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Dominik Tiefenthaler ([dɔmɪnɪk tiːfəntaːlɐ]) is an Austrian-German actor, mainly working in American TV and films. His work includes Gossip Girl, Guillaume Canet's Blood Ties, abc's Zero Hour, and the upcoming dramatic films Maybe Tomorrow and The Projectionist. He has also done voice-over projects, including Grand Theft Auto IV and Wolfenstein: The New Order.
Dominik Tiefenthaler was born in Switzerland, to an Austrian father and a German mother. He grew up in Kreuzlingen, a small town near Zurich, with his four sisters and one brother.
He enrolled in the Medical School of the University Zurich, and after receiving his MD Degree worked for two years in the Neurosurgical Department of the Cantonal Hospital in St. Gallen, Switzerland. He move to New York City in 2000, studied acting with William Esper and John Dapolito, and voice and speech with Shane Ann Younts. In the spring of 2004, he co-founded the Incumbo Theater Company in New York City, but left the group after two years to focus on a career in film and television.
Tiefenthaler is the grandson of the Austrian historian and archivist Meinrad Tiefenthaler. Once married, now divorced, he lives on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Film and television
In 2010, Tiefenthaler portrayed Swiss detective Yan Glassey, the lead investigator of the infamous Pink Panthers, an international gang of jewelery thieves, in an episode of America's Most Wanted.
After shooting the movie Lenßen-Der Film, for the German TV station Sat.1 (primetime television premiere on January 8, 2011), Tiefenthaler returned to the United States to shoot Gossip Girl, where he played Lucien, the royal liaison to Louis Grimaldi.
In 2012, after shooting an episode of the (now cancelled...) CBS show NYC 22, Dominik Tiefenthaler was cast as Adam, a top-of-show guest-star role in the fourth episode of the abc show Zero Hour, opposite Anthony Edwards.
On February 21, 2013, Dominik Tiefenthaler was seen in the Relevance episode of Person of Interest on cbs.
He played Eddie Kessler´s friend Rudy in the Boardwalk Empire episode All In (air date September 29th, 2013, on HBO).
In 2014, Tiefenthaler will be seen in three upcoming film projects: Guillaume Canet's 1970s crime drama Blood Ties (expected release date March 2014), a thriller about PTSD The Projectionist, and Maybe Tomorrow, for which he won Best Supporting Actor at the "Golden Door International Film Festival".
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