Samuel Finzi est un Acteur Bulgare né le 20 janvier 1966 à Plovdiv (Bulgarie)
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Samuel Finzi (born 20 January 1966) is a German actor, of Bulgarian-Jewish descent, with hundreds of film, television and theatrical credits in a career which, since its start in the late 1980s, has lasted more than 25 years. Between 1993 and 2011, he received ten acting awards.
Born in Bulgaria's second-largest city, Plovdiv, he is the son of actor Itzhak Fintzi and performed in his first theater and film roles while still a student. Very early on, he came into contact with directors who have had a major influence on European theater and film. He has worked in the theater with directors such as Benno Besson, Dimiter Gotscheff, Frank Castorf, Jürgen Gosch and Robert Wilson. In film, his collaborations with Michael Glawogger, Oliver Hirschbiegel, Peter Popzlatev, Sönke Wortmann and Til Schweiger have extended his popularity to a wider audience as well as the title role in the crime series Flemming. Alongside his theater engagements at all of the important German language theaters, Samuel Finzi has performed in many film and television productions. Here, he has captivated audiences in popular successes such as ‘Das Wunder von Bern’ (The Miracle of Bern), or Kokowääh, as well as in independent films such as ‘Die Besucherin’ (The Visitor), ‘Même Dieu est venu nous voir’ (Even God Came to See Us) and ‘Vaterspiele’ (Father Games). The actor shapes his figures as smart, associative character studies, which bear witness to a detailed and intelligent acting strategy. Audiences and the press celebrate his intensive images of human motivation that are almost craving for transformation and his effortless precision when performing. In 2014, he has played six leading roles at the Deutsches Theater, the Maxim Gorki Theater and the Volksbühne in Berlin, as well as at the Schauspielhaus in Leipzig.
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