Denzel Washington biography

Denzel Washington grew up in the Bronx, New York. His parents respected in the education on ethics, God and family values, the actor still holds up to and respected. At the age of 14 in his parents divorced and he was taken with his older sister in a boarding school. After high school he studied at Fordham University in 1977 and took his degree in journalism and drama. During his studies he gained first theater experience, and so his career choice was clear: actors. Of course, since the income of a scholarship for the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco came in handy. But after a year he had had enough, he wanted to be an actor.

On the side of George Segal in 1981 he had his first film role in Carbon Copy, but remained largely unnoticed. On stage he was able to celebrate significant successes for his role in the play A Soldier’s Play, he was awarded an Obie (“stage-Oscar”). This award was NBC at him closely and he was bound for the hospital drama St. Elsewhere. With this series he had made the leap up and offers him some fluttered into the house. For director Norman Jewison, he slipped in A Soldier’s Story again in his already rewarded role. In 1987 he took up with director Sir Richard Attenborough of racial segregation in South Africa. For his role of the assassinated civil rights leader Steven Biko in Cry Freedom, he was nominated for an Oscar as best supporting actor.

In Edward Swick’s historical drama Glory Denzel Washington in 1989 to see a slave Tripp. This time the jurors could not help but reward him with the Oscar for best supporting actor, Golden Globe, he took with quite the pass. In 1990, he was as seductive trumpeter in Mo ‘Better Blues talked about. In this film he first met with the black director Spike Lee, with whom he then tackled the thorny 1992 Malcolm X project. The role of the controversial black civil rights care for powerful discussion, but at the same time, the three-hour epic, voted one of the best films of the year. When Oscar and Golden Globe when it was enough only for a nomination.

In the following years, Denzel Washington, a place again and again proved his class. In the John Grisham adaptation The Pelican Brief, he helped Julia Roberts from the terminal and in Philadelphia he stands the Aids Tom Hanks sick to side. The submarine thriller Crimson Tide reveals his flair for Blockbuster, on the other he put the critics in Devil in a Blue Dress satisfied. His next film Courage Under Fire and The Preacher’s Wife almost be described even as a disappointment. 1998 Denzel Washington reported back as a committed fighter in a brutal serial killer traps. That same year, he turns with his friend Spike Lee He Got Game, playing the father of a verknackten basketball talent.

In the thriller The Siege Denzel Washington plays the chief of a task force against terrorism and has to pick a fight with the military acting decisively Bruce Willis. In 1999, he is chained to the bed in The Bone Collector, but it must be the same inexperienced Angelina Jolie to side to make a serial killer. Together with Norman Jewsion then he turns the film The Hurricane. His portrait of the wrongly convicted boxer Rubin Carter marks another milestone in his career. The film has been much debate and was not always well off it. The brilliant portrayal of Rubin Carter Denzel Washington brought a Golden Golbs, when there was only enough for one Oscar nomination. In 2000 he stood for the success of producer Jerry Bruckheimer in Remember the Titans before the camera and it is seen as a coach of a football team.

In 2002 it was finally over, Denzel Washington won the Oscar for best leading role in Training Day. In the film he plays alongside Ethan Hawke a seedy detective that it has brought them to the wrong side of the law. The unusual role of the villain he seemed to be visibly and he delivered a truly outstanding performance. This was followed by a rather mediocre drama John Q, Denzel Washington in the mimed a desperate father who takes in an emergency room hostage to force the operation of his son. In Antwone Fisher Denzel Washington played not only a military psychologist, he also took first place itself on the director’s chair.

After Out of Time, which is about a police chief suspected of murder, Denzel Washington is in two remakes see. The first was the controversial Racheepos Man on Fire, based on the eponymous movie from the 80s. Denzel Washington embodied therein a bodyguard, which makes the kidnapping of a little girl for a campaign of revenge. The political thriller The Manchurian Candidate, finally moved the plot of the original from the 60s in today’s time. It’s about a politician who is remotely controlled by a company. Denzel Washington stars as a Gulf War veteran who comes to the machinations of this track.

In 2006, Denzel Washington will be seen twice in the cinema. In Inside Man – his third collaboration with director Spike Lee – he embodies a police officer again and has to deal with a tricky hostage situation. Later, follow the thriller Deja Vu, Denzel Washington working for the Man on Fire again with director Tony Scott together and hence is hochschraubt expectations. But even his own ambitions as a director does not neglect Denzel Washington. Currently he is filming the drama The Great Debaters, in which he acts, but only behind the camera.

Ute Wieland – Biography and Filmography

Ute Wieland - Biography and Filmography

Ute Wieland – Biography and filmography

  On 8 April 1957 born in Stuttgart in Großbottwar Ute Wieland studied Germanic and theater studies, before enrolling at the Munich Academy for Television and Film.

