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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.
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.
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