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Thomas Fritsch: The actor died

Thomas Fritsch is dead. The actor and voice actor was 77 years old and was known, among other things, from "Der Bergdoktor".

Actor Thomas Fritsch is dead. He died at the age of 77. His close confidante and acting colleague Anja Hauptmann (78) confirmed the "Bunte" magazine: "This morning Thomas fell asleep peacefully at 8 o'clock." Until recently, Fritsch lived in a senior citizens facility.

Thomas Fritsch, who was born in Dresden in 1944, was known as an actor from numerous films and series. For example, he played in the series "Derrick", "The Old One", "Happy Journey", "Der Bergdoktor" and "Hallo Robbie!". He was also featured in several novel adaptations by Rosamunde Pilcher (1924-2019). Fritsch also made a name for himself as a radio play and voice actor. From 2002 to 2017 he took on the role of the narrator in the popular radio play series "Die Drei ???".

In films he dubbed Russell Crowe (57), for example in "Gladiator" or "Signs of Life - Proof of Life", and Jeremy Irons (72), for example in "Die hard: Now even more". Fritsch also lent his voice to numerous Disney characters. He was heard as Scar in "The Lion King" and Niels in "Finding Nemo". His voice was also known as that of the lion Aslan in the "Chronicles of Narnia" films. Most recently, in 2018, he spoke the role of Luke in the film "Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver".