Thomas Fritsch

German native speaker Thomas Fritsch, film dubbing artist, voice actor for advertisements

Genre:
Popular Voices, Voice actor, Native speaker, Imagefilm, Audio books & drama, Computer games
Age:
from 45 to 60 years
Main language:
German
Pitch of voice:
deep, dynamic, multi-faceted, powerful, sonorous, striking, very manly, very striking, warm
Application:
Film, TV, Advertising, Radio, Documentary
Country:
Germany
 

Thomas Fritsch - Auditions

Thomas Fritsch - Film dubbing Russel Crowe German
Thomas Fritsch - Film dubbing Herr der Ringe
Thomas Fritsch - Film dubbing film
Thomas Fritsch - Report Homöopathie
Thomas Fritsch - Funny film
Thomas Fritsch - Reading Pflaumenmund
Thomas Fritsch - Reading Rotkäppchen
 

Thomas Fritsch - Videos

Thomas Fritsch - Film dubbing Ice Age Diego
Thomas Fritsch - Film clip Das Wunderauto
Thomas Fritsch - Film dubbing Muppets Die Schatzinsel
Thomas Fritsch - Film clip Der Wixxer
 
 

Thomas Fritsch - is/was dubbing voice of:

Russell Crowe; William Hurt; Jeremy Irons; Tim Curry; Kris Kristofferson; Burt Reynolds; Jeff Bridges; André Dussollier; Bob Hoskins; Sidney Pollack; Peter Coyote; Denis Leary; Norm Macdonald; Liam Neeson; Christopher Walken; Fred Ward; Armand Assante; Marlon Brando; Jim Broadbent; Richard Chamberlain; Kim Coates; Robert Coleby; Jim Cummings; Russell T.; Alain Delon; Gérard Depardieu; Danny Elfman; Russell Crowe; Homayoun Ershadi; Nicholas Farrell; William Hurt; Robert Forster; Andy Garcia; Roland Giraud; Andy Griffith; Johnny Hallyday; Ed Harris; Dan Hedaya; W. Hurt; David Hemmings; John Hurt; David Hyde Pierce; Eric Idle; Boris Karloff; Stacy Keach; János Kulka; Art LaFleur; Russell; Jude Law; Ron Leibman; Hossein Mahjub; Ian McShane; Saurons Mund; Jerry Orbach; Bill Paxton; Oliver Platt; Yves Rénier; Alan Rickman; Russel T..; Maurice Roëves; Alan Rosenberg; T. Fritsch; Geoffrey Rush; David Schofield; Russel M; Bruce Spence; Patrick Stewart; Peter Stormare; Robert Symonds; Keith Szarabajka; Bernard Tapie; Eli Wallach; Jacques Weber; Russell Crowe; Tom Wilkinson; Gregory Alan Williams; Stuart Wilson; William Hurt; Edward James Olmos; Keith David; Bruce Davison; Colm Meaney; Charles Shaughnessy; Michael Siberry;
 

Education: acters training / education in acting with Eduard Marx, Gesang- und Ballettunterricht,

Audio dramers: since 2002 he speaks the narrator of the audio dramer series "The Three investogators" amongst others he speaks this role infront of 12.000 spectators (Live- "Superpapagei" 2004), audio drama "Scared" in the NDR, the series "The Mafia", Pro7/ORF - farytale hours as narrator.

Film/TV: „Julia, Du bist zauberhaft“, „Das schwarz-weiß-rote Himmelbett“, „Das hab ich v. Papa gelernt“, „Derrick“, „Drei sind einer zu viel“, „Rivalen d. Rennbahn“, „Der Wixxxer“ als Earl of Cockwood, „Das verrückte Wunderauto“ als Rasmus, „Das Wunder v. Loch Ness“ als Merlin, „Meine wunderbare Familie“ ZDF

Awards: 1963 und 1989 einen Bambi, Ernst-Lubitsch-Preis (1963) für „Das schwarz-weiß- rote Himmelbett“, Deutscher Preis für Synchron (2002) für „Second Chans- Alles wird gut“

Thomas Fritsch german voice of:

William Hurt (Paul Benjamin) in "Smoke - Raucher unter sich" (1995), William Hurt (Frank Quinlan) in "Michael" (1996), (K.D. Dietrickson) in "Missbrauchte Liebe" (1997), William Hurt (Prof. John Robinson) in "Lost in Space" (1998), (Walter Richmond) in "Do not disturb - Zwei Augen zu viel" (1999), William Hurt (William Blake Pellarin) in "Macht d. Lüge" (1999), William Hurt (Dave) in "Rare Birds - Selten schräge Vögel" (2001), (Marshall) in "Mr. Brooks - Mörder in Dir" (2007), (Gen. Thaddeus Thunderbolt Ross) in "Unglaublicher Hulk" (2008),

