Wolf Kahler

 

 

Wolf Kahler

Kiel, Germany

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wolf Kahler (3 April 1940) is a German actor born in Kiel. Since 1975, he has appeared in many English language US and UK television and film productions. An early role for him was Kaiser Wilhelm II inMichael York's adventure film The Riddle of the Sands. One of his most well-known roles was that of Dietrich in Raiders of the Lost Ark. Kahler's voice also appears in video games including as Kaiser Vlad in Battalion Wars. Kahler played the Prince of Tübingen in Stanley Kubrick's 1975 film, Barry Lyndon In 2001 he portrayed aWehrmacht General in the World War II TV miniseries, Band of Brothers. Kahler played the German Ambassador in the long-running "Ambassador's Reception" TV advertisement for Ferrero Rocher chocolate, uttering the line "Excellente!".  He also appears as a famous Germanic architect in US television advertisements for the Kohler Company. In 2011 Kahler appeared as Dr. Hoffmanstahl in Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.

 

Movies

Raiders of the Lost Ark
Colonel Dietrich
The Lady Vanishes
Helmut
The Riddle of the Sands
Kaiser Wilhelm II
March or Die
First German
The Girl in the Café
Herr Gerhardt
The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission
Gen. Sepp Dietrich
The Dirty Dozen: The Deadly Mission
Col. Krieger
The Sea Wolves
Trompeta
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
Doctor Hoffmanstahl
Haber
Ludendorff
Rough Cut
De Gooyer
The Remains of the Day
German ambassador
E=mc² – Einstein's Big Idea
Horlein
The Somme: From Defeat to Victory
General von Plessen
Shanghai
German Consul
A Zed & Two Noughts
Felipe Arc-en-Ciel
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
Commentator
The House on Garibaldi Street
Real Estate Agent
The Bourne Identity
Gold Glasses
Backbeat
Bert Kaempfert
Priest of Love
German Officer
Cognition
Doctor Zoger
Loch Ness
Dr Muller
Firefox
KGB Chairman Andropov
Wonder Woman
German Commander
Shining Through
Border Commandant
The Boys from Brazil
Schwimmer

Tv

Sherlock Holmes
Re di Boemia
Sherlock Holmes
King of Bohemia
Casualty
Alexander Chernov