Martin Wuttke

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Martin Wuttke
Nestroy 2010 (43) Martin Wuttke.jpg
Martin Wuttke, November 2010
Born (1962-02-08) 8 February 1962 (age 52)
Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Occupation Actor, Director
Years active 1991–present
Spouse(s) Margarita Broich
Children 2

Martin Wuttke (born 8 February 1962) is a German actor and director who reached international recognition for his portrayal of Adolf Hitler in the 2009 film Inglourious Basterds.

Life and career[edit]

Wuttke began his actor training at the college theater in Bochum and then changed to the Westphalian Drama School in Bochum (Bochum today drama school). He played in numerous German-speaking stages: Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin, Berliner Ensemble, Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz, Schiller Theater in Berlin, Deutsches Theater Berlin, Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg, Theater of West Berlin, the Thalia Theater of Hamburg, Stuttgart State Theater, Freie Volksbühne Berlin, Schauspielhaus Frankfurt am Main, Schauspielhaus Zürich (CH) and at the Burgtheater in Vienna (AT), where he has been a director and a member of the ensemble since 2009.

Wuttke lives with actress Margarita Broich with two children.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Film Role
Die Unberührbare (2000) Imbissverkäufer
Delusion (2002) Robert Bergmann
Rosenstrasse (2003) Joseph Goebbels
Hamlet X (2003) Claudius
Call Me Agostino (2006) Agostino Stone
Detektive oder Die glücklosen Engel der inneren Sicherheit (2006)
Weisse Lilien (2007) Hauks
Delta (2008)
Inglourious Basterds (2009) Adolf Hitler
Hanna (2011) Knepfler
Cloud Atlas (2012) Mr. Boerhaave/Guard/Leary the Healer
A Most Wanted Man (2014)
Fever (2014)

Television[edit]

Film Role
Moskau - Petuschki (1991) Jerofejev Venedikt
Die Bernauerin (1997) Mönch
Tatort (9 episodes, 1998–2009) Andreas Keppler
Geiselfahrt ins Paradies (1998)
Dämonen (2000) Nikolai Wsewolodowitsch Stawrogin
Bella Block (1 episode, 2000) Wolfgang Krauss
Hand in Hand (2001) Peter Plachotny
Liebesau - die andere Heimat (3 episodes, 2002) Schorsch Schönstein
Die Tote vom Deich (2006) Manuel Bove

Awards[edit]

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