Otto, Götz Biography

biography of Otto, Götz

15 October 1967, Dietzenbach, Hesse, Germany
6' 6"

-   His bleached blond hair

-   Studied acting at the School of Performing Arts in Graz and the Otto-Falckenberg-Schule in Munich.

-   His parents ran a bakery in Dietzenbach, Germany.

-   Casting director 'Debbie McWilliams' (qv) introduced him to producer 'Barbara Broccoli' (qv) whilst the latter was on the phone. Broccoli told her caller to hold on and gave Otto 20 seconds to introduce himself. Götz, whose hair had been cropped very short for a TV production, said, "I'm big, I'm bad, I'm bald, I'm German. That's five seconds." This exchange got the part of Stamper in _Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)_ (qv).

-   Provided the voice of Olaf in the German version of _Astérix et les Vikings (2006)_ (qv).

-   "Cinema" (Hungary), June 1998, Iss. 79, pg. 92, by: sf, "Nagy vagyok, szõke és német"

-   "Playboy" (USA), February 1998, Vol. 45, Iss. 2, pg. 114-117, by: Hollis Wayne, "Out Of Bondage"

-   "Playboy" (Germany), December 1997, pg. 152-159, by: Gerald Forster, "Dress to Kill"

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