K.Dieter Klebsch is a German actor and dubbing artist. He graduated from the state acting school Ernst Busch in Berlin and entered the world of theatre and film directly afterwards. He has appeared on the stages of the Cottbus State Theatre, the Senftenberg Theatre and the Postdam Hans-Otto Theatre - as Romeo, Prince of Homburg, Amphytrion, Salieri and in other notable roles. In "Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten" K.Dieter Klebsch was long seen as "Hannes Bachmann". Beside "Polizeiruf 110", "Alarm für Kobra 11" or "Anna und die Liebe" he took part in numerous TV series. As dubbing artist he lent his distinctive voice to Dr. House and stands in front of the microphone for Hollywood stars like Alec Baldwin, Josh Brolin and Gabriel Byrne. In addition, he also speaks documentaries, audio books, commercials as well as audio and computer games.

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Language: German (GER)
Voice age: middle-older
Pitch: low
Location: Potsdam
Dialects: GER-Berlin, GER-Northern German, GER-Saxon
Dubbing voices: Alec Baldwin, Ben Cross, Brett Cullen, Corbin Bernsen, Danny Huston, Gabriel Byrne, Hugh Laurie, Ian Mcshane, J.K. Simmons, James Horan, John Glover, Josh Brolin, Kelsey Grammer, Michael O’neill, Michael Richards, Peter Cullen, Peter Stormare, Stephen Lang, Stephen Mchattie, William Sadler

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