Kai Wiesinger

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Kai Wiesinger

Kai Wiesinger (born April 16, 1966 in Hanover, West Germany) is a German actor.


Life and work

Kai Wiesinger began taking private acting lessons as a teenager. After his Zivildienst (he served as a paramedic), he became an acting student in Munich. Since 1992 he has appeared in several German TV shows and motion pictures.

He received a Bavarian Film Award for his role in Sönke Wortmann's Little Sharks in 1992.



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