Wonderful German actors

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“ His performance in "Shine" is absolutely brillant and one of the very best ever given by a German actor. ” - oliksa
 
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“ Especially great in "The White Ribbon". ” - oliksa
 
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“ So fantastic in "The Lifes of Others". Died way to young.
Such a big lose for the German cinema. ” - oliksa
 
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Götz George
Actor, Tatort
Götz George, born in Berlin in 1938, is the son of the famous actor Heinrich George and his wife, the actress Berta Drews. After first appearances on the stage of Berlin's Hebbel Theater during his childhood, Götz George was trained as an actor by the recognized teacher Else Bongers. At the age of 15...
“ Versatile actor. His performance in "Der Todmacher" is for the books. ” - oliksa
 
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Klaus Kinski
Klaus Kinski was born Klaus Günter Karl Nakszynski in Zoppot, Free City of Danzig (now Sopot, Poland), to Susanne (Lutze), a nurse, and Bruno Nakszynski, a pharmacist. He grew up in Berlin, was drafted into the German army in 1944 and captured by British forces in Holland. After the war he began acting on the stage...
“ Wonderfully poetic performance in "Nosferatu". One of the most intense actors ever. ” - oliksa
 
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“ Very underrated actor. Great roles in "Der Todmacher" next to George and "Die Manns" with Mueller-Stahl. ” - oliksa
 
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“ Sadly he mostly acts in mediocre German tv movies, but sometimes really great like in "Im Schatten der Macht". ” - oliksa
 
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“ Sometimes strangely miscast, but sometimes absolutely phenomenal like in "Das unsichtbare Mädchen". ” - oliksa
 
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Jürgen Prochnow
Actor, Das Boot
Born in Berlin, Germany, in 1941, Jürgen Prochnow is a leading actor of the German stage and screen. He was memorable as the submarine captain in the gritty WW II film Das Boot, which brought him to international prominence. He has since starred in many well-received European and Hollywood productions.
“ Of course nothing short of great in "Das Boot". ” - oliksa
 
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“ Very versatile. Wonderful in "The Counterfeiters". ” - oliksa