Claus Fuchs

Claus Fuchs



Claus Fuchs is a German actor best known for his roles in The Reader, Inglorious Basterds, and The Promise. He was born in Munich in 1972, and grew up in a small Bavarian village. He discovered acting at an early age and attended the prestigious Max Reinhardt Drama School in Vienna.

Fuchs made his film debut in the German drama, The Reader (2008). He played Karl, a young man who is seduced by a mysterious woman. The film was an international success and was nominated for five Academy Awards.

In 2009, Fuchs starred in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds. He played a German soldier who defies orders and saves a Jewish family from certain death. His performance was praised by critics and earned him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the German Film Awards.

Fuchs’ most recent role was in the historical epic, The Promise (2016). He played the role of a young German soldier fighting in World War I. He was praised for his powerful performance and was nominated for Best Actor at the German Film Awards.

In addition to his film roles, Fuchs has also appeared in several television series. He was a regular on the German series, Der Kriminalist, and also starred in the hit drama, Tatort.

Claus Fuchs is a highly respected actor in Germany. His performances have been praised for their depth and complexity, and he has been nominated for several awards. He continues to work in film, television, and theatre, and is one of the most sought-after actors in Germany.


April 16, 1943

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