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Born: May 14, 1942 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Germany Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Anleitung zum Ungl├╝cklichsein (2012)
Tiffany is 20 years old, single and neurotic, dreamy, superstitious and contradictory. She bakes fortune cookies and sells them in a Deli. However, she herself does not believe in the feeling of happiness, because after every happy phase in her life, there seemed to have followed a catastrophe.
Dreileben: Don't Follow Me Around (2011)
One part of a trio of interlocking films titled "Dreileben" that takes a look at a murderer who escapes from police custody. Each film is told from a different point of view and in different style, each by one of Germany's leading filmmakers.
OSS 117: Lost in Rio (2009)
Sent to Brazil to retrieve a microfilm containing the names of Frenchmen who assisted the Nazi regime, OSS 117 joins forces with sexy lieutenant Dolores to track down an underground group of escaped Nazis.
Woman in Berlin, A (2008)
Set in 1945 during the Red Army invasion of Berlin. Women are victims of rape and devastation; one of them is Anonyma, who had been a journalist and photographer. In her desperation, she decides to look for an officer who can protect her. She meets a Russian officer Andrej - an encounter which devel
Mein langsames Leben (2001) as Priest (Cameo Appearance)
Berlin, summer. Two friends in a cafe. Valerie has just moved, Sophie is leaving for Rome for six months. Events, encounters and relationships. Moments of half a year. The two friends do not talk about their longing, but tend to conceal it. That's because they may not know exactly what it is that th
Leo und Claire (2001)
In 1933 Nuremberg, successful Jewish businessman Leo Katzenberger owns an apartment building and runs a shoe store. A devoted family man, Leo has a good relationship with his loving wife Claire. As the climate in Germany grows increasingly dangerous, bombshell Irene moves to the neighborhood. After
Anatomy (2000) as Dr. Henning
A young woman stumbles upon a secret organization of unscruplous and sadistic medical researchers called the Anti-Hippocratics at the University of Hiedelberg.
Criminal Instinct: Love & Murder (2000) as Stuart Schell
Adaptation of Gail Bowen's novel featuring sleuth Joanne Kilbourn. Sally returns to her home town as a successful artist. Soon after, a young local artist is found murdered. Joanne Kilbourne, a criminologist and Sally's childhood friend, finds Sally is a chief suspect -- until she ends up dead.
Une pour toutes (2000) as Oscar
Three out of work actresses decide to team up and use their charms to seduce a trio of wealthy, would-be patrons on a Concorde flight from France to the USA.
Berlin-Cinema (Titre Provisoire) (1999) as Voice
A look at Berlin, a city on the brink of great architectural change, through the eyes of some of cinema's most well-known artists. Filmmakers Wim Wenders, Jean-Luc Godard, and Rudiger Volger, and architect Jean Nouvel all share their thoughts on film and Berlin, discussing German texts on cinema and
Plus Beau Pays du Monde, Le (1999)
Paris in 1942. With the Occupation people needed diversions and the theaters and cinemas had never done better business. But as Jews were banned from working in filmmaking, more and more compromises had to be made by those still working. A documentary crew agree to change their film on a real flying
Sunshine (1999) as General Jakofalvy
An epic tale which spans three generations of the Sonnenschein family--a Jewish-Hungarian clan that dates back to the time when Hungary was ruled by the Austro-Hungarian empire. Like many other families during this time when Hungary was one of the most prosperous countries in Europe, the Sonnenschei
Tiger-Stripe Woman Waits for Tarzan (1998)
Luise and Theo pick up a mysterious guy, Frank, and give him a lift to Berlin, where Luise flirts with him. He, however, is more interested in tracking down Laura Luna, the woman who wrote the book "Tiger-Stripe Woman Waits for Tarzan." He's fallen in love with her picture and wants to take her back
Schuld der Liebe, Die (1997) as Schweiger
Upwardly mobile professional, Monika Besse, is the daughter of a politician who has died under mysterious circumstances. She returns from Luxembourg to investigate, assisted by detective Schweiger, and slowly begins to realize she barely knew her father. When it becomes obvious that her father plott
Lisbon Story (1995) as Phillip Winter
A German sound recordist is summoned to Lisbon by a filmmaker friend. Upon arriving, he learns that the friend has disappeared, but has left behind silent documentary film footage. The sound man wanders Lisbon recording sounds, and has an affair with a singer. Eventually, the filmmaker returns disil
