Armin Rohde, 2016
|Born||4 April 1955|
Armin Rohde (born 4 April 1955) is a German actor and voice actor.
He was born in Gladbeck.
|1992||Schtonk!||SS man||Credited as Armin Rhode|
|1994||Der bewegte Mann||Metzger|
|1997||Life is All You Get||Harri|
|1998||Run Lola Run||Herr Schuster|
|2005||A Sound of Thunder||John Wallenbeck|
|2008||Zwei Weihnachtsmänner||Weihnachtsmann Erwin|
|2010||Jew Suss: Rise and Fall||Heinrich George|
|2003||Das Wunder von Lengede|
|since 2003||Nachtschicht||Erich Bo Erichsen||TV series, 16 episodes|
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