen

Alfred Biolek has made a fortune of $3-5 million during his lifetime, per Wikispro.

Similarly, most of his income came from the Saturday evening talk show Amlauf Band, as its producer. The show was the most famous in the 1970s.

Biolek also ran his own program called Bio’s Bahnhof. The last show Biolek hosted was ‘Alfredissimo.’

Further, he also wrote numerous books where he mentions his recipes, including German dishes. 

All of these together made it possible for him to earn a substantial amount of net worth.

Due to the massive contribution of Biolek to German Television, many people are expressing their condolences on his death.

Alfred Biolek Wiki

Alfred Biolek was born in 1934 in Czechoslovakia, but his family left the country in 1946.

They moved to Stuttgart, Germany. Biolek’s father was also a lawyer. He worked with his father in his office while studying law.

Biolek was first given the title of legal assessor in the German TV ZDF. It grew his interest in television which made him switch his career.