Ron Perlman
Dubbing voice:
- Tilo Schmitz

Ron Perlman & his dubbing voice Tilo Schmitz

Profession: Actor & producer
Birthday: 13.04.1950
Born in: New York City
Nationality: USA
Height: 186cm
Partner: Allison Dunbar
Ex-partner: Opal Stone Perlman

Ronald Francis Perlman's parents, Dorothy and Bertram Perlman, were both of Jewish descent. He grew up in a working-class family and had a simple childhood.
Perlman showed an early interest in acting and appeared in various theater productions during his school years. After graduating from George Washington High School, he studied acting at the University of Minnesota, where he further honed his craft.
In addition to his successful film career, Perlman also has a passion for social commitment. He is actively involved with various charities, including the Make-A-Wish Foundation and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Perlman is also a great animal lover and supports organizations that work to protect animals.
He began his career in the 1970s with appearances in off-Broadway plays and television series. However, his breakthrough came in 1987 when he took on the lead role of Vincent in the TV series "Beauty and the Beast". This role brought him great recognition and established him as a sought-after actor.
In the following years, Perlman appeared in a large number of films and television series. He is particularly well known for his collaboration with director Guillermo del Toro, with whom he made several films, including "Hellboy" (2004) and "Pacific Rim" (2013). Perlman is known for his ability to transform himself into a wide variety of characters and give them depth and complexity.
13 awards & 20 nominations
One of his most notable awards is the Golden Globe Award, which Perlman received in 1989 for his outstanding portrayal of Vincent in the TV series "Beauty and the Beast". He was also nominated several times for the Saturn Award and finally won it in 2005 for his portrayal of Hellboy in the film of the same name. In addition, Perlman received the Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2011 for his performance in the film "Drive".


We have listed some of his best and most famous films and series here:
2023: Day of the Fight
2021: Nightmare Alley
2016: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 
2014-2017: Hand of God (tv series)
2014: Skin Trade
2011: Season of the Witch
2010: Bunraku
2009: The Devil's Tomb
2008-2013: Sons of Anarchy (75 episodes)
2008: Hellboy II: The Golden Army
2006: Stephen King’s Desperation
2004: Hellboy
1998-2000: The Magnificent Seven (22 episodes)
1997: Alien: Resurrection 
1995: The City of Lost Children (La Cité des enfants perdus)
1992: Sleepwalker
1987-1990: Beauty and the Beast (55 episodes)
1986: Der Name der Rose (The Name of the Rose)
1981: In the beginning was the fire (La Guerre du feu)

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