Elmar Wepper

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Elmar Wepper (born 16 April 1944 in Augsburg) is a German actor best known for dubbing Mel Gibson's voice since the 1980s.

His television credits include Der Kommissar , Unsere schönsten Jahre and Zwei Münchner in Hamburg . His film credits include Cherry Blossoms , Café Europa , Lammbock and Dreiviertelmond . He is the younger brother of actor Fritz Wepper.

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