Rolf Schult

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Rolf Schult (16 April 1927 – 13 March 2013) was a German dubbing actor and real-life actor.[1] He provided the German dub for actor Robert Redford, among many others. Until the film Hannibal he provided the voice for Anthony Hopkins before he was replaced by Joachim Kerzel, and dubbed Patrick Stewart for much of his career.

He has also collaborated with the German trance/techno-band E Nomine on a number of their albums.


  1. ^ Abendzeitung, Germany. "Trauer in Solln: Rolf Schult ist tot". Retrieved 2013-03-15.

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