In her feature film debut of 1989, the turtle was nominated in the same year for the Federal Film Prize. Then Ute Wieland worked mainly on television productions, including the 110-episode Polizeiruf chase (1998), the comedy How to Marry is his boss? (2000) and Italians and other sweets (2004) and the two-parter Miss Texas

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Birgit Minichmayr – Biography and Filmography

Birgit Minichmayr - Biography and Filmography

Birgit Minichmayr – biography and filmography

  Birgit Minichmayr on 3 April 1997 born in the Austrian Linz. She studied at Vienna’s Max Reinhardt Seminar.

1999 she made her debut at the Burgtheater in Vienna – where she is now a member of the ensemble -) as a prostitute in Arthur Schnitzler The Dance of Youth (#.
On the big screen, she was among others in Barbara Albert’s Fallen (2006), Doris Dörrie’s Cherry Blossoms – Hanami (2007) and see in The Downfall (2004), directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel on. On television

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Buket Alakus – Biography and Filmography

Buket Alakus - Biography and Filmography

Buket Alakus – biography and filmography

  Buket Alakus on 1 Born July 1971 in Istanbul and grew up in Hamburg. After her training as a communication specialist at the College of Fine Arts in Berlin, she began in 1996, the graduate film directing at the University of Hamburg. At this time, with key, tango and Kismet short films that aroused the attention of the Desert film production.

Alakus first full-length feature film, the drama Anam, it was also produced by fescue and Stefan Schubert and Ralph came in early 2002 in the

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Daniel Brühl – Biography and Filmography

Daniel Brühl - Biography and Filmography

Daniel Brühl – biography and filmography

  Daniel Bruhl is now certainly one of the most famous German actors in general and the dream of many a mother. As Alex, who brings to life for his mother’s heart disease, the GDR again, Daniel Brühl has played in the hearts of millions of viewers. For his role in Wolfgang Becker’s comedy Good Bye, Lenin! He was awarded the German Film Award in 2004, with Lola as Best Actor and the Audience Award consideration. A remarkable achievement for an actor who became famous without ever having attended

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Gaspard Ulliel – Biography and Filmography

Gaspard Ulliel - Biography and Filmography

Gaspard Ulliel – Biography and filmography

  Gaspard Ulliel was born on 25 November 1984 in Boulogne-Billancourt born. After high school he studied film at the University of Saint Denis. Actually, he had to be director, but even during his study he worked as an actor.

2003 Uliel received for his performance in Embrassez qui vous voudrez (Kiss Me, if you will), the Prix Lumière as Best Young Actor. With the same film, he was also nominated for the César. Another César nomination he received in 2004 for Les égarés.

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Gregor Schnitzler – Biography and Filmography

Gregor Schnitzler - Biography and Filmography

Gregor Schnitzler – Biography and filmography

  Gregor Schnitzler, born 1964 in Berlin, presented in 2002 with tun wenn’s brennt? first as a director of a big movie production before.

The way the film he found already during the study of social and communication sciences at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin. He worked for several years as a still photographer and began his career in 1990 as director of music videos and commercials, from which he realized until 1997 a total of 65 pieces.

1994 Gregor Schnitzler turned

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Larry Clark – Biography and Filmography

Larry Clark - Biography and Filmography

Larry Clark – biography and filmography

  Larry Clark was born in 1943 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. His mother works as a photographer in the field of child and baby photographs. Larry Clark comes from an early age with the artistic and technical sides of the photographic craft in contact. 1963 goes to Larry Clark for the first time in search of their own motives and themes. His first pictures hold on scenes from the daily lives of drug addicts, prostitutes and pimps who met the young photographer in his hometown.

Larry Clark studied

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Rainer Kaufmann – Biography and Filmography

Rainer Kaufmann - Biography and Filmography

Rainer Kaufmann – biography and filmography

  Rainer Kaufmann was on 6 June 1959 in Frankfurt am Main. After his apprenticeship as a carpenter, he earned a degree in Germanic and Film Studies at Goethe University in Frankfurt. Subsequently, he studied directing at the Academy for Television and Film Munich (HFF ).

Even in his eight-minute short film of salt for life (1989), who won the young director the City of Munich, who played Katya Riemann, the main role. In 1995 he lived at the Munich Film Festival his big breakthrough

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Eyal Sivan – Biography

Eyal Sivan - Biography

Eyal Sivan – Biography

  Eyal Sivan was born in 1964 in Haifa. He spent his youth in Jerusalem. There he also began his work as a photographer. In 1985 he emigrated to France and has since lived in Paris. With his move to the French capital, also began his work as a freelance filmmaker and writer.

Sivan’s first film Aqabat Jaber, Passing Through (1987), a documentary about Palestinian refugees, will include awards at the festival Cinéma du Réel in Paris, the Festikon Amsterdam, in Oakland, Belfort and Mannheim.

His

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