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Jürgen Vogel in February 2010
Jürgen Peter Vogel
29 April 1968
|Occupation||Actor, screenwriter, film producer and singer|
Jürgen Peter Vogel (German pronunciation: [ˈjʏʁɡn̩ ˈpeːtɐ ˈfoːɡl̩] ; born 29 April 1968, in Hamburg) is a German actor, screenwriter, film producer and singer. One of the most successful character actors in German cinema, he first broke out in 1992 with his role in Little Sharks .
Jürgen Vogel is the son of a Hamburg waiter and a housewife. He worked as a child model, later had various jobs and visited the Munich drama school for one day. [ citation needed ]In 1985 he moved to Berlin, where he shared a flat with German actor Richy Müller. He states that he was inspired by the movie Taxi Driver , starring Robert De Niro. He became famous with the movie Little Sharks (German: Kleine Haie) in 1992. He won the Silver Bear award in 2006 for his work as an actor, co-author, and co-producer for the film The Free Will (German: Der freie Wille). Vogel has a daughter, Maria (born 1988), from a previous relationship and is married to Madeleine Sommerfeld.
|1989||Bumerang-Bumerang||Pit Malek||Hans W. Geißendörfer|
|1992||Little Sharks||Ingo Hermann||Sönke Wortmann|
|1993||Violence: The Last Resort||Martin||Rainer Kaufmann||TV film|
|1994||Wachtmeister Zumbühl||Albin||Urs Odermatt|
|1995||Silent Night||Frank||Dani Levy|
|1996||Sexy Sadie||Edgar||Matthias Glasner|
|1997||Smilla's Sense of Snow||Nils Jakkelsen||Bille August|
|1997||Life is All You Get||Jan Nebel||Wolfgang Becker|
|1997||The Pharmacist||Levin Graber||Rainer Kaufmann|
|1998||Der Pirat||Jan||Bernd Schadewald||TV film|
|2000||Das Phantom||Leo Kramer||Dennis Gansel||TV film|
|2000||Angry Kisses||Father Bachman||Judith Kennel|
|2001||Emil and the Detectives||Max Grundeis||Franziska Buch|
|2001||Sass||Erich Sass||Carlo Rola|
|2002||Nogo||Tom||Sabine Hiebler, Gerhard Ertl|
|2002||Shattered Glass||Jesko||Chris Kraus|
|2003||Mein Name ist Bach||Frederick the Great||Dominique de Rivaz|
|2003||Rosenstraße||Arthur von Eschenbach||Margarethe von Trotta|
|2003||Good Bye Lenin!||(cameo)||Wolfgang Becker|
|2006||The Free Will||Theo Stoer||Matthias Glasner|
|2006||Emma's Bliss||Max||Sven Taddicken|
|2006||A Friend of Mine||Hans||Sebastian Schipper|
|2006||Where Is Fred?||Alex||Anno Saul|
|2007||Rabbit Without Ears||as himself||Til Schweiger|
|2007||Die Schatzinsel||Israel Hands||Hansjörg Thurn||TV film|
|2008||The Wave||Rainer Wenger||Dennis Gansel|
|2009||Gravity||Vince Holland||Maximilian Erlenwein|
|2009||12 Winter||Mike Roth||Thomas Stiller|
|2011||Hotel Lux||Siggi Meyer||Leander Haußmann|
|2013||Das Adlon. Eine Familiensaga||Siegfried von Tennen||Uli Edel||TV miniseries|
|2013||Sources of Life||Erich Freytag||Oskar Roehler|
|2014||Tour de Force|
|1996||Polizeiruf 110: Kleine Dealer, große Träume||Atze Pöhlein|
|2002||Tatort: Flashback||Rudi Eltmann|
|2004||Tatort: Der vierte Mann||Harry Wolter|
|2005||Tatort: Wo ist Max Gravert?||Roman Mielcke|
|2016||Nachtschicht : Ladies First||Jacky Herbst|
|2018||The Team||Gregor Weiss|
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