Mini Bio (1)
Thomas Ebert was born 1961 in Monterrey, Mexico, to German parents. He began stage-acting at the age of 16, and has acted for more than 35 years in many plays, some of them directed by renowned Mexican masters such as Martín Aguirre, Sergio Rod, Juan Carlos Franco, and the Spanish master Héctor Dugó.
His film debut came in 1984 with the American production "Dune" by David Lynch, mainly shot in Mexico, were he played a minor role. Years later, he was chosen the main character in the German production "Mexiko" by Michael Markus, entirely shot throughout the central and southern part of the aforementioned country. A small part in a couple of films produced in Germany followed, until he landed a role in the Canadian production "Beyond What Remains" by Bassel Martin, also shot in Mexico. Recently he had a minor role in "Inside the Mine" by Jorge Eduardo Ramírez, and in "Desvanecer" by Antonio Rotunno, followed by a leading role in "Revueltas", a film by Antonio Jiménez, and in "Te juro que yo no fui", the most recent film of Joaquín Bissner. Worth to be mentioned is also a role in the Series "The Battles of Celaya" by film director Miguel Rico Tavera, produced by well known Mexican actor Eric del Castillo.
In a longer list of short-films since 2011 he has had several leading roles, among which are "Amarás a todas las Cecilias" by Adriana Gaal, "El Guardián del Aeropuerto" by Miguel de Luna, "La Muerte Intrascendente" by Ivo Loyola, "Los Matadores" (a short-film based on Ernest Hemingway's "The Killers") by Sergio Benítez, "Miserere Mei Deus" by Aleks García, and "About Eve" by Manuel Aguirre.
His acting skills are not only based on his experience but on a good training received by well known actors like Alecxandro Vaguióre, Luís Felipe Tovar, Ofelia Medina, Anna Ciocchetti, Javier Velázquez, Anna Cetti, Diego Luna, and the renowned Film Directors Luís Mandoki and Joaquín Bissner.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: mLAT