Peter Kirchberger

German native speaker Peter Kirchberger, film dubbing actor, voice-over artist for advertisements

Genre:
Popular Voices, Voice actor, Native speaker, Audio books & drama, Computer games, Imitation, Singing
Age:
from 40 to 55 years
Main language:
German
Further languages:
English
Dialects:
Hamburg
Pitch of voice:
deep, deep, multi-faceted, powerful, striking, very manly, warm
Application:
Film, TV, Advertising, Radio, Documentary
Country:
Germany
 

Peter Kirchberger - Auditions

Peter Kirchberger - Commercial Gillette German
Peter Kirchberger - Advertising fashion house T & L
Peter Kirchberger - Audio drama Gehirnwäsche
Peter Kirchberger - Reading Die sanfte Falle
Peter Kirchberger - Reading My Lords
Peter Kirchberger - Reading Norwegen
Peter Kirchberger - Song Elvis
 
 

Peter Kirchberger - is/was dubbing voice of:

Elvis Presley; John Candy; Bob Dishy; Pete Sallis; Ed Begley Jr.; Jack Bender; Bruce Campbell; John Cassavetes; Ted Cassidy; Adriano Celentano; Richard Chamberlain; Dabney Coleman; Coluche; Joseph Cortese; Jon Fink; Stephen Fry; Michael Greer; Steve Guttenberg; George Hamilton; Herb Jefferson jr.; Matthew Kimbrough; Little Richard; Calvin Lockhart; Kenneth Mars; Michael McGuire; Dick Miller; Paul Muni; Mitch Pileggi; Mathias Reitz; Michael Richardson; Jason Robards; William Shatner; Otis Young; Adam West; Adam Angeli; David Canary; James Darren; Bruce Davison; Don Gordon; Prentis Hancock; Richart Hunt; Aharon Ipalé; James Luisi; Jeff MacKay; Neil McCarthy; Rudy Ramos; Joe Santos;
 

Education: actors training Freeseschule Hamburg, Höpfnerschule Hamburg as well as Friedrich Schütte Hamburg

Vocals: 450 stage performances of the rock and roll musical "Only You" as Elvis, Ohnsorg Theatre "Große Freiheit Nr. 7" as Jonny Kröger

Theatre selection Peter Kirchberger: Ernst-Deutsch-Theater (Hamburg), Theater im Zimmer (Hambrug), Kammerspiel (Hamburg), Ohnsorg Theater (Hamburg),

TV selection: "Percy Stuart", "Die neuen Leiden des jungen W.", "Keine Angst vor Thomas B."

Audio drama: Series "Barba Pappa"

Miscellaneous: Elvis-Presley impersonator (voice dubbing in the Elvis movies)

Film dubbing direction: Detective Rockford, Magnum, Columbo, Mannix and many more

Advertisement: e.g. Yellow pages, Tchibo, Heiße Hexe, Möbelstadt Wohnschau (approx. 60 radio spots) Heidepark Soltau, Das seltsame Verhalten (cinema spot)

Film dubbing Peter Kirchberger:

Elvis Presley in "Zoff für Zwei" (1967), Elvis Presley in "Nur nicht Millionär sein" (1967), Elvis Presley in "Harte Fäuste, heiße Lieder" (1968), Elvis Presley in "Liebling, lass das Lügen" (1968), Elvis Presley in "Ein Himmlischer Schwindel" (1969), Elvis Presley (Walter Hale) in "Immer Ärger mit den Mädchen" (1969),

John Candy (als Jack Chester) in "Ein Total verrückter Urlaub" (1985), John Candy (Chef vom "The Great Outdoors") in "Shes Having a Baby" (1988), John Candy (Buck Russell) in "Allein mit Onkel Buck" (1989), John Candy (Dennis/Eldona) in "Valkenvenia - Die wunderbare Welt des Wahnsinns" (1991), John Candy (ack Gable) in "Jack allein im Serienwahn" (1991),

Bob Dishy (Sgt. Frederic Wilson) in "Columbo: Blumen des Bösen" (1972), Bob Dishy (Sgt. Jon J. Wilson) in "Columbo: Wenn d. Schein trügt" (1976),

Pete Sallis (Wallace) in "Wallace & Grommit" (1991-95), (Wallace) in "Wallace & Gromit - Auf d. Jagd nach dem Riesenkaninchen" (2005),

