Tristano Casanova

Last updated
Tristano Casanova
Born
Tristan Alessandro Casanova

(1983-10-13) October 13, 1983 (age 38)
OccupationActor, voice actor

Tristano Alessandro Casanova (born 13 October 1983) is a German actor and voice actor.

Contents

Early life

Casanova was born in Munich to Italian and American parents.

Filmography

Related Research Articles

Bruno Ganz Swiss actor

Bruno Ganz was a Swiss actor whose career in German stage, television and film productions spanned nearly 60 years. He was known for his collaborations with the directors Werner Herzog, Éric Rohmer, Francis Ford Coppola, and Wim Wenders, earning widespread recognition with his roles as Jonathan Zimmerman in The American Friend (1977), Jonathan Harker in Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979) and Damiel the Angel in Wings of Desire (1987).

Jürgen Prochnow German actor

Jürgen Prochnow is a German film, stage, and television actor. His international breakthrough was his portrayal of the good-hearted and sympathetic U-boat Captain "Der Alte" in the 1981 war film Das Boot.

Gottfried John German actor and voice actor

Gottfried John was a German stage, screen, and voice actor. A long-time collaborator of Rainer Werner Fassbinder, John appeared in many of the filmmaker's projects between 1975 and his death in 1982, including Eight Hours Don't Make a Day, Mother Küsters Goes to Heaven, Despair, The Marriage of Maria Braun, and Berlin Alexanderplatz. His distinctive, gaunt appearance saw him frequently cast as villains, and he is best known to audiences for his role as the corrupt General Arkady Ourumov in the 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye, and for his comedic turn as Julius Caesar in Asterix & Obelix Take On Caesar, the latter for which he won the Bavarian Film Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Tobias Moretti Austrian actor

Tobias Moretti is an Austrian actor.

Katja Flint German actress

Katja Flint is a German actress. She has appeared in over 100 film and television productions since 1982. Among her more notable roles is Marlene Dietrich in the film biopic Marlene (2000).

Ulrich Matthes German actor

Ulrich Matthes is a German actor, possibly best-known for having played Joseph Goebbels in the 2004 film Downfall.

Thomas Fritsch was a German film, television and dubbing actor. He was regarded as the "Sonnyboy" in the German cinema of the 1960s, and became one of the best-known actors by his presence in television series. Later, he was the German voice of Russell Crowe, of Scar in The Lion King, and of Diego, a Smilodon, in Ice Age.

Ursprung Buam is an Austrian folk music trio from Zillertal, Tyrol. One of the most popular touring groups in Austria, Ursprung Buam often tours Germany, many places across the European Union, as well as the Tirolean festival scene. They have had over twenty releases since 1998. Most of these albums have held strong positions on the Austrian popular music charts. The group consists of brothers Martin Brugger and Andreas Brugger and their older cousin, Mannfred Höllwarth. Founded in 1993, the trio is widely considered Austria's number-one folk music group; in 2001, the group won the Austria Music Award - Amadeus in recognition of its status. On March 12, 2011 they performed "Grande Canale" as Musikantenstadl celebrated their 30-year anniversary of being on TV.

Jan Josef Liefers

Jan Josef Liefers, is a German actor, producer, director and musician.

Tom Schilling German actor

Tom Schilling is a German television and film actor.

Burghart Klaußner German actor

Burghart Klaußner is a German film actor. He has appeared in 50 films since 1983. He has also narrated many audiobooks, including Ian McEwan's Solar, and several Ferdinand von Schirach novels.

The World Wrestling Alliance was a New England-based American independent professional wrestling promotion located in Massachusetts, founded by former WWF referee Fred Sparta and his brother Mike in 1996. Fred retired in the year 2000 and the company was taken over by Focal Point Consulting. In October 2010, Mike Sparta inherited the company due to his longtime "partner" Bob Ambrose's death. The company briefly changed its name to World Wrestling Stars in 2009, and then WWA New England a year later. The promotion has been a part of the New England "indy scene" for over 15 years. It has regularly featured "Attitude Era" stars from World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as well as the local talents of the New England wrestling scene.

Ottfried Fischer German actor

Ottfried Fischer is a retired German actor and Kabarett artist best known for his role as Benno Berghammer in the popular German TV series Der Bulle von Tölz. He is a supporter of the Social Democratic Party of Germany.

Christian Tramitz German actor

Christian Tramitz is a German actor and comedian.

Natalia Wörner German actress (born 1967)

Natalia Wörner is a German actress.

Mathias Gnädinger was a Swiss stage and film actor.

Hans Peter Korff German actor

Hans Peter Korff is a German actor.

Mariele Millowitsch German actress

Marie-Luise Millowitsch is a German actor.

Klaus Ofczarek Austrian opera singer and actor

Klaus Ofczarek was an Austrian tenor opera singer and actor.

Anneke Kim Sarnau German actor

Anneke Kim Sarnau is a German theater and movie actor living in Berlin.