|Volker Bruch Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 8 in|
|Date of Birth||March 9, 1980|
Volker Bruch who is a German television and film actor gained fame for his role in the TV series named Babylon Berlin in 2017 as Gereon Rath, an inspector. He is also known for his role in The Baader Meinhof Complex (2008) and Generation War (2013). He is an achiever of several awards like Golden Camera Award for being the Best German Actor for ‘Babylon Berlin’ which he won in 2018. He was also nominated for the Best Actor (which he shared with Tom Schilling) in 2013 and Best-Supporting Actor in 2007 at the German Television Awards.
Bruch attended high school in Munich and did graduation with a Master’s degree in Fine Arts (2001-2004) from Max Reinhardt Seminar (drama school), part of the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria.
Television and film Actor
- Siblings – Bruch has 5 siblings.
Tavistock Wood Management is managing Bruch.
5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
73 kg or 161 pounds
Girlfriend / Spouse
Volker has dated –
- Miriam Stein (2009-Present) – Volker is in a relationship with an Austrian-Swiss television and film actress, Miriam Stein since 2009.
Race / Ethnicity
Volker has German ancestry on his father’s side and is of Austrian descent on his mother’s side.
Volker has not endorsed any brand until now.
Best Known For
- Playing Gereon Rath in the crime-thriller TV series Babylon Berlin (2017)
- His role as Wilhelm Winter in TV drama titled Generation War (2003)
Volker Bruch’s first feature film appearance was in the movie Getting a Life in 2003.
First TV Show
In 2002, his first TV show appearance occured in the comedy show Vater wider Willen.
Volker Bruch Facts
- Volker Bruch has dual citizenship of Austria and Germany.
- Volker danced a lot as well as used his grandfather’s razor to get ready for his role for Babylon Berlin.
- He started his acting career in 2002.
- Bruch had given his voice in a documentary film Radical Evil (2013).
- Visit his official website @ volkerbruch.com.
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