Austrian movie stars born in 1975

Here are 7 famous actors from Austria were born in 1975:

Igor Breakenback

Igor Breakenback (October 4, 1975 Vienna-) also known as Igor Smiljevic, Breakenback Igor or Igor Smilevic is an Austrian actor, stunt performer, martial artist and film producer.

He is best known for his work as a stunt coordinator and fight choreographer on blockbuster films such as "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" and "Mad Max: Fury Road." Igor began his career in the entertainment industry as a stuntman and coordinator, working on several Austrian productions before making his way to Hollywood.

Igor has also made appearances as an actor in films like "Mission: Impossible 2" and "Garage Days," usually playing the role of a henchman or villain. In addition to his work in films, Igor is also an accomplished martial artist, having trained in various disciplines such as karate, kung fu, and muay thai.

As a film producer, Igor has been involved in several projects, including the action-comedy "Red Billabong" and the horror film "Boar." He is known for his expertise in action sequences and his ability to bring excitement and energy to his projects.

Arno Frisch

Arno Frisch (November 13, 1975 Vienna-) is an Austrian actor.

He started his acting career at the age of 12, appearing in commercials and Austrian films. Frisch gained international recognition for his portrayal of a sociopathic teenager in the 1997 Austrian thriller "Funny Games" directed by Michael Haneke. He also appeared in Haneke's 2000 film "Code Unknown" and has acted in several Austrian and German films throughout his career. In addition to acting, Frisch has worked as a filmmaker and musician.

Anton Nouri

Anton Nouri (April 23, 1975 Waidhofen an der Ybbs-) a.k.a. Ali Anton Nouri, Anton Noori or Ali is an Austrian actor. He has one child, Liam Nouri.

Anton Nouri studied acting in New York City at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute and with famous acting coaches such as Susan Batson and Bob McAndrew. He began his professional acting career on stage in Austria before transitioning to film and television. He is known for his roles in the hit Austrian TV series "SOKO Kitzbühel" and "Tom Turbo". In addition to his acting work, Anton Nouri is also actively involved in humanitarian efforts, particularly in supporting refugees in Austria. He has been an ambassador for the charity organization "Menschen für Menschen" since 2008.

Thomas Mraz

Thomas Mraz (October 11, 1975 Vienna-) is an Austrian actor.

He graduated from the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna and began his acting career in the theater. Mraz has appeared in numerous films and television shows, both in Austria and internationally. He is known for his versatile range and has played a variety of roles, from comedic to dramatic. Mraz has won several awards for his acting, including the Hans-Moser-Preis for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. When he is not acting, he enjoys writing and has published several novels and plays. Mraz is also involved in various social causes and is a strong advocate for human rights and the environment.

Michael-Joachim Heiss

Michael-Joachim Heiss (June 5, 1975 Bregenz-) also known as Michael Joachim Heiss is an Austrian actor.

Heiss is best known for his work in both film and television. He began his career in the entertainment industry in the mid-1990s and gained recognition for his role in the Austrian film "Kaltfront" in 1997. He has since starred in a number of other notable films, including "Denk ich an Deutschland in der Nacht" (2017) and "Safari" (2016).

Heiss has also made a name for himself in Austrian television, starring in a range of popular shows such as "SOKO Kitzbühel", "CopStories", and "Tatort". In addition to his work as an actor, Heiss is also a trained musician and has released several albums in his native Austria.

Throughout his career, Heiss has received critical acclaim for his performances and has been recognized with a number of awards for his work, including the Romy Award for Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series in 2011. He continues to work in the entertainment industry today and is considered one of Austria's most respected actors.

Jack Gustav

Jack Gustav (March 14, 1975 Graz-) is an Austrian actor.

He began his acting career in the mid-1990s and has since worked in numerous films, television series, and theater productions. Gustav is known for his versatile acting skills and has portrayed various characters on screen ranging from comedic to dramatic roles. He has won several awards for his performances including the best actor award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007. Apart from his acting career, Gustav is also known for his philanthropic work and supports various charities that work towards improving the lives of disadvantaged communities.

Erol Nowak

Erol Nowak (March 6, 1975 Grieskirchen-) is an Austrian actor.

He initially started his career in theatre, appearing in various productions throughout Austria before branching out into film and television. Nowak's breakthrough role came in the 2004 film "Antares" for which he received critical acclaim. Since then, he has appeared in numerous films, television shows and theatre productions including the popular Austrian crime series "Schnell ermittelt". In addition to acting, Nowak is also a writer and director, having written and directed several short films. He has also lent his voice to numerous audio books and commercials in Austria.

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