Joachim Król at the Berlin Film Festival in 2009
|Spouse(s)||Heidrun Teusner Krol|
Early life and education
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Król is best known as a film and television actor. In 1993, he starred in the film No More Mr. Nice Guy. In the 1998 film, Run Lola Run, Król portrayed the homeless man, Norbert von Au. He is also known for playing Hermann van Pels in the TV film Anne Frank: The Whole Story (2001). Despite his notable cinema and television success, Król returns repeatedly to the stage. Several times he has played in the Bochumer Schauspielhaus and the Schauspielhaus Köln.
Król is married to Heidrun Teusner Król, with whom he has a son, Tom.
- Wherever You Are... (1988) as Eduard
- Deadly Maria (1993) as Dieter
- Maybe, Maybe Not (1994) as Norbert Brommer
- Nobody Loves Me (1994) as Anton
- The Superwife (1996) as Dr. Enno Winkel
- When the Light Comes (1998) as Lars
- Trains'n'Roses (1998) as Hannes
- Run Lola Run (1999) as Norbert von Au
- Gloomy Sunday (1999) as Laszlo
- The Princess and the Warrior (2000)
- Anne Frank: The Whole Story (2001)
- Soundless (2004)
- Silentium (2004)
- The Three Robbers (2007) as Rauber (voice)
- Adam Resurrected (2008)
- Friends Forever (2009) as Waldemer (voice)
- Henri 4 (2010) as Théodore Agrippa d'Aubigné
- Tom Sawyer (2011) as Muff Potter
- Donna Leon (TV series) (2000-2003) Episodes 1, 2, 3 & 4 of the Commissario Brunetti Series as Commissario Brunetti.
- Tatort (crime series) (2011-2015) 7 episodes
- 1994: Won: Bavarian Film Awards, Best Actor 
- 2007: Won: Hessian Film Award, Best Actor, (for Windland)
- "Joachim Król: Karriere zwischen Kneipe und Leinwand".
- "Król, Joachim: Porträt" [Król, Joachim: Portrait] (in German). Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk. 29 April 2004. Archived from the original on 25 September 2009.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
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