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Jörg Gudzuhn (* 23. March 1945 in Seilershof) is a German actor.

From 1951 to 1959 Jörg Gudzuhn attended primary school, then Bertha-von-Suttner-Gymnasium in Berlin-Reinickendorf. After the construction of the Berlin Wall, he was unable to attend the High School in West Berlin and left the school shortly before graduation. After working at the rolling bearing plant "Josef Orlopp" in Berlin-Lichtenberg, he began an apprenticeship as a house painter and wall painter. In 1966, he wrote a letter to a skilled worker and worked for a short time in the profession. By the way, visited Jörg Gudzuhn the folk high school, finished his high school education, and began to play in an Amateur theatre group. Jörg Gudzuhn attended the state drama school Ernst Busch in Berlin from 1966 to 1970.

By the end of the 1960s, Jörg Gudzuhn received first offers from the television of the GDR. Like many of his colleagues, he was in many TV Play series, The Prosecutor, the word, and Polizeiruf 110 has to be seen. He was increasingly engaged from the 1970s. After Engagements in Karl-Marx-Stadt in the City theatre (1970 to 1974), and in Potsdam at the Hans Otto theatre (from 1974 to 1976), he performed from 1976 to 1987 in the Maxim-Gorki-Theater in Berlin. Jörg Gudzuhn has been a permanent Ensemble member at the Deutsche Theater Berlin since 1987. Among other things, he participated in the Salzburg Festival. Jörg Gudzuhn also continued his television career in the United Germany. In 1992/93 he showed his comedic Talent as" Cowboy " in six episodes of the TV series Liebling Kreuzberg. Special awareness Gudzuhn reached through his role as a Commissioner, Joe Hoffer in the ZDF-crime series, The last witness (1998-2007), in which he played on the side of Ulrich Mühe and Gesine Cukrowski. As bodyguard Manne Schacht in the television film Im Schatten der Macht (2003) by Oliver Storz about the political fall Willy Brandt the actor was praised as excellent. In 1998 Jörg Gudzuhn received the Adolf-Grimme-award. From 2002 to 2010, Gudzuhn played around 100 Times in the one-person piece of life to men by Thomas Brussig a football coach.

Gudzuhn lives in Berlin.

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