Pierre Sanoussi-Bliss

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Pierre Sanoussi-Bliss.

Pierre Sanoussi-Bliss (born 17 August 1962 in Berlin-Mitte, Berlin, Germany) is a German actor and director. He has appeared in television series and films for over 20 years. His most famous role is Axel Richter in the detective series The Old Fox from 1997. He has also directed a film called Zurück auf Los (2000), for which he was nominated for an award in the International Filmfest Emden. The film was premiered at the 2000 Berlin International Film Festival, was shown at over 60 international film festivals and is available on DVD. Sanoussi-Bliss made a famous speech as the only representative of the media at the 2006 international summit at the German Chancellery.

Sanoussi-Bliss also appears as a voice actor in audio books, such as Salve Roma! by Akif Pirinçci and Was machen wir jetzt? by Doris Dörrie.

Sanoussi-Bliss also works as an honorary ambassador at the Children's Hospice in Mitteldeutschland Nordhausen in Tambach-Dietharz.

Sanoussi-Bliss's life partner is Till Kaposty-Bliss, who works as a graphic designer. Sanoussi-Bliss lives in Berlin. He is 182 centimetres (5.97 ft) tall.

Sanoussi-Bliss was educated in the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts. He played a leading role in Doris Dörrie's 1994 film Keiner liebt mich. As well as The Old Fox, he plays a leading role in the comedy series Alles wird gut.

Nominations[edit]

Emden Film Award (2000)

Selected filmography[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

Sanoussi-Bliss, Pierre and Gilling, Paul: Der Nix. Kato Kunst und Verlag, 2006. ISBN 3-938572-06-X

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