Wlaschiha in 2013
20 June 1973
Thomas Wlaschiha (born 20 June 1973) is a German actor and voice actor.Internationally, he is known for his roles as Jaqen H'ghar in the second, fifth, and sixth seasons of the TV series Game of Thrones , as well as Sebastian Berger in the TV series Crossing Lines .
Wlaschiha was born in Dohna, Bezirk Dresden, East Germany. When he was 17 years old, shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall, he traveled to Agawam, Massachusetts, as an exchange student. He remained there for a year, acting in theater and studying English.He also speaks French, Italian, and Russian.
Since 1998, he has played mostly supporting roles in numerous German and international TV and film productions. In his first leading role he portrayed Stephan in the 2000 gay milieu study No One Sleeps.In August 2011, he was cast as the convict and assassin Jaqen H'ghar in Season 2 of the HBO fantasy TV series Game of Thrones , and has reprised his role in Seasons 5 and 6, starting in 2015. For his performance in Game of Thrones he was nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series by the Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2016. Since 2013, he has been starring in the crime series Crossing Lines as Kommissar Sebastian Berger, a German police officer.
On stage, Wlaschiha has performed with the Theater Junge Generation in Dresden from 1996 until 2000, with the Schauspielhaus Zürich in 2002, and with the Schauspiel Frankfurt in 2003. As a voice actor, Wlaschiha is heard in film dubs, audiobooks, and commercials. For some of his international work (e.g., Game of Thrones), Wlaschiha dubs himself in German.
|1999||Ich wünsch Dir Liebe||Nachbar||Television film|
|2000||No One Sleeps||Stefan Hein|
|2001||Enemy at the Gates||Soldier|
|Verliebte Jungs||Oliver||Television film|
|2002||Die Nacht, in der ganz ehrlich überhaupt niemand Sex hatte||Stefan||Television film|
|2003||Fast perfekt verlobt||Nikas Kollege||Television film|
|2004||Pura vida Ibiza||Felix|
|2004||Die Stunde der Offiziere||Hauptmann Axel von dem Bussche||Television film documentary|
|2005||Icon||Mercedes Driver||Television film|
|Munich||News Crew at Fürstenfeldbruck|
|2006||16 Blocks||Bus Passenger|
|2007||My Little Boy||Wolfgang||Short film|
|Fürchte dich nicht||Lt. Falk||Television film|
|2008||Die Gustloff||Bootsmann||Television film|
|2011||Christopher and His Kind||Gerhardt Neddermayer||Television film|
|Who's Watching Who||Thomas||Short film|
|Stilles Tal||Olli Reschke|
|Anonymous||Captain of the Guard (uncredited)|
|Mann kann, Frau erst recht||Moritz Blank||Television film|
|2014||Mr. Turner||Prince Albert|
|2017||Eltern und andere Wahrheiten||Torsten Pfeffer||Television film|
|2018||I krig & kærlighed||Gerhard|
|2019||Saturday Fiction||Saul Speyer|
|2020||Rose Island||Wolfgang Rudy Neumann|
|TBA||Escape to the Sea||Karl||Post production|
|1995||Stubbe – Von Fall zu Fall||Koschi||Episode 1.1: "Stubbes Erbschaft"|
|1996||Max Wolkenstein||Kai||Episode 1.5: "Verbotene Liebe"|
|1997||Mama ist unmöglich||Rico||Episode 1.7: "Mama ahoi!"|
|1998||Der Fahnder||Dieter Feldberg||Episode 8.5: "Direkt ins Herz"|
