André Hennicke

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André Hennicke
Born (1958-09-21) 21 September 1958 (age 58)
Johanngeorgenstadt, East Germany
Occupation Actor
Years active 1984-present

André Hennicke (born 21 September 1959) is a German actor.[1] He has appeared in more than one hundred films since 1984.

Hennicke was born in Johanngeorgenstadt in Saxony. He was awarded a German television award for best actor for Something to Remind Me in 2002. He has appeared in the 2004 film Downfall as SS General Wilhelm Mohnke, 2005's Sophie Scholl – The Final Days as infamous Nazi judge Roland Freisler, and the 2005 docudrama Speer und Er as Nazi leader Rudolf Hess. In 2009, he appeared as one of the primary antagonists in science-fiction thriller Pandorum, portraying the leader of a group of genetically mutated human-hybrids. In 2015 in Buddha's Little Finger plays role of Vasily Chapayev.

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Downfall General Wilhelm Mohnke
2005 Sophie Scholl – The Final Days Roland Freisler
Antibodies Gabriel Engel
Speer und Er Rudolf Hess
2006 The Free Will Sascha
Eduart Christoph
2007 Youth Without Youth Josef Rudolf
2008 Buddenbrooks Gosch
Jerichow Leon
2009 The Countess Andreas Berthoni
Sometime in August Friedrich
2010 The Albanian Pharmacist
2011 205 – Room of Fear Commissioner Urban
A Dangerous Method Eugen Bleuler
2014 The Wonders Adrian
2015 Victoria Andi
Buddha's Little Finger Vasily Chapayev
2016 Jonathan Burkhard
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Something to Remind Me Thomas Richter


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