Les Milles (1995) as Lion Feuchtwanger
Based on under-publicized historical facts, a WWII story which centers on a French military officer who single-handedly requisitions a train to transport hundreds of German refugees to neutral territory rather than hand them over to certain death under the terms of the freshly signed Franco-German a
Wonder Boy (1994)
Maurice, a chubby but muscular 18-year-old black youth, has been pushed into professional boxing by his crippled father, a former champ. However, his true dream is to become a violinist, much to his father's chagrin. Maurice's life becomes a series of complicated messes as he tries to satisfy his fa
Het Verdriet Van Belgie (1994) as Lausengier
The tale of Louis Seynaeve, who comes to terms with his identity as a young Flemish boy during the 1940s. The war and his vivid and eccentric family serve as catalysts for a budding intellectual's coming-of-age.
Faraway, So Close (1993) as Phillip Winter
Story of earthbound angels in post-Wall Berlin. The film reflects on what it is like to be human, good vs. evil and the meaning of a unified Germany.
Anna Goldin - Ietzte Hexe (1991) as Doctor Tschudi
Based on an actual event in 18th century Switzerland, a maid for a prominent doctor in the city of Glarus is accused of witchery after the doctor's little daughter takes ill.
Transit (1991) as The Doctor
Set at the onset of WWII, a group of people set out from Marseille in search of a new life.
Until the End of the World (1991) as Philip Winter
Two fugitives run off with a machine that records dreams.
Night Sun (1990) as King Charles Iii
A young nobleman, disappointed in love, becomes a religious hermit, with unexpected results.
Erdenschwer (1990) as Dr Frank
Etat sauvage, L' (1990) as Tristan
Corsa di Discesa (1990)
A criminal demands protection after saving the life of a young police inspector's daughter.
Un Caso di Incoscienza (1989) as Anderson
Madrid (1987) as Hans
Lucky Ravi (1987) as Gino
Tarot (1986) as Otto
Fratelli (1985) as Brother
Martha Dubronski (1984) as Schelling
Havarist, Der (1984) as Sterling Hayden
Gnadenlos (1983)
Melzer (1983)
Marianne and Julianne (1981) as Wolfgang
Two sisters, caught up in the turmoil of the 1970s, rebel against their conservative upbringing. Juliane works to reformer the system as a feminist journalist, while Marianne embraces violence, becoming a notorious terrorist.
Letze Liebe (1979) as Thomas
Group Portrait With A Lady (1977) as Boldig
Left-Handed Woman, The (1977) as Actor
Kings of the Road (1976) as Bruno Winter
Two isolated men, a film projector repairman and a psychologist, wander into the backroads of Germany together, barely speaking, trying to escape the film loop of their lives.
Wrong Move (1975) as Wilhelm
Falsche Bewegung (1975)
Six days in the life of Wilhelm: a detached man without qualities. He wants to write, so his mother gives him a ticket to Bonn, telling him to live. On the train he meets an older man, an athlete in the 1936 Olympics, and his mute teen companion, Mignon. She's an acrobat in market squares for spare change. An actress, whom Wilhelm gazes at, joins them. Then, a plump young man introduces himself, having heard them talk of poetry. He takes them to his uncle's, except it's the wrong house; they interrupt a man's suicide. He invites them to stay. The actress tries to connect to Wilhelm. Couplings and rare bursts of feeling come as surprises; other characters remain alone.
Alice in the Cities (1974) as Philip Winter
A journalist and a young girl travel through Europe to find her grandmother.
Scarlet Letter, The (1973) as Sailor
In 17th-century Salem, Hester Prynne must wear a scarlet A because she is an adulteress, with a child out of wedlock. For seven years, she has refused to name the father. A vigorous older stranger arrives, recognized by Hester but unknown to others as her missing husband. He poses as Chillingworth, a doctor, watching Hester and searching out the identity of her lover. His eye soon rests on Dimmesdale, a young overwrought pastor. Enmity grows between the two men; Chillingworth applies psychological pressure, and the pastor begins to crack. A ship stops in Salem, and Hester sees it as a providential refuge for her daughter, herself, and her lover. But will Dimmesdale flee with her?
Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick, The (1971) as Idiot
A veteran goalkeeper picks up a cinema cashier, takes her to bed, and calmly murders her the following morning.

Cast (feature film)

Red and the Black, The (2001) as Abbe Pirard

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