Patrick Mölleken is a native German voice talent and actor. He first came into contact with the stage at the tender age of five. It was on a cruise, when MDR presenter Christine Dähn gave him the special chance to host the big gala evening alongside her. And the spark ignited. At the age of ten, he got his first TV role in "Alarm for Cobra 11" and has since appeared in front of the camera in over 100 film and TV productions. These include multiple award-winning films such as "Ihr könnt Euch niemals sicher sein," "Rommel," "Zersplitterte Nacht - 9. November 1938," "König Laurin," "Das letzte Mahl" and a number of other high-scoring formats such as "Tatort," "Frühling," "In aller Freundschaft" and "Der Lehrer. Almost at the same time as his film debut, Patrick started working behind the mic: namely for a commercial for Lego Germany. Since then, Patrick has been passionate about his work not only in front of the camera but also behind the mic. In 2010, at the age of 16, he was awarded the German Audio Book Prize for the WDR drama "Wie man unsterblich wird". He also enjoys using his voice for commercials, image and explainer films, radio plays and in dubbing. 
Language: German (GER)
Voice age: young
Pitches: bright, medium
Locations: Berlin, Düsseldorf
Dialects: GER-Berlin area, GER-Cologne, GER-Rhenish, GER-Ruhrpottish, GER-Saxon
Foreign languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish (EU)
Specials: comedian, spoofs, trick voice/cartoon voice
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