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Tom Gerhardt (born 12 December 1957) is a German actor and comedian.



Gerhardt was born in Cologne, and studied German studies and philosophy. After his university studies, Gerhardt worked for German newspaper Express in Cologne. Since the 1990s, he has worked as an actor in different films.


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