Gert Günther Hoffmann

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Berlin-Lankwitz, Germany
Gert Günther Hoffmann was born in Berlin-Lankwitz on February 21, 1929. After completing a commercial apprenticeship, he became interested in acting. He appeared in several stage plays before he started working as radio announcer for Berliner Rundfunk and as voice actor. One of his first voice works was dubbing Ben Johnson in Rio Grande (1950). Afterwards he spoke Rock Hudson, Paul Newman, Lex Barker, Michel Piccoli and Sean Connery in most of their movies. In some movies he was also the German voice of Clint Eastwood, Richard Harris, Kirk Douglas and Cary Grant. Read more...