Ed Begley Jr. (Officer Stein) in "Columbo: Mord per Telefon" (1978),

Jack Bender (Norman Wolpert) in "Columbo: Schreib oder stirb" (1974),

Bruce Campbell (Elvis / Sebastian Haff) in "Bubba Ho-tep" (2002),

Jon Cassavetes (Gus) in "Ehemänner" (1970),

Ted Cassidy (Intro-Sprecher) in "Unglaublicher Hulk" (1977),

Adriano Celentano (Guido Quiller) in "Hände wie Samt" (1979),

Richard Chamberlain (Aramis) in "Die Vier Musketiere - Die Rache d. Milady" (1974),

Dabney Coleman (Det. Murray) in "Columbo: Doppelter Schlag" (1973),

Coluche (Gérard Duchemin) in "Brust oder Keule" (1976),

Joseph Cortese
(Jack Breslin) in "Zeit des Grauens" (1988),

Jon Fink (M. Clark) in "Columbo: Lösegeld für einen Toten" (1970),

Stephen Fry (Oscar Wilde) in "Oskar Wilde" (1997),

Michael Greer (Thom) in "Messias des Bösen" (1973),

Steve Guttenberg (Samuel Sam Cooper) in "Hochzeit mit Hindernissen" (1983),


George Hamilton (Dr. Mark Collier) in "Columbo: Schlaf, der nie endet" (1975),

Herb Jefferson jr. (Baxter) in "Columbo: Playback" (1975),

Matthew Kimbrough (Radiomoderator) in "Land of Plenty" (2004),

Little Richard
(Little R.) in "Columbo: Tödliche Liebe" (1991),

Calvin Lockhart (Tom Newcliffe) in "Mondblut" (1974),

Kenneth Mars (Mike) in "Columbo: Todessymphonie" (1977),

Michael McGuire (Hugh Caldwell) in "Columbo: Meine Tote - Deine Tote" (1974),

Dick Miller (Charles Chuckie Sol) in "Batman und das Phantom" (1993),

Paul Muni
(Tony Camonte) in "Scarface" (1932),

Mitch Pileggi (Thomas J. Watts) in "Knight Rider 2000" (1991),

Mathias Reitz (Anton) in "Columbo: Schach dem Mörder" (1973),

Michael Richardson (jüngerer Anwalt in TV) in "Columbo: Doppelter Schlag" (1973),

Jason Robards (Konteradmiral Anderson) in "Crimson Tide - In tiefster Gefahr" (1995),

William Shatner (Ward Fowler) in "Columbo: Mord im Bistro" (1976),

Otis Young
(Melville) in "Columbo: Tod am Strand" (1975),

TV series Peter Kirchberger:

as narrator in "Time Tunnel" (1966-67), Barbapapa in "Barbapapa" (1973), Ernie in "Sesamstraße" (1973-), Memory-Vogel Blubberkopf in "Galaxy Rangers" (1986 - 1989), Erzähler in "Samurai Pizza Cats" (1990–1991),

Adam West (Batman / Bruce Wayne) in "Batman" (1966-68), (Bruce Wayne / Batman) in "Ein Fall für Batman" (1968 / 1977-197), (Adam West) in "King of Queens" (1998-2007) in Ep. "Lori mit den Scherenhänden",

Adam Angeli (Hashi Al Jatar) in "Knight Rider" (1982-86) in Ep. "Ein mysteriöser Saboteur",

David Canary (Candy) in "Bonanza" (1959-73),

James Darren (Dr. Tony Nemwan) in "Time Tunnel" (1966-67),

Bruce Davison (George Henderson) in "Harry und die Hendersons" (1991-1993),

Don Gordon (Lieutenant Dickerson) in "Knight Rider" (1982-86) in Ep. "Das endgültige Urteil",

Prentis Hancock (Paul Morrow) in "Mondbasis Alpha 1" (1975-77),

Richart Hunt (Don Schnulze) in "Sesamstraße" (1973-),

Aharon Ipalé (Durant / Kurt Rolands) in "Knight Rider" (1982-86) in Ep. "Duft einer Rose",

James Luisi (Officer Geno Alessi) in "Kojak - Einsatz in Manhattan" (1973-78) in Ep. "Requiem für einen Polizisten",

Jeff MacKay (Ski) in "Magnum" (1980-88) in Ep. "Heißer Schnee auf Hawaii, Teil 1 & 2 (01.01/01.02)",

Neil McCarthy (Sam Woodyard) in "Catweazle" (1970-71),

Rudy Ramos (Roberto Laguna) in "Knight Rider" (1982-86) in Ep. "Herzen aus Stein",

Joe Santos (Det. Dennis Becker) in "Detektiv Rockford - Anruf genügt" (1974-80)

 
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