|May 23, 1967|
|Place of Birth|
Wotan Wilke Möhring (born May 23, 1967) is a German actor.
He grew up in Herne. His father was an Army officer and his mother worked as a teacher. He has a sister and two brothers. One of them, Sönke Möhring is also an actor.
After receiving a Waldorf education in Herne and finishing high school with the Abitur diploma, he took vocational training to become electrician, but then worked as club owner, doorman and model. He studied Communication at the Berlin University of the Arts, joined actors workshops in Cologne and Los Angeles and lived for two years in New York City. He was also an Army officer for two years.
Together with Gabi Delgado-López, Möhring founded the band DAF/DOS. Furthermore, he produced soundtracks.
Möhring had his first screen appearance in the 1998 TV-movie Die Bubi-Scholz-Story, a bio-pic about a German boxer, which also featured Benno Fürmann and Götz George. Since then he has played in over 90 German film and television productions and has received numerous prizes, including the German Television Prize as Best Actor in 2012. He starred in the German film Der letzte schöne Tag which was awarded a Grimme Prize in 2013. He played the lead role in a short film directed by Max Zähle, which won a Student Academy Award in 2011 and was nominated for an Oscar in 2012. He had a small role in the international film production of 2008 titled Valkyrie about the plot to assassinate Hitler on 20 July 1944.
|Height||6 ft 1 in / 184 cm|
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|Race / ethnicity||White|