Austrian movie stars born in 1966

Here are 9 famous actors from Austria were born in 1966:

Hubert Sauper

Hubert Sauper (July 27, 1966 Kitzbühel-) is an Austrian film director, film producer, screenwriter, film editor and actor.

He is best known for his documentaries that explore the relationships between humans and their environments, particularly in Africa. Sauper's most notable films include "Darwin's Nightmare" (2004), which examines the impact of globalization and capitalism on the fishing industry and people of Tanzania, and "We Come as Friends" (2014), which explores the effects of neo-colonialism and foreign intervention on the people of South Sudan. His work has won numerous awards and has been screened at international film festivals around the world. Sauper is considered to be one of the most important and innovative documentary filmmakers of his generation.

Herbert Haider

Herbert Haider (January 9, 1966-) is an Austrian actor and voice actor.

He started his career in the 1990s and has since appeared in several Austrian and German films and TV shows, including "Kommissar Rex," "Soko Donau," and "Tatort." In addition to his on-screen work, Haider is also a prolific voice actor, having provided the German dubbing voice for numerous Hollywood films and TV shows. He has also lent his voice to several video games and audiobooks. Haider has won several awards for his acting work, including the Romy Award for Best Actor in a TV series. Outside of his acting career, he is known for his love of soccer and has been involved in various charity projects related to the sport.

Thomas Morris

Thomas Morris (May 21, 1966 Vienna-) is an Austrian actor.

He began his acting career in the late 1980s, primarily on stage in productions throughout Austria. Over the years, he has appeared in numerous films and television series, becoming a well-known face in Austrian entertainment. In addition to his acting work, Morris is also an accomplished voiceover artist and has lent his voice to many films and commercials. He is considered one of Austria's most versatile actors and has won several awards for his performances. Morris is also involved in various charitable organizations and is a strong advocate for animal rights.

Georg Friedrich

Georg Friedrich (October 31, 1966 Vienna-) is an Austrian actor.

He comes from a long line of accomplished actors known as the Austrian acting dynasty. His ancestors were also renowned personalities in the fields of journalism, art, and literature. Friedrich started his acting career in theater before transitioning to film and television. He is known for his diverse roles in films such as "Northface," "A Good Day to Die Hard," and "Muxmäuschenstill." Friedrich has won multiple awards for his acting, including the prestigious Berliner Theaterpreis for Best Actor in 2000. Apart from acting, he is also a writer and director, having written and directed the short film "Ensemble."

Serge Falck

Serge Falck (April 19, 1966 Schoten-) also known as Serge Dierckx is an Austrian actor and screenwriter.

He was born in Schoten, Belgium and grew up in Vienna, Austria. Falck started his acting career in the late 1980s and has appeared in numerous film and television productions. Some of his notable roles include “Freundschaftsspiel” (1988), “The Piano Player" (2002), and “The Informant” (2009). In addition to acting, Falck has also written and produced several films, including “Exit - Nur keine Panik” (2000) and “Klimt” (2006). He is married and has two children. Falck is known for his dedication to his craft and his ability to bring complex characters to life on the screen.

Thomas Reisinger

Thomas Reisinger (January 28, 1966 Vienna-) is an Austrian actor and film director.

Reisinger made his acting debut in the 1980s and has since then appeared in numerous films, TV series, and stage productions in Austria and Germany. He is known for his versatile acting skills and ability to portray complex characters.

In 2005, Reisinger made his directorial debut with the film "Poppitz", which was well received by critics and audiences alike. Since then, he has directed several other films, including "Hin und Weg" and "Die Notlüge".

In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Reisinger is also active in charity work. He supports several organizations that help children in need and refugees.

Reisinger is regarded as one of the most talented and respected actors and directors in Austria and has won several awards for his work, including the Austrian Film Award for Best Actor and Best Director.

Thomas Oláh

Thomas Oláh (August 3, 1966 Vienna-) also known as Thomas Olah is an Austrian costume designer and actor.

He is best known for his work on the films "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "The Reader." Oláh began his career as a costume designer in the late 1990s, working on numerous stage productions in Vienna. He made the transition to film in 2003, with the German movie "NVA." Since then, he has amassed an impressive portfolio, working on a range of films and TV shows in both Europe and the United States. In addition to his work as a costume designer, Oláh has also occasionally appeared on screen as an actor.

Christoph Grissemann

Christoph Grissemann (May 17, 1966 Innsbruck-) also known as Chrsitof Grissemann or Grissemann is an Austrian actor and screenwriter.

He is best known for his work as a radio and television presenter, where he has become a household name in Austrian media. Grissemann was a co-host for the popular Austrian television show "Wir sind Kaiser" (We Are Emperor) for several years. He has also worked extensively in radio, hosting his own program on the station FM4 for over two decades. Aside from his work in broadcasting, Grissemann has acted in a variety of film and television productions, including "Komm, süßer Tod" (Come Sweet Death) and "360 - Gefangen im Netz" (360 - Trapped in the Web). Additionally, he has been a recipient of several awards, including the Romy Television Prize and the Grimme-Preis.

Ottokar Lehrner

Ottokar Lehrner (August 21, 1966 Mödling-) is an Austrian actor.

He started his career as a stage actor and later made his way into television and film. Some of his notable roles include Balthazar in the TV series "Die Lottosieger" and Heinz Moosbrugger in the film "Silentium". He has also worked as a voice actor, lending his voice to several characters in German versions of animated films such as "Finding Dory" and "The LEGO Batman Movie". In addition to his acting career, Lehrner has also worked as a director and writer for various theater productions. He is known for his versatility in portraying a wide range of characters and for his dedication to his craft.

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