Jeremy Irons (Scar) in "König d. Löwen" (1994), Jeremy Irons (Simon Peter Gruber) in "Stirb langsam - Jetzt erst recht" (1995), Jeremy Irons (Profion) in "Dungeons & Dragons" (2000), Jeremy Irons (Valentin Valentin) in "And Now... Ladies and Gentlemen" (2002), Jeremy Irons (Robert Dudley, Graf v. Leicester) in "Elizabeth I." (2005), Jeremy Irons (Tiberias) in "Königreich d. Himmel" (2005), Jeremy Irons (Brom) in "Eragon - Vermächtnis d. Drachenreiter" (2006), Jeremy Irons (Lord Vetinari) in "The Color of Magic" (2008),

Tim Curry (Reverend Ray Porter) in "Faule Tricks und fromme Sprüche" (1988), Tim Curry (Richelieu) in "Drei Musketiere" (1993), Tim Curry (Long John Silver) in "Muppets - Schatzinsel" (1996), Tim Curry (Jezebel Jack) in "Pirat aus d. Vergangenheit" (1999), Tim Curry (Damian Kemp) in "Sorted" (2000), Tim Curry (Professor Oldman) in "Scary Movie 2" (2001),

Russell Crowe (Maximus) in "Gladiator" (2000), Russell Crowe (Terry Thorne) in "Lebenszeichen - Proof of Life" (2000), Russell Crowe (Capt. Jack Aubrey) in "Master & Commander - Bis ans Ende d. Welt" (2003), Russell Crowe (Jim Braddock) in "Das Comeback - Für eine zweite Chance ist es nie zu spät" (2005), Russell Crowe (Ben Wade) in "Todeszug nach Yuma" (2007),

Kris Kristofferson (Owen Whister) in "Blue Rodeo" (1996), Kris Kristofferson (Sheriff Charlie Wade) in "Lone Star" (1996), Kris Kristofferson (Hugh Allison) in "Two for Texas" (1998), Kris Kristofferson (Karubi) in "Planet d. Affen" (2001), Kris Kristofferson (Talon) in "Snow Buddies - Abenteuer in Alaska" (2008),

Burt Reynolds (Carl Henry) in "Driven" (2001), Burt Reynolds (Del Knox) in "Trouble ohne Paddel" (2004), Burt Reynolds (Jefferson Davis Boss Hogg) in "Ein Duke kommt selten allein" (2005), Burt Reynolds (Goldbluth) in "Verbraten und verkauft" (2006), Burt Reynolds (König Konreid) in "Schwerter des Königs - Dungeon Siege" (2007), Burt Reynolds in „Missery“,

Erzähler in "Asterix und Obelix - Mission Kleopatra" (2002),
Katzenkönig in "Königreich d. Katzen" (2002),
Großvater in "Steamboy" (2004),

Jeff Bridges (Capt. Christopher Skipper Sheldon) in "White Squall - Reißende Strömung" (1996), Jeff Bridges (Dr. Mark Powell) in "K-Pax - Alles ist möglich" (2001), Jeff Bridges (Big Z Topanga / Freak) in "Könige d. Wellen" (2007), Richard Pollock) in "Lemming" (2005), Charlie Cassotto Maffia) in "Beyond the Sea" (2004),

Sidney Pollack (Victor Ziegler) in "Eyes Wide Shut" (1999), Sidney Pollack (Marty Bach) in "Michael Clayton" (2007), Sidney Pollack (Toms Vater) in "Verliebt in d. Braut" (2008),

Peter Coyote (Bruce Watts) in "Femme Fatale" (2002), Peter Coyote (Reverend Sullivan) in "Nur mit Dir",

Denis Leary (Diego, d. Säbelzahntiger) in "Ice Age" (2002), Denis Leary (Diego, d. Säbelzahntiger) in "Ice Age 2 - Jetzt tauts" (2006),

Norm Macdonald (Lucky, d. Hund) in "Dr. Dolittle" (1998), Norm Macdonald (Lucky, d. Hund) in "Dr. Dolittle 2" (2001),

Liam Neeson (Aslan) in "Chroniken v. Narnia - König v. Narnia" (2005), Liam Neeson (Aslan) in "Chroniken v. Narnia - Prinz Kaspian v. Narnia" (2008),

Christopher Walken (Mann mit dem Plan) in "Das Leben nach dem Tod in Denver" (1995), Christopher Walken (Graf Cagliostro) in "Das Halsband d. Königin" (2001),

Fred Ward (Agent Ford) in "Außer Kontrolle" (1996), Fred Ward (Darryl Kurtz) in "The Last Ride" (2004),

Armand Assante (Cmdr. D. Towers) in "USS Charleston - Letzte Hoffnung d. Menschheit" (2000),

Marlon Brando (Colonel Walter E. Kurtz) in "Apocalypse Now: Redux" (2001),

Jim Broadbent (Eddie) in "Pride - Das Gesetz d. Savanne" (2004),

Richard Chamberlain (Councilman Mr. Banks) in "Chuck und Larry - Wie Feuer und Flamme" (2007),

