Thomas Danneberg

Intro German actor
Is Actor Voice actor Film actor
From Germany
Type Film, Television, Stage and Radio
Gender male
Birth 2 June 1942, Berlin, Margraviate of Brandenburg
Star sign Gemini

Thomas Danneberg. Thomas Danneberg (born June 2, 1942) is a German actor and voice-actor. He is best known as Charles Emerson in the 1967 Edgar Wallace film The Blue Hand and for dubbing over the actors Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terence Hill, Sylvester Stallone, John Cleese, Dan Aykroyd, Adriano Celentano, Nick Nolte, John Travolta, Michael York, Rutger Hauer and Dennis Quaid. He has also collaborated with the German trance/techno-band E Nomine on a number of their albums.



Codename: Wildgeese – 1985 – Habib Commando Leopard – 1986 – Jose Der Commander [de] – 1988 – "Crazy Bo" Gustafsson

Television animation

A Sitch in Time (Rufus 3000)

Original video animation

Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas (Blitzen)

Theatrical animation

Brother Bear (Tuke) Shark Tale (Luca) Shrek 2 (King Harold) Shrek the Third (King Harold) The Fox and the Hound (Adult Tod) Big Hero 6 (film) (Heathcliff)

Video games

Ankh (Annoying palace guard, mummy, souvenir dealer) Jack Keane (Montgomery)

Dubbing roles (live action)

Dan Aykroyd John Cleese Terence Hill Dennis Quaid Arnold Schwarzenegger Sylvester Stallone John Travolta Die Hard with a Vengeance (John McClane) The Fall Guy (Howie Munson) Highlander (The Kurgan) Hulk (David Banner) Mother, Jugs & Speed (Murdoch)


2007: John Katzenbach: Die Anstalt, The Madman's Tale (together with Simon Jäger), publisher: Argon Verlag, ISBN 978-3866102743

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