Stefan Kurt

Stefan Kurt is a dramatic actor from Switzerland recognized for his roles in thriller and crime television series and films. After his first major film role as Karl in the 1997 drama "Martha's Garden", He continued ... Read more »
Born: 10/22/1959

Filmography

Actor (23)

Desaster 2015 (Movie)

(Actor)

Dreileben: One Minute of Darkness 2015 (Movie)

(Actor)

Lovely Louise 2013 (Movie)

(Actor)

Fame 2012 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Foster Boy 2012 (Movie)

Bösiger (Actor)

Dreileben: Don't Follow Me Around 2011 (Movie)

Molesch (Actor)

Ein Tick anders 2011 (Movie)

(Actor)

Dreileben: Beats Being Dead 2010 (Movie)

(Actor)

Giulias Verschwinden 2009 (Movie)

(Actor)

My Fuhrer 2009 (Movie)

Albert Speer (Actor)

Four Minutes 2008 (Movie)

Director Meyerbeer (Actor)

Hartz 4.2 2007 (Movie)

Willi (Actor)

Big Girls Don't Cry 2004 (Movie)

Hans (Actor)

The Other Woman 2004 (Movie)

Stefan Schuhmacher / Peter van Hees (Actor)

Birdseye 2002 (Movie)

(Actor)

Frau2 Sucht HappyEnd 2000 (Movie)

Arndt (Actor)

Beresina, or The Last Days of Switzerland 1999 (Movie)

Burki (Actor)

Der Vulkan 1999 (Movie)

Walter Konradi (Actor)

WerAngstWolf 1999 (Movie)

(Actor)

Martha's Garden 1997 (Movie)

Karl Winter (Actor)

Daybreak 1996 (Movie)

Dave Gladbaker (Actor)

Gesche's Poison 1996 (Movie)

(Actor)

Biography

Stefan Kurt is a dramatic actor from Switzerland recognized for his roles in thriller and crime television series and films. After his first major film role as Karl in the 1997 drama "Martha's Garden", He continued working in both film and television, appearing in both series and made-for-television movies. The German film "4 Minutes" remains among Kurt's best known parts. He played Direktor Meyebeer in the drama about a music teacher who gives piano lessons at a women's prison. The film took home several awards, including the 2007 German Film Award for Best feature Film in Gold as well as top honors at the Shanghai and Reykjavik international film festivals, and was released in the United States on April 8, 2008. He was then given the opportunity to move in a different direction, adding a comedic touch to historical figure Albert Speer in the 2007 German film "My Fuhrer" (originally titled "Mein Führer - Die wirklich wahrste Wahrheit über Adolf Hitler"; also known as "Mein Furher: The Truly Truest Truth About Adolf Hitler"). Speer was a German architect who worked for the Third Reich. The film was a satirical comedy about Hitler's preparation for his 1945 New Year's speech, described as combining elements of "Great Dictator" and "The Producers". He continues to appear in television and film projects throughout Germany and abroad.

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