Michael Mendl

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Michael Mendl
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Mendl in 2010
Born
Michael Sandrock

(1944-04-20) 20 April 1944 (age 76)
OccupationActor
Years active1975–present
Height185 cm (6 ft 1 in)
Website Official Website

Michael Mendl (born 20 April 1944) is a German actor. He has appeared in more than 100 films since 1975. He is best known internationally for his role in Downfall , the 2004 movie about Adolf Hitler's last months in power.

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Selected filmography

Film
YearTitleRoleNotes
1992Leise Schatten
1992Kleine HaieExaminer Essen
1995 Brother of Sleep Nulf
1995Der Mann, der Angst vor Frauen hatteBriefträger
1997 14 Days to Life Viktor Czernetzky
1998Die kleine ZauberflöteMonostatosVoice
1998Assignment BerlinViktor Borokov
1998Die SchläferBjörn
2001WeiserWariat
2001 As Far as My Feet Will Carry Me Dr. Stauffer
2001 Amen. Monsignore Hudal
2002HiçbiryerdeGerhard
2004 Downfall Helmuth Weidling
2004 King Arthur Cerdic German version
2005 Barfuss Heinrich Keller
2010Takiye: Allah yolundaKarl Höffgen
2011 Lilly the Witch: The Journey to Mandolan Nandi
2011WunderkinderAaron Kaplan
2011Männerherzen … und die ganz ganz große LiebeHelmut Ades
2014Father Rupert MayerJacob Rosenberg
2015Halbe BrüderDr. Blöckers
2016Fritz LangAnton Lang
2016Warum Siegfried Teitelbaum sterben mussteSiegfried Teitelbaum
2016 A Cure for Wellness Bartender
TV
YearTitleRoleNotes
1993 Dann eben mit Gewalt Schwarz
2002 John XXIII: The Pope of Peace Domenico Tardini
2003 Mother Teresa of Calcutta Van Exem
2003 Im Schatten der Macht  [ de ]Willy Brandt
2008 Lost City Raiders Cardinal Battaglia
2017-2019 Dark Bernd Doppler (4 episodes)

Awards

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References

  1. "Steckbrief". michaelmendl.de. Retrieved 2 May 2016.
  2. "Awards". michaelmendl.de (in German). Retrieved 2 May 2016.