Veröffentlicht am 04.01.2017
The German actor Torsten Muenchow and his speech for freedom and peace in Europe and the world.

How important is to bee united. Freedom borderless and one world language for communication.

Torsten Münchow is a German actor, teacher and director. He is playing in theaters in Hamburg, Saarbrücken, Munich, Vienna, Berlin, Frankfurt and others. The stage creations are only one aspect of his work. Very often he stands in front of camera. This results in : „Tatort“, „Soko“ „Der Alte“, „Derrick“, „Hubert & Staller“, „Der Landarzt“ and many more productions. In 2012, he starred as prince Otto von Bismarck. We can watch him in 2014 “Die Frauen der Wikinger” -Stenar and as a Ansgar. In 2015 production “Die Gefangenen der SS” Torsten is playing as general Sante Garibaldi. His actions are visible in various spheres - including those behind the scenes. For many years, he is a respected theater director. His "Sommer 14 'Rolf Hochhuth made in September 2014 was a sensation during The Berliner Ensemble and aroused interest among the German press. As the person doing the dubbing in movies Torsten Münchow gave his dark, husky voice of many Hollywood celebrities.

The motto of his international theater TAK (Teatr-Asamblaż-Kołobrzeg / Koszalin)in Poland is: Najtrwalsze mosty powstają z gruzów upadłych murów

The most solid bridges are built from the stones of fallen walls

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

Veröffentlicht am 04.01.2017

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