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Ilja Richter Poster

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Overview (2)

Born in Berlin, Germany
Height 5' 11¾" (1.82 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Ilja Richter was born on November 24, 1952 in Berlin, Germany. He is an actor and writer, known for Disco (1971), Die kleine Monsterin (2009) and Drei Damen vom Grill (1977). He was previously married to Stephanie von Falkenhausen.

Spouse (1)

Stephanie von Falkenhausen (? - 2004) (divorced)

Trade Mark (2)

Started every edition of _"Disco" (1971)_ (1982) with "Hallo Freunde ! (Publikum:) Hallo Ilja !" ("Hello friends ! (audience:) "Hello Ilja !")
The first prize winner of the "Disco"-quiz was presented with "Licht aus - Whoom! Spot an - Jaaa !" ("Light off - Whoom! Spot on - Yees !")

Trivia (7)

German dubbing voice of "Timon" in The Lion King (1994), Hank Azaria in The Birdcage (1996), Joe Pantoliano in The Matrix (1999) and "Mike Wazowski" in Monsters, Inc. (2001).
Has four siblings: Michael, Georgina, Marina and Janina Richter.
Fled East Germany with his family in 1953.
Made his TV debut in a play by Ephraim Kishon at the age of nine.
Also a successful stage actor in roles such as Moses in the stage version of Monsieur Ibrahim (2003).
His son Kolja was born in 2001.
Lives in Berlin with his longtime companion Barbara Ferun.

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