German actors who were born in 1982

Here are 9 famous actors from Germany were born in 1982:

Joscha Kiefer

Joscha Kiefer (December 8, 1982 Müllheim-) is a German actor.

He made his acting debut in 2001 with a minor role in the TV series "Tatort". He gained recognition for his portrayal of Marco in the popular German TV series "Verliebt in Berlin" (2005-2007). Kiefer has appeared in numerous TV shows and films in Germany, including "SOKO Leipzig", "SOKO Köln" and "SOKO Stuttgart", "Danni Lowinski", "Der Bulle und das Landei" and "The Old Fox". He has also acted in theatre productions in Germany, including "Die Kameliendame" and "Faust". In addition to his acting career, Kiefer is also known for his work as a voice actor, having provided the voice for characters in several German versions of Hollywood films.

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Gil Ofarim

Gil Ofarim (August 13, 1982 Munich-) also known as Gil & Tal, Gil or Gil Doron Reichstadt Ofarim is a German singer and actor.

He was born to a famous Israeli singer and dancer named Abi Ofarim and his wife, Sandra. Gil began his music career with his sister Tal, and they released their first album "It's Your Love" in 1997. The album peaked at number one on the German charts and became a massive success.

Gil Ofarim then went on to pursue a solo career, releasing his debut album "Here I Am" in 2000. He has also acted in several German TV shows and movies, including "Verbotene Liebe" and "Tatort".

Apart from his music and acting career, Gil Ofarim was also a contestant on the German version of "Dancing with the Stars" in 2017 and won the competition with his partner Ekaterina Leonova.

In addition to his entertainment career, Gil Ofarim is also a dedicated athlete and has participated in several Ironman triathlons.

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Matthias Steiner

Matthias Steiner (August 25, 1982 Vienna-) is a German weightlifter and actor.

He competed for Austria until 2005 and then switched to compete for Germany. Steiner won the gold medal in the men's over 105 kg category at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. He also won a silver medal in the same category at the 2010 European Weightlifting Championships.

Following his successful weightlifting career, Steiner appeared on several television shows, including Germany's Strongest Man and Let's Dance. He also acted in the German film Rammbock: Berlin Undead. In addition to his entertainment career, Steiner is a motivational speaker and health advocate, promoting physical fitness and healthy living through his social media platforms.

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Will Devaughn

Will Devaughn (February 27, 1982 Büdingen-) otherwise known as William Devaughn Stumpf is a German model and actor.

He was born to a Filipino father and a German mother in Büdingen, Germany. Will grew up in a multicultural household, and at the age of 14, he moved to the United States with his family. His modeling career started shortly after, and he has walked the runways of numerous fashion shows worldwide. Will is also a well-known actor in the Philippines, where he has appeared in various movies and TV shows. He was a housemate in the second season of Pinoy Big Brother Celebrity Edition, which further catapulted his career in the Philippines. Will is also a fitness enthusiast and a competitive athlete, having played football and basketball in high school.

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Tom Schilling

Tom Schilling (February 10, 1982 Berlin-) is a German actor. His child is called Oskar Schilling.

Tom Schilling is known for his captivating performances in films, television shows, and theatre productions. He began his acting career at the age of 12, and made his breakthrough in the German film industry with his role as Holocaust survivor David Rubinstein in the movie "Before the Fall". He has since made a name for himself as a versatile actor, excelling in both dramatic and comedic roles.

Schilling has won numerous awards for his acting, including the Bambi Award for Best Actor in 2011, and the German Film Award for Best Actor in 2012. Some of his notable film roles include portraying the lead character Fabian in the film adaptation of Erich Kästner's novel "Fabian", and playing the role of the troubled artist Kurt Barnert in the acclaimed film "Never Look Away". He has also appeared in popular television shows such as "Babylon Berlin" and "Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter".

In addition to acting, Schilling is an accomplished musician and has released several albums with his band, Tom Schilling & The Jazz Kids. He also enjoys playing the piano and composing music in his free time. Schilling has been praised for his commitment to social causes, actively supporting organizations that work towards LGBTQ+ rights and combating environmental issues.

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Axel Stein

Axel Stein (February 28, 1982 Wuppertal-) is a German actor and film director.

He started his acting career in 2001 and gained popularity in Germany through his role in the TV series "Hausmeister Krause". Since then, he has appeared in numerous German TV shows and movies, such as "Manta, Manta", "Alarm für Cobra 11", and "Stromberg". In addition to acting, Stein has also directed a number of films, including "Feuer, Eis & Dosenbier" and "Nicht mein Tag". He has won several awards for his work, including the Jupiter Award for Best TV Comedy Actor in 2006. Stein is also known for his charity work, supporting organizations such as "Die Arche" and "SOS-Kinderdorf".

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Felix von Jascheroff

Felix von Jascheroff (August 29, 1982 Berlin-) otherwise known as Felix Jascheroff is a German actor and singer. He has two children, Fiona Phoebe Louisé von Jascheroff and Liam Flynn von Jascheroff.

Felix von Jascheroff started his acting career in 1992 as a child actor, and since then, he has appeared in several television series and movies. He became famous for his role as John Bachmann in the German soap opera "Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten" (Good Times, Bad Times) and also appeared in other popular series such as "Alarm für Cobra 11" (Alarm for Cobra 11) and "Der Lehrer" (The Teacher).

In addition to his acting career, Felix von Jascheroff has also released several singles and albums as a singer, including his debut single "Rescue Me" in 2004. He is known for his versatile voice and has also appeared in several musicals such as "Fame" and "Tabaluga".

In his personal life, Felix von Jascheroff has been married twice, first to Franziska Dilger and then to Bianca Bos. He is also a passionate animal rights activist and has been involved in several campaigns to protect endangered species.

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Elyas M’Barek

Elyas M’Barek (May 29, 1982 Munich-) a.k.a. Elays M Barek or Elyas M'barek is a German actor.

He was born and raised in Munich to an Austrian mother and a Tunisian father. M’Barek began his acting career in 2001 with a small role in the German television series "Alphateam – Die Lebensretter im OP" and has since become one of the most popular actors in Germany.

His breakthrough role came in the 2010 film "Turkish for Beginners" where he played the lead character Cem Öztürk. M’Barek also starred in the 2013 film "Fack ju Göhte" and its two sequels, which became the highest-grossing German films of all time.

In addition to acting, M’Barek is a supporter of various charitable organizations, including the children's charity Ein Herz für Kinder and the World Wildlife Fund.

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Ludwig Blochberger

Ludwig Blochberger (December 3, 1982 East Berlin-) is a German actor and voice actor.

He grew up in a family of actors, and began acting at a young age. Blochberger studied at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna, Austria, and began his acting career in 2002. He has appeared in numerous German television series, including "Tatort" and "SOKO Leipzig," and has also worked as a voice actor, providing German voiceovers for foreign films and television shows. In addition to his television work, Blochberger has also appeared in several German films, including "Kokowääh" and "Who Am I - No System Is Safe." He is known for his versatile acting skills and has received critical acclaim for his performances in both comedic and dramatic roles. In his free time, Blochberger enjoys practicing martial arts and playing the guitar.

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