|2000||Die Cleveren||Jochen||Episode 2.2: "Der Rosenkavalier"|
|Tatort||Lars Kante||Episode: "Das letzte Rodeo"|
|2000–2004||Die Rettungsflieger||Feldwebel Torsten Biedenstedt||14 episodes|
|2003||Die Sitte||Bernd Horsten||Episode 1.2: "Auf gute Nachbarschaft"|
|Unser Charly||Richy||Episode 8.2: "Charly sieht alles"|
|Im Namen des Gesetzes||Tobias Ording||Episode 3.8: "Todesspiel"|
|Küstenwache||Felix Kemper||Episode 6.12: "Entführung auf See"|
|Hallo Robbie!||Horst||Episode 3.1: "In letzter Sekunde"|
|2004||Ein Fall für zwei||Episode 24.2: "Mord aus Liebe"|
|2004, 2007, 2012||In aller Freundschaft||Dr. Daniel Lohmann (season 7 & 9) / Julian Tessner (season 14; uncredited)||4 episodes|
|2006||Unter den Linden – Das Haus Gravenhorst||Hermann Pikeweit||13 episodes|
|SOKO Wismar||Jens Holling||Episode 3.8: "Halbe Volte"|
|Zwei Engel für Amor||Sebastian / Mann (uncredited)||3 episodes|
|2007||GSG 9 – Ihr Einsatz ist ihr Leben||Wetting||Episode 1.9: "Abgewiesen"|
|Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei||Nick Weiss||Episode 22.6: "Stunde der Wahrheit"|
|Unschuldig||Endres||Episode 1.9: "Große Fische"|
|Die Patin – Kein Weg zurück||Lew|
|2009||Wilsberg||Stefan Wehnert||Episode 1.26: "Der Mann am Fenster"|
|Eine für alle – Frauen können's besser||Sebastian Vollenbrinck||19 episodes|
|Ihr Auftrag, Pater Castell||Thomas Welz||Episode 2.2: "Der Schatz des Kaufmanns"|
|2010||Der letzte Bulle||Markus Breckwoldt||Episode 1.2: "Überlebenstraining"|
|The Deep||Arkady||4 episodes|
|The Sarah Jane Adventures||Lt. Koenig||Episodes 4.9 and 4.10: "Lost in Time"|
|2011||Stuttgart Homicide||Benedikt Fahl||Episode 3.9: "Lavendeltod"|
|2012||Leipzig Homicide||Episode 11.12: "Junggesellinnenabschied"|
|2012; 2015–2016||Game of Thrones||Jaqen H'ghar||17 episodes (main seasons 5–6; recurring season 2)|
|2013–2015||Crossing Lines||Sebastian Berger|
|2013||Agatha Christie's Poirot||Schwartz||Episode 13.4: "The Labours of Hercules"|
|2014||Borgia||Philip of Habsburg||Episode 3.13: "1506"|
|2015||Tatort||Thorsten Rausch||Episode: "Borowski und die Kinder von Gaarden"|
|2017||Maigret||Carl Anderson||Episode 2.1: "Maigret's Night at the Crossroads"|
|Schuld nach Ferdinand von Schirach||Kommissar Weinhauer||Episode 2.2: "Anatomie"|
|Dengler||Marius Brauer||Episode 1.3: "Die schützende Hand"|
|2018||Das Boot||Hagen Forster|
|Thanks for the Memories||Justin Beckmann|
|2019||Jack Ryan||Max Schenkel||4 episodes|
|Year Unknown||Volpore||Voltore||Schauspiel Leipzig|
|1999||Drei Schwestern||Tusenbach||tjg, Dresden|
|1999||Bluthochzeit||The Bridegroom||tjg, Dresden|
|2000||Faust ist tot||Donny||TiF, Dresden|
|2001||Tartuffe (Molière)||Valère||Mecklenburg State Theatre, Schwerin|
|2001||Engel der Tankstelle||Marshall||Volksbühne, Berlin|
|2003||Heinrich IV||Mortimer||Schauspielhaus Zürich|
|2005||Maria Magdalena (Hebbel)||Secretary||Schauspiel Frankfurt|
|2006||231 East 47th Street||Andy Warhol||Sophiensæle, Berlin|
|2007||Das ist mein Bett (Franckh)||Phillip||Wechselbad, Dresden|
|2007||Der Freigeist (Schmitt)||Denis Diderot||Wechselbad, Dresden|
|2008||Frühling (Léhar)||Ewald||Volksbühne, Berlin|
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