Thomas Groom

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Thomas Bräutigam (* 1958 in Bayreuth ) is a German literary and media scholar .

Bridegroom studied Romance studies , German studies and journalism . In 1995 he was at the University of Berlin with a thesis on Hispanic Studies in the Third Reich doctorate . Thomas Bräutigam became known through his radio play lexicon , the first reference work of its kind after Reclam's radio play guide from 1969.

He is also a specialist in the field of German film dubbing and its speakers. In addition, he put the two extensive books Lexikon der Film- und Fernsehsynchronisation (2001) and Stars and their German Voices. Lexicon of Voice Actors (2009).

Thomas Bräutigam lives as a freelance author in Berlin.


  • Hispanic Studies in the Third Reich. A study on the history of science , dissertation, Berlin 1995 (in print under this title Frankfurt am Main 1997, ISBN 3-89354-865-3 )
  • Lexicon of film and television synchronization. Stars and voices: who is dubbing whom in which film? More than 2000 films and series with their German voice actors , Berlin 2001. ISBN 3-89602-289-X
  • Hörspiel-Lexikon , Konstanz 2005. ISBN 3-89669-698-X
  • Stars and their german voices. Lexicon of Dubbing Speakers , Marburg 2009 ( ISBN 978-3-89472-627-0 ; second, but completely differently conceived, new edition of the Lexicon of Film and TV Synchronization ), 3rd edition 2013
  • Classic of television films , Marburg 2013. ISBN 978-3-89472-859-5
  • Film in the transfer process. Transdisciplinary studies on film dubbing (Ed., Together with Nils Daniel Peiler), Marburg 2015. ISBN 978-3-89472-926-4
  • Classics of the German-language documentary film . Schüren Verlag, Marburg 2019. ISBN 978-3-7410-0322-6

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