Til Schweiger

Movie Actor

Til Schweiger was born in Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Württemberg, Germany on December 19th, 1963 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 59, Til Schweiger biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
December 19, 1963
Nationality
Germany
Place of Birth
Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Age
59 years old
Zodiac Sign
Sagittarius
Networth
$30 Million
Profession
Actor, Film Actor, Film Director, Film Editor, Film Producer, Model, Screenwriter, Stage Actor, Television Actor
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Til Schweiger Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Dana Carlsen, ​ ​(m. 1995; div. 2014)​
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4 (including Luna, Lilli and Emma)
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Til Schweiger Career

Schweiger's debut as a producer and (uncredited) director came in 1997 with Knockin' on Heaven's Door. He also directed and produced Der Eisbär (The Polar Bear) in 1998. Schweiger won a Bambi Award for Barfuss (Barefoot) in 2005, which he wrote, directed, and starred in. He also won a Bambi for his lead role in Traumschiff Surprise – Periode 1. In 2007, Keinohrhasen (this literally translates to "no ear rabbit" while the English title is Rabbit Without Ears), written, produced, and directed by Schweiger, became the most successful film in German theaters with a box office result of USD 62,000,000. The film won a Bambi, a Bavarian Film Award, the German Comedy Award, two DIVA Awards, a Jupiter Award and the Ernst Lubitsch Award. The sequel, Zweiohrküken (Rabbit Without Ears 2, literally "two ear chicks"), was released the following year with over 4.2 million viewers and a box office collection of USD 45,000,000. Schweiger then went on to direct, produce and star in 1½ Knights – In Search of the Ravishing Princess Herzelinde, which also proved a huge cinema hit on its release in 2008.

The movie Kokowääh debuted in German cinemas in February 2011. Schweiger's daughter Emma stars beside him, and the movie is also directed, co-written and produced by him. Schweiger and Emma reprised their roles as Henry and Magdalena, respectively, in its sequel, titled Kokowääh 2. The film was released on 7 February 2013. In 2012 Schweiger made a film alongside his daughter Luna named Schutzengel. In 2013 Schweiger also started to produce commercials with his daughters.(Watchever, VHV Group)

Onscreen, Schweiger first appeared as an actor in 1989 in the TV series "Lindenstraße". His first film role came in 1991 with Manta, Manta. Additional TV and film roles followed, including Der bewegte Mann (Maybe, Maybe Not), Männerpension (Jailbirds), Das Mädchen Rosemarie (A Girl Called Rosemary), Bastard (Bandyta), Der große Bagarozy (The Devil and Ms. D.), Was tun, wenn's brennt (What to Do in Case of Fire?), Les Daltons vs. Lucky Luke, The Red Baron, Wo ist Fred (Where is Fred?), Phantomschmerz (Phantom Pain), Männerherzen (Men in the City), and others.

Schweiger has also appeared as a supporting actor in American films, including Already Dead, King Arthur, In Enemy Hands, Magicians, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life, Driven, SLC Punk!, Investigating Sex, Joe and Max, The Replacement Killers and New Year's Eve. He wore a Nazi uniform for the first time in his career for his role in Inglourious Basterds but, as Quentin Tarantino revealed, "only because his character was killing Nazis."

Schweiger then appeared in the US productions The Courier with Mickey Rourke, This Means War (2012), with Chris Pine and Reese Witherspoon and more recently in 2013 as Darko in The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman with Shia LaBeouf among others. He also made an appearance in 2014's Muppets Most Wanted. His latest big screen appearance was in David Leitch's Atomic Blonde.

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Til Schweiger Awards
  • 1994: Bambi für Der bewegte Mann
  • 1995: Bambi für Jailbirds
  • 1997: Preis des Gdynia Film Festival für Bastard als bester Darsteller
  • 1998: Bravo Otto als bester Schauspieler
  • 1998: Goldene Kamera für Knockin' on Heaven's Door als bester Schauspieler
  • 2003: Hessischer Kulturpreis
  • 2008: Jupiter für Wo ist Fred? als bester deutscher Schauspieler
  • 2008: Ehren-Bravo Otto
  • 2008: Bambi für Keinohrhasen als Film National
  • 2008: Deutscher Comedypreis für Keinohrhasen als beste Kino-Komödie
  • 2009: Jupiter für Keinohrhasen
  • 2009: 2x DIVA-Award für Keinohrhasen
  • 2010: Deutscher Comedypreis für Zweiohrküken als beste Kino-Komödie
  • 2011: Deutscher Comedypreis für die erfolgreichste deutsche Filmkomödie: Kokowääh
  • 2011: Querdenker-Award
  • 2012: Jupiter für Kokowääh als bester Darsteller
  • 2013: Deutscher Comedypreis für die erfolgreichste deutsche Filmkomödie: Kokowääh 2
  • 2015: Romy in den Kategorien beste Regie sowie bester Produzent Kinofilm für Honig im Kopf
  • 2015: Deutscher Filmpreis in der Kategorie Besucherstärkster Film für Honig im Kopf
  • 2015: CIVIS-Publikumspreis für Honig im Kopf
  • 2015: Deutscher Comedypreis für die erfolgreichste deutsche Filmkomödie: Honig im Kopf
  • 2015: Bambi für Honig im Kopf in der Kategorie „Ehrenpreis der Jury"