Alex Brendemühl

Alex Brendemühl

Darsteller
*27.11.1972 Barcelona, Spanien

Biography

Àlex Brendemühl Gubern was born in Barcelona on November 27th 1972. He was trained as an actor at the Real Escuela de Arte Dramático (RESAD) in Madrid, and started out as a voice talent in dubbing. Following his 1995 screen debut in "El perquè de tot plegat", he appeared in numerous Spanish film and television productions.

His breakthrough came with the leading role in "Las horas del día": His portrayal of an inconspicuous boutique owner, who turns out to be a serial killer terrorizing the citizens of Barcelona, won him a Barcelona Film Award and the Catalan Film Award Butaca for Best Actor. For his performance in the drama "53 días de invierno" (2006), Brendemühl again recieved the Butaca and the Barcelona Film Award, as well as the Sant Jordi Award for Best Actor.

In 2007, German director Franz Müller cast Müller Àlex Brendemühl as the male lead for his drama "Die Liebe der Kinder". Opposite Marie-Lou Sellem, he plays a worker, whose 17 year-old son falls in love with the daughter of his new life partner. The film premiered at the 2009 Munich Film Festival, and was released in Germany in August 2010.

Filmography

2017/2018 Transit
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2016/2017 Detour
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2015-2017 Rewind
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2014-2016 Wann endlich küsst Du mich?
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2013/2014 Die Abmachung
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2013-2015 Hedi Schneider steckt fest
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2013 Beste Freundinnen
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2012/2013 Eltern
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2012 Nemez
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2011/2012 Die Vermessung der Welt
Cast
 
2010/2011 Wolfsbrüder
Cast
 
2007-2009 Die Liebe der Kinder
Cast
 
2004 Inconscientes
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