Place of Birth: Boll-Eckwälden, Württemberg, Germany
Martin Semmelrogge is a German actor who was born on December 8, 1955 in Boll-Eckwälden, Germany. He is known for his versatile roles in film and television productions.
Semmelrogge began his acting career in the 1970s and quickly gained notoriety for his role as a master swimmer in the cult film "Das Boot" (1981). His impressive portrayal of a young sailor earned him international recognition and established him as a sought-after actor.
He continued his career with numerous appearances in German film productions and worked with renowned directors such as Wolfgang Petersen and Til Schweiger. His notable films include "Das Boot ist voll" (1981), "Das Wunder von Bern" (2003) and "Der Schuh des Manitu" (2001).
Semmelrogge has also appeared in television series, including "Tatort" and "Der Bulle von Tölz." He has earned a reputation as a character actor and is known for his ability to convincingly portray both dramatic and comedic roles.
In addition to his work as an actor, Semmelrogge is also a voice actor and lends his voice to various characters in animated films and series.
With his many years of experience and versatile talent, Martin Semmelrogge has established himself as one of the best-known German actors. His presence on screen and television is appreciated by audiences and critics alike, and his contribution to the German film industry is unmistakable.
Role: Der scharfe Eddie
Role: Ario, second Night watch Officer