Austrian movie actors in Munich

Here are 7 famous actors from Austria who live or lived in Munich:

Jacques Breuer

Jacques Breuer (October 20, 1956 Munich-) also known as Jaques Breuer or Jacques Brewer is an Austrian actor, voice actor and film director. He has been widely known to be residing in Munich.

Breuer received his acting training at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna and made his debut on stage at the Salzburger Landestheater in 1979. He then went on to work in various theater productions in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.

In addition to his theater work, Breuer has a prolific career in film and television. He has appeared in numerous films, including "The Dark Valley," "Der Untergang," and "Was nicht passt, wird passend gemacht," among others.

He has also lent his voice to dubbing foreign films and TV shows into German, including "Game of Thrones" and "The Walking Dead."

Breuer has also directed several films, including the comedy "Wenn Frauen ausziehen" and the drama "Palmen im Schnee."

In recognition of his work in the film industry, Breuer was awarded the Bavarian Film Award for Best Actor in 2014 for his role in "Zwei allein."

Read more about Jacques Breuer on Wikipedia »

Géza von Bolváry

Géza von Bolváry (December 26, 1897 Budapest-August 10, 1961 Neubeuern) a.k.a. G. de Bolvary, Geza von Bolvary, Géza Maria von Bolvary, Geza v. Bolvary, Géza Bolváry, Bolvary-Zahn, Géza von Bolvary-Zahn, Bolváry Géza, Géza v. Bolvary-Zahn or Géza Maria von Bolváry-Zahn was an Austrian screenwriter, film director and actor. He owned a home in Munich.

Géza von Bolváry was born in Budapest, Hungary, and began his career in the film industry in the 1920s. He directed his first film in 1925 and went on to become one of the leading film directors in Europe during the 1930s. Some of his most notable films include "The Cousin from Nowhere" (1934), "The Postman from Longjumeau" (1936), and "Whom the Gods Love" (1936). He was known for his ability to work with actors and for his skill in adapting literary works for the screen.

In addition to his work as a director, Bolváry was also a successful screenwriter and actor. He appeared in a number of films throughout his career, often in supporting roles. He also wrote the screenplays for several of his own films.

Bolváry left Europe during World War II and settled in the United States, where he continued to work in the film industry. He eventually returned to Europe and continued to direct and write films until his death in 1961. Bolváry is remembered for his contributions to the development of European cinema during the interwar period and for his skill as a director and screenwriter.

Read more about Géza von Bolváry on Wikipedia »

Curd Jürgens

Curd Jürgens (December 13, 1915 Thalkirchen-Obersendling-Forstenried-Fürstenried-Solln-June 18, 1982 Vienna) also known as Curd Jurgens, Curd Gustav Andreas Gottlieb Franz Jürgens, The Norman hulk, Curt Jurgens, Curd Jüergens, Kurt Jürgens, Curt Jürgens, Curt Juergens or The Norman Wardrobe was an Austrian actor, journalist and film director. He was living in Bavaria and Munich.

Jürgens began his acting career in the late 1930s and appeared in numerous German films during the Nazi era. After the war, he continued his successful career in international productions, such as "The Spy Who Loved Me" and "The Battle of Britain."

In addition to his acting career, Jürgens was also a talented journalist and wrote for various newspapers and magazines.

Later in his career, Jürgens ventured into film directing and directed two successful films in Germany.

Jürgens was known for his strong presence on screen and his deep, authoritative voice. He received many awards throughout his career, including the Bambi Award and the Order of Merit of Berlin.

Jürgens was married three times and had four children. He passed away in 1982 in Vienna, Austria at the age of 66.

Read more about Curd Jürgens on Wikipedia »

Michael Haneke

Michael Haneke (March 23, 1942 Munich-) otherwise known as Slappy is an Austrian screenwriter, film director, actor and television director. His child is called David Haneke. He has been residing in Munich.

Haneke is known for his work in the genre of psychological thriller, and his films often explore social issues and themes including guilt, violence, and the impact of media on society. He has won numerous awards for his work, including two Palme d'Or awards at the Cannes Film Festival for his films "The White Ribbon" and "Amour". Haneke is also known for his collaborations with actors such as Isabelle Huppert and Haneke's wife, Susanne Lothar, who passed away in 2012. In addition to his work in film, Haneke has directed several theater productions and written several books on film and media.

Read more about Michael Haneke on Wikipedia »

Walter Riml

Walter Riml (September 23, 1905 Innsbruck-June 21, 1994 Steinach am Brenner) also known as Riml was an Austrian camera operator, cinematographer and actor. He had one child, Christian Riml. He was residing in Innsbruck, Munich, Berlin and Steinach am Brenner.

Riml's career as a camera operator began in the 1920s, and he quickly rose to prominence as one of the most talented cinematographers of his time. He worked on several notable films, including the German classic "Münchhausen" (1943) and the American production "Tarzan and the Leopard Woman" (1946).

In addition to his work behind the camera, Riml also had a successful career as an actor. He appeared in several films, including "Morgenrot" (1933) and "Auf Wiedersehen, Franziska!" (1941). However, it was his work as a cinematographer that earned him the most acclaim and recognition in the film industry.

Riml lived a long and full life, continuing to work in the film industry well into his later years. He passed away in 1994 in Steinach am Brenner, Austria, leaving behind a lasting legacy as one of the greats of his profession.

Read more about Walter Riml on Wikipedia »

Elyas M’Barek

Elyas M’Barek (May 29, 1982 Munich-) a.k.a. Elays M Barek or Elyas M'barek is an Austrian actor. He has been living in Munich.

M'Barek is of Tunisian and Austrian descent and is fluent in German, English, and Arabic. He began his acting career in 2001, appearing in the television series "Löwenzahn". He gained wider recognition in Germany for his role in the film "Türkisch für Anfänger" (2012), which was later adapted into a television series. M'Barek has since appeared in numerous successful films and television series in Germany and Austria, including "Fack ju Göhte" (2013-2017), "What a Man" (2011), and "Das perfekte Geheimnis" (2019). He has won several awards for his performances, including the Bambi award for Best Actor in 2014.

Read more about Elyas M’Barek on Wikipedia »

Christian Tramitz

Christian Tramitz (July 13, 1955 Munich-) is an Austrian actor, comedian, author and voice actor. His children are called Antonin Tramitz, Reanin Tramitz and Luca Tramitz. He has been widely known to be residing in Munich.

Tramitz started his career as a member of the comedy group "Bullyparade" alongside Michael Herbig and Rick Kavanian. He gained fame through his performance in the popular German television series, "Traumschiff Surprise – Periode 1." Tramitz has also voiced various characters in well-known animated films such as Ice Age, Shrek, and Madagascar. Apart from his acting career, he has also written several books, including a crime novel titled "Mord in Serie." In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Tramitz is a trained paramedic and has also worked as a volunteer firefighter.

Read more about Christian Tramitz on Wikipedia »

Related articles