Hannes Hellmann

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Hannes Hellmann (born October 25, 1954 in Berlin ) is a German actor and radio play speaker .


After a discontinued German studies course, an interlude as a guitar teacher, songwriter, cabaret artist and training as an actor at the Berlin University of the Arts (until 1980), Hannes Hellmann was part of the ensemble of the Theater an der Ruhr for twelve years . An engagement at the Thalia Theater Hamburg followed until 1989 , since then he has been seen more and more in film and television productions (for example in Speer and Er as Hermann Göring ).

Important radio play and audio book works by Hellmann include The Death of Virgil ( NDR 2004), The Measurement of the World (NDR 2007) and Oliver Twist (HV 2005).

From 2001 to 2005 Hannes Hellmann was a member of the Münchner Kammerspiele ensemble . In Nuremberg: Goering's Last Stand (Nuremberg: Goering's Last Stand; GB, 2006) , he played Hitler's deputy.

He can be seen as a clown in the internet project Die Ehrlichen . In the comedy web series “Wolfgang - The Man for Sin” (produced by Joachim Jung ) he plays a priest who takes confession from his believers in a container.

In autumn 2013, he took on the role of Chief Police Officer Wolf Haller in the ZDF television series Notruf Hafenkante .


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