|Born||in Haan, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany|
|Height||6' 2½" (1.89 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Patrick Mölleken, born on the 27th September 1993 near Düsseldorf, is a German actor, dubber and voice-over artist on radio dramas as well as on audio books.
First stage experience he gained was at the age of five at piano concerts and gala events. At age ten he received his first role on TV with "Alarm Für Cobra 11". Almost simultaneously, he began his work as a voice-over artist on a radio commercial for "Legoland Deutschland". Following from this, he appeared in several further television productions accompanied by works at the recording studio. From 2006 to 2009 Patrick attended the acting school "Juniorhouse" in Cologne. His role on the "Traumschiff" in 2007 led to an invitation to the "Harald Schmidt Show". The television drama "Ihr Könnt Euch Niemals Sicher Sein" was honored among others with the Austrian television award "Romy" and the "Grimme-Preis" 2009. In 2010 Patrick received the "Deutschen Hörbuchpreis" for "Wie Man Unsterblich Wird" ("Ways To Live Forever"). His work for audio books and radio dramas has since been rewarded frequently with various nominations. They follow numerous film and television casts in a variety of formats, including "Extinction - The G.M.O. Chronicles", the winter-special "Der Bergdoktor - Durch Eisige Höhen", "Quirk Of Fate", "Mord In Bester Familie" and "Isenhart
- Die Jagd Nach Dem Seelenfänger". In 2010 he played the leading role
Since 2011 Patrick has been more often seen in war productions, like in "Jewish Alley", which was reviewed by Steven Spielberg, in "Rommel" as the Desert Fox (Ulrich Tukur)'s son, in "Zersplitterte Nacht", as well as in "A Good Story" under the guidance of cinematographer Christopher Doyle. Subsequent to his graduation from high school by doing his Abitur (Higher School Certificate) he embodied the role of the deathly cold spree killer "Kilian." in the 2012 same-titled movie.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: David Seffer