Bob Hiltermann

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Bob Hiltermann
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Born (1952-08-01) August 1, 1952 (age 61)
Germany

Bob Hiltermann is a German-born deaf actor and drummer for Beethoven's Nightmare. He appeared in the film Children of a Lesser God and portrays Walter Novak on the television drama All My Children. Hiltermann is one of the subjects of See What I'm Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary.[1]

Filmography[edit]

  • Hamill, the Movie (2010) (Feature Movie) Purdue Professor
  • The Heart of a Drum Machine (2009) (Documentary Film) Himself
  • See What I'm Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary (2009) (Documentary Movie) Himself
  • Children of a Lesser God (1986) (Feature Movie) Orin Dennis

Television[edit]

  • Cold Case (2008) (CBS Series) Guest Star
  • All My Children (2007) (ABC Series) Walter Novak
  • Through Deaf Eyes (2007) (PBS) Himself
  • Sirens (1995) (UPN Series) Guest Star
  • Playboy: Erotic Fantasies (1992) (Playboy Channel) Himself
  • Tin Men (1990) (CBS TV Movie) Secret Agent
  • Bridge to Silence (1989) (CBS TV Movie) John Lawrence
  • Entertainment Tonight (1985) (CBS) Himself

Other works[edit]

  • He is a star and executive producer in Shut Up and Sign, an educational sign language series.
  • He is a drummer for the all-deaf rock band Beethoven's Nightmare.
  • He is one of the founding members of the award winning Deaf West Theatre in Hollywood.
  • He toured with the internationally critical acclaimed deaf musical theatre, MUSIGN.

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