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|Verbotene Liebe character|
|Portrayed by||Till Demtrøder|
|First appearance|| Episode 3817 |
April 8, 2011
|Last appearance|| Episode 4594|
October 27, 2014
|Created by||Julia Meimberg|
Thomas Wolf is a fictional character of the German soap opera Verbotene Liebe (Forbidden Love). He has been portrayed by Till Demtrøder from April 8, 2011 to October 27, 2014.
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Verbotene Liebe is a German television soap opera created by Reg Watson for Das Erste. The show is set primarily in the German city of Düsseldorf although, at times, the city of Cologne and the Spanish island of Majorca have figured prominently in the show's story lines. First broadcast on 2 January 1995, Verbotene Liebe was originally broadcast in 24-minute episodes, five times a week. It expanded to 45-minute episodes on 21 June 2011 and trimmed back to 40-minute episodes on 23 January 2012 to accommodate an adjusted time-slot. In 2006, Pay-TV network Passion began broadcasting episodes of the show from the beginning.
Thomas Wolf is the spouse of Viktoria Wolf. Thomas is the father of Marlene Wolf and Dana Wolf and the legal father of Kim Wolf.
Viktoria Wolf is a fictional character of the German soap opera Verbotene Liebe . She has been portrayed by Patricia Schäfer from April 8, 2011, to October 7, 2013. The character died in 2013.
Dana Wolf is a fictional character of the German soap opera Verbotene Liebe . She has been portrayed by Diane Willems from 27 January 2011 to 10 September 2014.
Kimberly "Kim" von Lahnstein is a fictional character of the German soap opera Verbotene Liebe . Lisa Tomaschewsky introduced the role on April 13, 2011, but was eventually recast with actress Nicole Mieth, who took over the part on May 10, 2011.
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