Konrad Ernst Ackermann (1868-1948) was a German actor and manager. He was born in 1868 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and began his acting career in the 1890s. He was a member of various theater companies and appeared in many productions throughout Germany.
Ackermann was known for his versatility as an actor and was able to perform in a wide range of roles, from comedic to dramatic. He was particularly praised for his performances in classical works by German playwrights such as Goethe and Schiller.
In addition to his acting career, Ackermann was also a successful theater manager. He was the director of the Deutsches Theater in Berlin from 1910 to 1924, where he helped establish it as one of the leading venues in Germany for dramatic and operatic productions.
Ackermann was also involved in the German film industry, he appeared in several films in the 1920s and 1930s.
During World War II, his career was affected by the Nazi regime, and he was forced to retire. After the war, he returned to the stage and appeared in several productions in Frankfurt.
Ackermann died in Frankfurt am Main in 1948. He was remembered for his contributions to German theater as an actor and manager, and for his dedication to promoting the works of German playwrights.