The sexiest man af all times Til Schweiger
Posted 15 December 2010 - 08:46 AM
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Tilman Valentin "Til" Schweiger is a German actor, director, and producer. He is Germany’s most succesful filmmaker and biggest movie star. Since 1968, when the FFA started counting, no other German actor drew more people to the cinemas. He runs his own production company Barefoot Films in Berlin.
As for his personal life: Schweiger was born in Freiburg, West Germany. He married American model Dana Carlson on June 19, 1995. The couple have had four children together: Valentin Florian (b. 1995), Luna Marie (b. 1997), Lilli Camille (b. 1998), and Emma Tiger (b. October 2002). They separated in 2005, but have not divorced.
Posted 15 December 2010 - 08:54 AM
- After studying German at the university for two years to become a teacher, he attended acting lessons at a drama school in Cologne.
- Turned down the role of the German soldier, who shoots Tom Hanks's character (Captain John H. Miller) in Saving Private Ryan (1998) because he had reservations about the role's effect on his image at the American audience.
- Lives in Berlin, Germany (2007).
- First non-Polish actor who received the Best Actor Award at the Polish Film Festival (1998) for his role in Bandyta (1997).
- After the separation from his wife Dana, he moved to Berlin (2006).
- Attended acting lessons at "Der Keller" in Cologne and graduated in 1989.
- His parents both were teachers.
- Although being a box office hit in Germany, his movie Keinohrhasen (2007) wasn't nominated for a German Film Award. The reason for this was that the German Film Academy didn't accept watermarked DVDs for the jury. But Warner Bros. does not distribute copies to juries without anti-piracy measures. Thus, he angrily left the German Film Academy, but finally decided to re-enter some weeks later (2008).
- He runs his own production company Barefoot Films in Berlin.
Posted 15 December 2010 - 08:59 AM
Posted 22 December 2010 - 11:53 AM
Thanks, Herr Schweiger, for who you are, for the thoughts you bring into our minds and for the pleasure we, girls, derive from watching you