Jo Weil

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Jo Weil, 18. Jahre Verbotene Liebe Party, Düsseldorf
This article is about the German actor. For the American poet, see Joe Weil.

Johannes "Jo" Hermann Bruno Anton Weil (born 29 August 1977 in Frankfurt, Germany) is a German actor. He is best known for his role of Oliver Sabel in Verbotene Liebe, on the German soap-opera channel, Das Erste. He plays a young gay waiter, who fell in love with his roommate Christian Mann (played by Thore Schölermann), and with whom he has formed one of the leading couples of the series since 2007. The impact of Christian and Oliver's story has spread outside Germany via the Internet, such as Brazil, the United States, Spain and others countries, even though the series is not broadcast outside of German-speaking countries.

Filmography[edit]

  • Geliebte Schwestern (1997)
  • Der Einstellungstest (1997)
  • Motorradcops (1999)
  • Verbotene Liebe (1999–2002, 2007-)
  • Layla (2001) (short film)
  • Medicopter 117 – Jedes Leben zählt (2002–2004)
  • Warten auf irgendwas (2004) (short film)
  • The Autobahn (2005) (film)
  • 112 - Sie retten dein Leben (2008)
  • Confessions of a Female Killer (2010)
  • Mein drittes Ich - In Serie (2011)
  • At Close Range (2011) (short film)
  • " Tatort" (2012)
  • " SOKO " (2013)

Theatre[edit]

  • Glück auf (2000)
  • Gespenster (2004–2005)
  • Bei Verlobung Mord (2006–2007)
  • Ganze Kerle (Tough Guys) (2007–2009)
  • "Landeier" (2013)

Column[edit]

  • Weil's World in reFRESH (2009-)

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