About Actor Daniel Brühl

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About Daniel Brühl: Born June 16, 1978 in Barcelona, Spain

Born 1978 in Barcelona as the son of TV-director Hanno Brühl and a Spanish teacher, Daniel Brühl grew up in Cologne. As a child he could already be heard on the radio and as a dubbing actor, and played first small parts on TV. In 1994 he had his debut in Roland Suso Richter’s TV movie „Svens Geheimnis“. His big breakthrough in movies came – after the well-regarded films “No regrets” (2001) and “The White Sound”– with Wolfgang Becker’s towering comedy success “Good Bye, Lenin!”. From the year 2004 on, Daniel Bruehl’s career turned increasingly international: He worked alongside Dames Maggie Smith and Judi Dench in “Ladies in Lavender“, 2004, stood in front of the cameras next to Guillaume Canet, Diane Kruger and Benno Fürmann in the French anti-war film “Merry Christmas”, had in 2006 one of the biggest cinematic successes in Spain with “Salvador”, played a decisive cameo in Julie Delpy’s “2 Days in Paris” – a part he has just repeated in the recently completed sequel “2 Days in New York” – and could be seen in “The Bourne Ultimatum”. He acted in Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” and recently, with Clive Owen, in Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s “Intruders” (2011) as well as in “Eva” (2011), the new film of Spanish director Kike Maíllo. Besides many honours like two German Film Awards, a German Bambi and the Max-Ophüls-Award, Daniel Brühl received in 2005 at the Quai d’Orsay, the French Foreign Ministery, together with Audrey Tautou, the „De Gaulle-Adenauer-Award“ for outstanding merits to German-French relations. Source: Beta Cinema

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