Encounter - The Audi Technology Magazine 1/2015
The son of a Spanish teacher and German TV director Hanno Brühl was born in Barcelona June 16, 1978. Besides German and Spanish, he also speaks fluent English, French and Catalan. He began doing audio plays and voice dubbing when he was a child and came to attention in 1994 with the TV movie Svens Geheimnis (Sven’s Secret). Brühl gained international recognition in 2003 with the leading role in Goodbye Lenin!, for which he received a number of awards. In 2008, he played German sharp shooter Fredrick Zoller in Quentin Tarantino’s Oscar-nominated Inglourious Basterds. He was nominated for a 2014 Golden Globe Award for his role as Niki Lauda in Rush.