Place of birth: Barcelona, ??Spain
Original name: Daniel C?sar Mart?n Bruhl Gonz?lez Domingo
German actor, which account for 32 years about 50 roles in television series and feature films.
Daniel C?sar Mart?n Br?hl Gonz?lez Domingo (Daniel C?sar Mart?n Br?hl Gonz?lez Domingo) was born June 16, 1978 in the small town Arensh de Mun, Catalonia, Spain (Arenys de Munt, Catalonia, Spain). His father, Hanno Br?hl (Hanno Br?hl), was a German television documentary director and famous, and his mother, a Spaniard by birth, worked as a teacher. Daniel grew up with a brother and sister. Shortly after his birth the family moved to Cologne, Germany (Cologne, Germany), where he grew up and where he attended high school Dreik?nigsgymnasium, one of the oldest in the country, founded in 1450. The house spoke two languages, German and Spanish, and as a result Bruhl speaks German, Spanish, English, French and Catalan. In 2006, he broke up with his longtime girlfriend, actress Jessica Schwarz (Jessica Schwarz), which at one time he was engaged.
Daniel’s acting career began in adolescence, when in 1992 he played in his first television series ‘Freunde f?rs Leben’. This was followed by a three-year break, and in 1995 landed the role of Bruhl Benji (Benji), the kid from the streets, in the soap opera “The Edge of Love ‘(Verbotene Liebe), which, despite the genre, often affects acute and topical issues. This was followed by two dozen roles, mainly in television, until in 2003, Daniel was not offered a role that was his international breakthrough. Bruhl played Alex Kerner (Alex Kerner) in the acclaimed drama “Good bye, Lenin! ‘ (Good Bye Lenin!), Nominated for ‘Golden Globe’ (Golden Globe), who looked at least 6 million moviegoers around the world. This role brought Bruhl European Film Awards (European Film Academy) as ‘best actor’ in 2003. In 2004 he made his debut in the English film ‘Ladies in Lavender’ (Ladies in Lavender, 2004), where Daniel worked with such legends of British cinema, as Judi Dench (Judi Dench) and Maggie Smith (Maggie Smith).
In the same year the actor won the award ‘People’s Choice’ for best actor in a drama ‘Love in Thoughts’ (It. Was n?tzt die Liebe in Gedanken, Eng. Love in Thoughts) and was nominated for the same award for Best Actor in the film ‘Educators’ (it. Die fetten Jahre sind vorbei, eng. The Edukators). Bruhl played Lt. Horstmayera (Lieutenant Horstmayer), a central role in the war drama ‘Merry Christmas!’ (Joyeux No?l, 2005), about the Christmas truce in 1914 between the French, German and British soldiers. In the picture sound three languages, and Bruhl had the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge of foreign languages. In 2006, the young actor was invited to the jury of the Cannes Film Festival Short Film (Cannes Film Festival). In June 2006, he appeared in a cameo in the romantic comedy “2 Days in Paris’ (2 Days in Paris), removed the French actress and director Julie Delpy (Julie Delpy). In September 2006 the Spanish premiere of his film ‘Salvador (Puig Antic)’ (Salvador (Puig Antich)), which was shown at Cannes. In the film, he played Salvador Puig Antich, 25-year-old Catalan anarchist who was executed during the regime of Franco (Franco) in 1974. In 2007, he appeared in a small role in the film ‘The Bourne Ultimatum’ (The Bourne Ultimatum).
In the children’s film ‘Krabat’ (Krabat), a German which premiered October 9, 2008, Daniel played Tondo (Tonda); in ‘Inglourious Basterds’ (Inglourious Basterds) Quentin Tarantino (Quentin Tarantino) – Frederick Zoller (Frederik Zoller), a German war hero. He and his colleagues have received a SAG Award for the United States ‘best cast in the feature film’ (Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture).
In 2011, the screens are located immediately 5 films with the participation of the German actor.
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