Jörn Linnenbröker is a German actor and voice over artist. Born in Bonn, he studied acting and singing at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Before that, he studied theatre and media sciences in Erlangen-Nuremberg. He uses his fresh and dynamic voice in a variety of ways: As a dubbing voice he can be heard in numerous film and series productions. Currently he lends his voice to John Reardon (Dr. Harrison) in Van Helsing, Tyler Grey (Trent) in Seal Team, Andy Yu (Meemo) in Fargo, Mark Furze (Marcus) in Tell Me How I Die and the cheeky Hamster Cagey in Puppy Dog Pals. He was also heard in the competition of the Berlinale 2018: In the children's film Mein Freund, Die Giraffe for Egbert Jan Weeber (David Dap) and in the documentary Eldorado by filmmaker Markus Imhoof. In addition, the Berliner by choice is also used for voiceover formats such as the Netflix productions Dirty Money, Abstract - The Art Of Design or Roman Empire as well as for TV & radio commercials. The viral spot "Die Leisigkeit Des Steins" with him in the vocal leading role was awarded the Communicator Award in New York. Jörn is also at home on the theater stage: He played numerous leading roles in musical productions such as Mamma Mia!, Fame, West Side Story or Titanic and as a trained singer stands in front of the microphone in the studio. In addition to his work as a speaker, Jörn is also a member of the Schmidt Theater ensemble in Hamburg.
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