Heino Ferch’s Children: Full Details

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Heino Ferch can be described as a German film, theatre and television actor. Heino Ferch was born on August 18, 1963, and even though he has played roles in different films, he is widely known for the roles he played as Albert Speer in Downfall (2004) and Harry Melchior in The Tunnel (2001).

Heino Ferch was born to a merchant sea captain. While in grammar school, Heino Ferch made an appearance on stage when he was fifteen years old. He was a member of the stage ballet company and in the musical Can-Can, Heino Ferch performed the tumbling acrobatics at the Stadttheater Bremerhaven.

It must also be noted that Heino Ferch traveled through Europe as a federal member of the National League of Gymnastics. He had his education at the University of Music and Performing Arts “Mozarteum” in Salzburg, Austria and graduated in 1987. He read drama, tap dancing, ballet, and singing. Ferch can speak German and English fluently, as well as some French.

Some of the films Heino Ferch has featured in include 1988: Schloß Königswald [de] – Funker, 1990: Wedding [de] – Klaus, 1991: Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue – Müller, 1991: Death Came As a Friend (TV film) – Korten, 1992: All Lies [de] – Representative, 1993: Gefährliche Verbindung (TV film) – Andy, 1994: Lauras Entscheidung (TV film) – Galreith, 1995: Küß mich! – Johannes, 1996: The Ogre – SS-Officer Raufeisen, 1997: Life Is All You Get – Hoffmann, 1997: Lucie Aubrac – Barbie, 1997: Winter Sleepers – Marco, 1997: The Harmonists – Roman Cycowski, 1998: Widows – Erst die Ehe, dann das Vergnügen – Vince Travelli and 1998: Four for Venice – Nick.

Others are 2013: Hotel Adlon: A Family Saga [de] (TV miniseries) – Louis Adlon, 2013: Where Friendship Ends [de] (TV film) – Peter Staude, 2013: The Wagner-Clan [de] (TV film) – Houston Stewart Chamberlain, 2014: Sarajevo – Dr. Herbert Sattler, 2014: Tigers – Michael, 2014: Suite Française – Major, 2014: The Penguins of Madagascar – Agent Classified (voice, German version), 2015: Death of a Girl [de] (TV film) – Simon Kessler, 2015: Mara and the Firebringer – Dr. Thurisaz, 2015: Unterm Radar (TV film) – Heinrich Buch, 2016: Fritz Lang [de] – Fritz Lang, 2016: Conni & Co – Schuldirektor, 2017: Coco – Ernesto de la Cruz (voice, German version) and 2018: Hot Dog – Hedmann

Over the years, Heino Ferch has also won some awards. Some of these awards are the Adolf Grimme Award for series/miniseries (A Light in Dark Places / Das Wunder von Lengede), the Bambi Award for the national film (Downfall), the Bambi Award for TV event of the year (A Light in Dark Places / Das Wunder von Lengede), 1997 Special Award (The Harmonists / Comedian Harmonists), Bavarian TV Award (Der Tunnel), Golden Camera (Der Tunnel) and Jupiter Award (The Wall – Berlin ´61).

Heino Ferch’s Children

Heino Ferch has a daughter with Dr. Julia von Pufendorf, the daughter of the former under-secretary of state for cultural affairs for the city of Berlin. Their daughter is Louisa and she was born in 2000.

Heino Ferch also fathered a daughter called Ava Vittoria Mercedès with Marie-Jeanette Steinle. Ava Vittoria Mercedès was born on November 10, 2008. Heino Ferch and Marie-Jeanette Steinle also had a son, Gustav Theo Cian on November 4, 2013. The youngest son of Heino Ferch is Karl who was born in August 2021.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heino_Ferch

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