Thomas Rauscher (voice actor)
Thomas Rauscher (* in Sankt Peter-Ording ), also Thomas Otto , is a German actor and voice actor .
While studying civil engineering, Thomas Rauscher participated in the student theater that he co-founded. After graduating, he devoted himself to acting and appeared in theaters in Hanover , Celle , Ingolstadt and Bielefeld . He then changed his direction and moved to Munich to hold mortgage seminars. After a while, Rauscher began dubbing at the Bavaria film studios .
His best-known dubbing voices include that of caretaker Willi in the animated series The Simpsons and the role of Yaxley in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 .
- 2000: The Gift - Gary Cole as David Duncan
- 2001: Donnie Darko - Holmes Osborne as Eddie Darko
- 2003: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - Lawrence Makoare as Witch King / Gothmog
- 2004: Howl's Moving Castle - Mark Silverman as King
- 2004: Confessions of a High School Diva - Tom McCamus as Calum Cep
- 2009: Red Sands - JK Simmons as Lt. Col. Arson
- 2010: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 - Peter Mullan as Yaxley
- 2012: Breaking Dawn - Until the End of the Night - Part 2 - Wendell Pierce as J. Jenks
- 2015: Vacation - We're the Griswolds - David Clennon as co-pilot Harry
- 2018: Spirits of Christmas
- 2019: Cats - Ian McKellen as Gus the theater hangover
- 2020: 21 Bridges - Keith David as Deputy Chief Spencer
- 1992-2001: Beverly Hills, 90210 - Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio
- since 1999: The Simpsons - Dan Castellaneta as caretaker Willy (4th voice)
- 2002: Ranma ½ - Kenichi Ogata as Genma Saotome
- 2009: 90210 - Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio
- 2011–2012 / 2014–2016: Game of Thrones - Owen Teale as Alliser Thorne
- 2013–2015: Lilyhammer - Steve Van Zandt as Frank Tagliano
- Sound carrier by Thomas Rauscher in the catalog of the German National Library
- Thomas Rauscher in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Thomas Rauscher in the German dubbing file
- Role overview on cineclub.de
- ↑ a b Paul Griebel: The voice without a face. FAZ.net . June 22, 2014, accessed September 17, 2016.
- ↑ Thomas Rauscher in the speaker agency m-voices . Retrieved September 17, 2016.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Otto, Thomas (pseudonym)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German voice actor|
|DATE OF BIRTH||20th century|