Moritz Bleibtreu

 

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Moritz Bleibtreu (born August 13, 1971) is a German actor. Bleibtreu was born in Munich, the son of actors Monica Bleibtreu and Hans Brenner, and the great-grand-nephew of the actress Hedwig Bleibtreu. Bleibtreu grew up in Hamburg. His first appearance on TV was in the late seventies on a children's television series called Neues aus Uhlenbusch, written by his mother Monica and Rainer Boldt. This was followed by a role in Boldt's Ich hatte einen Traum and alongside his mother in the miniseries Mit meinen heißen Tränen. After he left school when he was 16, he lived in Paris and New York City where he attended acting school. In 1992 he began his acting career at the Schauspielhaus in Hamburg. He also had numerous small parts in television productions. His roles include the Gray Ghost in the film Speed Racer, Andreas Baader in The Baader Meinhof Complex, Manni in Run Lola Run, and Tarek Fahd in the psychological thriller Das Experiment.

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Moritz Bleibtreu

Born 1971-08-13 (48 years ago) in Munich, Germany.
Height 173 centimeters.

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
German Film Award - Audience Award for Best Actor/Actress (The Experiment) German Film Awards 2001 2001 The Experiment
German Film Award for Best Actor (The Experiment) German Film Awards 2001 2001 The Experiment
German Film Award for Best Supporting Actor (Knockin' on Heaven's Door) German Film Awards 1997 1997 Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
European Film Award for Best Actor (The Baader Meinhof Complex) European Film Awards 2009 2009 Baader Meinhof Komplex
German Film Award for Best Actor (Atomised) German Film Awards 2006 2006 Atomised
German Film Award - Audience Award for Best Actor/Actress (The Experiment) German Film Awards 2001 2001 The Experiment
German Film Award for Best Actor (The Experiment) German Film Awards 2001 2001 The Experiment
European Film Awards Audience Award for Best Actor (The Experiment) European Film Awards 2001 2001 The Experiment
German Film Award for Best Supporting Actor (Knockin' on Heaven's Door) German Film Awards 1997 1997 Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Relationships
Name From To Relationship type
Clarice de Castro(Sambo) Sambo
Child

David Bleibtreu

Sibling

Cilli Drexel

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Moritz Bleibtreu (born August 13, 1971) is a German actor. Bleibtreu was born in Munich, the son of actors Monica Bleibtreu and Hans Brenner, and the great-grand-nephew of the actress Hedwig Bleibtreu. Bleibtreu grew up in Hamburg. His first appearance on TV was in the late seventies on a children's television series called Neues aus Uhlenbusch, written by his mother Monica and Rainer Boldt. This was followed by a role in Boldt's Ich hatte einen Traum and alongside his mother in the miniseries Mit meinen heiÃ?en Tränen. After he left school when he was 16, he lived in Paris and New York City where he attended acting school. In 1992 he began his acting career at the Schauspielhaus in Hamburg. He also had numerous small parts in television productions. His roles include the Gray Ghost in the film Speed Racer, Andreas Baader in The Baader Meinhof Complex, Manni in Run Lola Run, and Tarek Fahd in the psychological thriller Das Experiment.

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