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Gerold Wunstel

Gerold Wunstel is more than just a pretty face. He is an avid collector of professions and cities, totaling eight different careers in ten cities in Europe and the U.S. Gerold was an almost autistic child, always sitting in the back of the class or lurking in the last row of movie theaters, spending endless hours watching films from around the ... See full bio »
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Inglourious Basterds
Inglourious Basterds Miscellaneous Crew
Born in Battle
Born in Battle Producer
Ruprecht Ruprecht


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 2016 Available
The Agent Provocateur
 2016 Everlasting
Clown Killer
 2015 CollegeHumor Originals (TV Series)
UberSSR Driver
- The Best Uber Service Yet (2015) ... UberSSR Driver
 2015 Sex and the Single Alien
Doctor Bergman
 2014 Ruprecht (Short)
 2013 The Incredible Burt Wonderstone
Berliner 1 (uncredited)
 2013 Who Killed Johnny
 2010-2012 It's Supernatural (TV Series)
- Daniel Kolenda (2012) ... Angel
- Peggy Joyce Ruth (2010) ... Angel
 2011 Anneliese: The Exorcist Tapes (Video)
Pastor Ernest Alt (uncredited)
 2008-2011 1000 Ways to Die (TV Series documentary)
Fishman / Chef Jacques
- Getting a Rise from the Dead (2011) ... Chef Jacques
- Hard Lives, Easy Deaths (2008) ... Fishman
- Life Will Kill You (2008) ... Fishman (as Gerold Wuntsel, credit only)
 2010 Little Blue Pill
Dr. Johann Von Luther
 2010 The Hunchback
Caged Mute
 2009 Vampiro
Vampire Gang Member (as Gerold M. Wunstel)
 2009 Salut (Short)
The Colonel
 2009 Hallo Hollywood (TV Series)
- Episode #1.7 (2009) ... Producer
 2009 Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach
Franz the Tennis Umpire (as Gerold Markus Wunstel)
 2008 Turning Point, Graf Zeppelin (Documentary)
 2008 Mannsbilder (TV Series)
Various Characters (2008)
 2008 The Aviators
Red Falcon (voice)
 2008 Igor (Video Game)
Glickenstein (voice)
 2008 Agent 5: A Night in the Last Life of
'The Man' / Assailant
 2007 South of Pico
 2007 Torture Room
East German Doctor
 2007 The Stolen Moments of September
Mr. Petervich
 2006 Mojave Phone Booth
Bar Patron (uncredited)
 2006 Weibsbilder (TV Series)
Various (2006-2007)
 1996-2005 Frühstücksfernsehen (TV Series)
- Episode dated 7 December 2005 (2005) ... Durchblick
- Episode dated 11 May 2005 (2005) ... Durchblick
- Episode dated 18 April 2005 (2005) ... Durchblick
- Episode dated 6 September 1996 (1996) ... Durchblick
 2005 The Aviary
Airline Passenger
 2005 Battleground: The Art of War (TV Series)
German Colonel
- The Battle of the Bulge (2005) ... German Colonel
 2005 Monarch of the Moon
Dr. Veisenhammer
 2004 Trautes Heim (Short)
 2004 Halt durch, Paul! (TV Series)
Lars Mars, (2004)
 2003 Stranger Still (Short)
Sinister Doctor
 2002 Trautes Heim (Short)
 1992 Tote trinken keinen Karo (TV Short)
 1992 Das Geheimnis des Maltesers (TV Short)
Joe Kangeru
 1990 Wedding
 1989 Chicago 6 x 6 (Short)
 1988 Rosinenbomber (TV Movie)
 1987 Harald und Eddi (TV Series)
Gallerie Besitzer (1987)
 1986 585 Kiloherz
Audience Caller
 1984 Führer durch die Welt (TV Movie)
 1984 Blauer Dunst
 1983 Leitmotiv (TV Movie)
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Show Show Producer (4 credits)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (2 credits)
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Alternate Names:

Gerold M. Wunstel | Gerold Markus Wunstel | Gerold Wuntsel


6' 1" (1.85 m)

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The life of an errant seemed to him far less ignoble than the life of one who had accepted the tyranny of the mediocre, because the cost of being exceptional was too high.

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