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Karl Markovics

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Nationality  Austrian
Spouse  Stephanie Taussig
Role  Actor
Name  Karl Markovics
Occupation  Actor

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Born  29 August 1963 (1963-08-29) Vienna, Austria
Children  Leonie Markovics, Louis Markovics
Nominations  German Film Award for Best Leading Actor
Movies and TV shows  The Counterfeiters, Breathing, Inspector Rex, Superwelt, Stockinger
Similar People  Stefan Ruzowitzky, Wolf Bachofner, Tobias Moretti, August Diehl, Devid Striesow

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Karl Markovics (born 29 August 1963) is an Austrian actor and film director.


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He starred as Salomon Sorowitsch in Stefan Ruzowitzky's 2007 film The Counterfeiters, which was awarded the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for that year. Prior to that, his most notable appearances have been in the highly acclaimed Austrian (Viennese) black comedy Komm, süßer Tod (2001), his role as far-right terrorist Franz Fuchs in the 2007 TV film Franz Fuchs - Ein Patriot, and in the police drama television series Inspector Rex. His character from Inspector Rex had his own spin-off series, Stockinger. He also played the role of Ferdinand aus der Fünten in the 2012 Dutch film Süskind, and a small role (Wolf) in the acclaimed 2014 comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel.

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Markovics remains a frequent stage actor, and in April 2010 played the non-singing role of Samiel in Counterfeiters-director Ruzowitzky's first opera production, Der Freischütz at Vienna's Theater an der Wien.

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He directed and wrote Atmen in 2011.

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