Kim Coates
(Erpresser) in "Hostage - Entführt" (2005),

Robert Coleby
(Capt. Philip Horton) in "Phantom" (1996),

Jim Cummings (Steele) in "Balto - Ein Hund mit dem Herzen eines Helden" (1995),

Alain Delon (Julius Caesar) in "Asterix bei den Olympischen Spielen" (2008),

Gérard Depardieu (Polizeikommissar v. Manosque) in "Husar auf dem Dach" (1995),

Danny Elfman (Bonejangles) in "Corpse Bride - Hochzeit mit einer Leiche" (2005),

Homayoun Ershadi (Baba) in "Drachenläufer" (2007),

Nicholas Farrell
(Horatio) in "Hamlet" (1996),

Robert Forster
(Detective Jason Magida) in "Jagd auf den BTK-Killer" (2005),

Andy Garcia (Vicenzo) in "Rosaroter Panther 2" (2009),

Roland Giraud
(Sébastien Roche) in "Sekretärin des Weihnachtsmanns" (1999),

Andy Griffith
(General Rancor) in "Agent 00 - Mit d. Lizenz zum Totlachen" (1996),

Johnny Hallyday
(Milan) in "Das Zweite Leben des Monsieur Manesquier",

Ed Harris (Ludwig van Beethoven) in "Klang d. Stille" (2006),

Dan Hedaya (Gabriel) in "Lebe lieber ungewöhnlich" (1997),

David Hemmings
(Mr. Shermerhorn) in "Gangs of New York",

John Hurt (Mr. Ollivander) in "Harry Potter und d. Stein der Weisen" (2001),

David Hyde Pierce (Dr. Delbert Doppler) in "Schatzplanet" (2002),

Eric Idle
(Slyly, der Fuchs) in "Rudolph mit d. roten Nase" (1998),

Boris Karloff
(Dr. Charles Gaudet) in "Teufelsinsel" (1939),

Stacy Keach
(Cmdr. Malloy) in "Flucht aus L.A.",

János Kulka (László Molnár) in "Sunshine - Ein Hauch v. Sonnenschein" (1999),

Art LaFleur (Red Sweeney) in "(K)ein Vater gesucht" (1995),

Jude Law (Stimme v. Lemony Snicket) in "Lemony Snicket - Rätselhafte Ereignisse" (2004),

Ron Leibman
(Senny) in "Auto Focus" (2002),

Hossein Mahjub (Vater) in "Die Farben des Paradieses" (1999),

Ian McShane
(Tai Lung) in "Kung Fu Panda" (2008),

Saurons Mund
in „Herr der Ringe: Rückkehr des Königs“,

Jerry Orbach
(Lumiere) in "Schöne und das Biest" (1991),

Bill Paxton (Brock Lovett) in "Titanic" (1997),

Oliver Platt
(Rupert Burns) in "200-Jahre-Mann" (1999),

Yves Rénier
(Yvon Radmilo) in "Schutzengel" (1995),

Alan Rickman
(Joe) in "Hilfe! Ich bin ein Fisch!" (2000),

Maurice Roëves (Dafydd) in "The Dark" (2005),

Alan Rosenberg
(Jack Hammer) in "Robots" (2004),

Geoffrey Rush
(Niels) in "Findet Nemo" (2003),

David Schofield
(Erwin v. Witzleben) in "Operation Walküre - Das Stauffenberg-Attentat" (2008), Mund v. Sauron (Extended Edition)) in "Herr der Ringe - Rückkehr des Königs" (2003),

Patrick Stewart
(Der große Prinz) in "Bambi 2 - Herr der Wälder" (2006),

Peter Stormare (Dr. Solomon Eddie) in "Minority Report",

Robert Symonds (Dr. Taney) in "Exorzist - neue Fassung" (1973),

Keith Szarabajka
(Det. Stephens) in "The Dark Knight" (2008),

Bernard Tapie
(Benoît Blanc) in "Männer und Frauen - Eine Gebrauchsanweisung"

Eli Wallach (Tuco) in "Zwei glorreiche Halunken" (1966),

Jacques Weber (Claude) in "Liebe auf Französisch" (2003),

Tom Wilkinson (Pater Matthew Thomas) in "Priester" (1994),

Stuart Wilson
(Bruder Augustus) in "Perfect Creature" (2006),

Serien Thomas Fritsch:

als Russell Crowe in "South Park" (1997-) in Ep. "Die Russell Crowe Show: Russel Crowe - Mit Prügel um d. Welt!",
als Lukas in "Jim Knopf" (2000-01),

Edward James Olmos
(Cmdr. William Adama) in "Kampfstern Galactica" (2003), Edward James Olmos (Cmdr. William Adama "Husker") in "Battlestar Galactica" (2004-),

Richard Chamberlain
(Glen Wingfield) in "Desperate Housewives" (2004-) in Ep. "Treibgut (04.08)",

Keith David
(Goliath) in "Gargoyles - Auf den Schwingen d. Gerechtigkeit" (1994-97),

Bruce Davison (Dr. Brooks) in "Lost" (2004-) in Ep. "2.18 - Dave",

Colm Meaney (Richter Harold Garrett) in "Criminal Intent - Verbrechen im Visier" (2001-) in Ep. "Im Sumpf des Verbrechens, Teil 1&2 (5.06/5.07)",

Charles Shaughnessy
(Mr. Sheffield) in "Die Nanny" (1993-99),

Michael Siberry
(Martin Hyde) in "Highlander" (1992-98) in Ep. "42"

 
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