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Hamburg

Biography

 

The following years, Jürgen Vogel remained one of the most busy TV and movie actors in Germany. After completing a total of seven film and television productions in 2006, he continued in 2007 with appearances in "Alte Freunde", "Duell in der Nacht", "Die Schatzinsel" and the crime series "KDD – Kriminaldauerdienst". Apart from that, he also found time for a cameo in Til Schweiger's hit comedy "KeinOhrHasen" ("Rabbit Without Ears").

After his leading role in the youth drama "Die Welle" ("The Wave", 2008), for which he was nominated for an European Film Award, Vogel again proved his versatility in 2009: He appeared in Matthias Glasner's controversial drama "This is Love" and the comedy romp "Männersache", and also played a Viking in Michael Herbig's adaptation of "Wickie und die starken Männer" ("Vicky the Viking"). On TV, Vogel joined the cast of Bernd Schadewald's acclaimed drama "12 Winter", and since 2009, he is a regular on the improvisational comedy program "Schillerstraße".

In the spring of 2010, no less than two feature films starring Jürgen Vogel were released: He plays an East-German police officer in the comedy "Boxhagener Platz", and in the drama " Schwerkraft" ("Gravity"), he portrays the shady friend of a struggling bank accountant.

After supporting roles in Philipp Leinemann's drama "Transit" and Lars Kraume's "Die kommenden Tage" ("The Days to Come"), which is a grim vision of the future with a top-class cast, Jürgen Vogel for change performs again in a comedy: In Leander Haussmann's "Hotel Lux", with Michael Herbig as co-star, he plays a stand-up comedian, who flees from the Nazis and escapes to Moscow, where he becomes involved in a grotesque intrigue.

He then appeared in a far more serious role in "Gnade", which premiered in the competition of the 2012 Berlin IFF and marked his ninth collaboration with director Matthias Glasner. In the psychological drama about guilt and atonement, Vogel plays a man who relocated to Norway with his family and is faced with an existential crisis when his wife runs over a little child and commits a hit-and-run offense. He delivered another strong performance as an alleged cop killer on the run in Matti Geschonneck's made-for-TV thriller "Tod einer Polizistin". Following his turn as the aristocratic army officer Siegfried von Tennen in Uli Edel's two-part TV feature film "Das Adlon. Eine Familiensaga" (2012), Vogel returned to the big screen: In Oskar Roehler's family epic "Quellen des Lebens" (2013), Vogel plays an army veteran who makes a fortune in Germany's post-war boom. He played the small role of the teenage main character's father in Katja von Garnier's "Ostwind" (2013). That same year he appeared in guest roles in the German crime series "Rosa Roth" and "Ein starkes Team".

In 2014, three films with Jürgen Vogel were released in German cinemas: in Maximilian Erlenwein's psycho thriller "Stereo" Vogel starred as an ex-criminal whose past catches up with him in his newfound bourgeois life. In Sönke Wortmann's adaptation of the bestseller "Schoßgebete" ("Wrecked") he got to display his talent for comical roles playing the husband of a sexually adventurous wife. In Max Zübert's "Hin und weg" ("Tour de Force") he plays one of the friends of a terminally ill man who set out for a last bike tour.
Back on TV, he starred in Tim Trageser's "Der Äthiopier" (2015) in the role of a tight-lipped nerd and notorious criminal, whose muscles and many tattoos hide a scarred soul. He played the main character, a police inspector, in the TV mini series "Blochin: Die Lebenden und die Toten" (2015) and made appearances as an EDP specialist in the thriller "Vertraue mir" and as a scoundrel in "Winnetou – Eine neue Welt" (2016). In 2017, Jürgen Vogel was a cast member of the children's film "Hexe Lilli rettet Weihnachten" ("Lilly the Witch Saves Christmas") and played the lead role as "Ötzi", the Tyrolean Iceman, in "Der Mann aus dem Eis" ("Iceman"). 

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