Stefan Puntigam is a German-Austrian actor & voice talent. Born in Graz, he has lived, after stages in Vienna, Munich, Stuttgart and Hamburg, in Berlin for over 20 years. Stefan is a trained radio journalist, actor and singer and has worked for the stage with Claus Peymann (Burgtheater, Vienna), Peter Stein (Wiener Festwochen) and Folke Brabant (Theater am Ku'damm), among others, and in front of the camera for Michael Haneke ("Benny's Video"), Robert Dornhelm ("Tatort", "The Crown Prince") and Sven Bohse ("Es kommt noch dicker"). As a "Biligual Native German-Austrian" he voices audio books, reports and dubs in German as well as in Austrian. He has lent his voice to Jimmie Saito, Darin Morgan and Christian Brassington, among others, edited the Austrian version of Ted 2 and dubbed the bear (Seth McFarlane). In Berlin Stefan can regularly be heard live with his reading ensemble "LesEmble}". Whether in front of the microphone or at readings, he not only likes to explore his full vocal range, but is always curious and open to new texts. In addition to dubbing, audio books and voice-overs, he can loves to work for advertising, image films, voice-overs, e-learning, games, audio guides and more.

Languages: German (AUT), German (GER)
Voice age: middle
Pitch: medium
Location: Berlin
Dialects: AUT-Styrian, AUT-Viennese, GER-Bavarian
Special: vocalist

original photo © Laurent Ziegler

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