|Full name||Daniel César Martín Brühl González Domingo|
|Height||5' 10" (1.78 m)|
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Daniel César Martín Brühl González Domingo Biography:
Produced in Spain in 1978, performer Daniel Brhl began his career in Germany. Among his breakthrough roles was in 2003’s Good Bye Lenin!. The next year, Brhl starred in The Edukators. Since that time, Brhl has starred in such movies as The Fifth Estate (2013) and Rush (2013). Produced Daniel Csar Martin Brhl Gonzalez Domingo on June 16, 1978, in Barcelona, Spain, performer Daniel Brhl grew up round the entertainment business. His German dad, Hanno Brhl, was a successful documentarian and director. His mom was Spanish so he talked two languages right away. He afterwards add English to his linguistic repertoire. After starting out in theatre, Brhl made his first film when he was a teen. He worked steadily in television and movie before getting his breakthrough role in Good Bye Lenin! (2003).
Brhl had his first international hit having a modest part in the 2007 action thriller The Bourne Ultimatum starring Matt Damon. A couple of years after, he appeared in another important movie, Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds (2009). Brhl additionally had more significant parts in several Julie Delpy pictures around now, including 2 Days in Paris (2007) and The Countess (2009).
In 2013, Brhl’s career actually caught fire with two high profile jobs. He plays former WikiLeaks representative Daniel Domscheit-Berg in The Fifth Estate opposite Benedict Cumberbatch as WikiLeaks creator Julian Assange. The movie investigates the early days of the controversial organization. Brhl additionally starred with Chris Hemsworth in the real life car racing play Rush directed by Ron Howard. Brhl played Formula One driver Niki Lauda in the picture with Hemsworth as Lauda’s opponent James Hunt. For his work on the movie, Brhl received a Golden Globe nomination.