Cast
Geilenkirchen

Biography

Jürgen Tarrach, born December 17, 1960, in Geilenkirchen, attended the Max-Reinhard-Seminar in Vienna and subsequently worked at theatres in Münster, Nuremberg and Karlsruhe. In 1994, Tarrach played in Ralf Huettner"s TV mini-series "Um die 30" and made his break-through on German TV. In 1996, Tarrach together with Oliver Korittke starred in "Die Musterknaben" ("Cologne"s Finest") which was again directed by Huettner. This successful police comedy had two sequels in 1998 and 2003, respectively.

Apart from parts in TV productions such as "Tatort" or "Die Straßen von Berlin", Tarrach was seen in several movies such as Helmut Dietl"s "Late Show" (1999), Thorsten Schmidt"s "Schnee in der Neujahrsnacht" ("Snow on New Year"s Eve", 1999) and Tom Tykwer"s "Der Krieger und die Kaiserin" ("The Princess and the Warrior", 2000).

Tarrach received rare reviews for his performance in Jo Baier"s TV movie "Wambo". The film tells the story of the double life and the violent death of Walter Sedlmayr and won the Adolf Grimme prize in 2002. In 2004, Tarrach again starred in one of his memorable supporting roles as the sleazy opera singer Schmittke in "Silentium" (2004) by Wolfgang Murnberger. And in Ben Verbong"s "Es ist ein Elch entsprungen" (2005), Tarrach played the trigger-happy janitor Pannecke

 

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