Christopher Buchholz


Christopher Buchholz was born in Los Angeles in 1962. He is the son of Horst Buchholz and his wife Myriam Bru. Following his father's footsteps, Christopher became an actor. His first main role was that of the assassin Ali Agca in Giuseppe Fina's movie 'The Plot to Kill the Pope', produced in 1986. For this performance Christopher was awarded best new actor at the Florence Film Festival. In Germany he became known through his participation in the serial 'Das Erbe der Guldenburgs'. Fluent in English, French, Italian, and German, he mostly works in France, Italy, and the USA. Christopher's latest production in German is 'Heller als der Mond', produced in Austria and directed by Virgil Widrich in 1999. In 2001 Christopher performed the main role in 'Eros - The Dangerous Thread of Things', directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, a story about a couple drifting apart. In 2002 Christopher played in the historic feature 'Luther', with Joseph Fiennes and Peter Ustinov, directed by Eric Till, and in the German two-part TV movie 'Der Seerosenteich', directed by Johannes Fabrick. Christopher Buchholz has also worked as the director of two one-act plays by Anton Chekhov - 'The Bear' and 'The Marriage Proposal' - and of two short films titled 'Happy Birthday' and 'Les Jardins des mauvais garcons'.


Naslov Filma Datum Premiere
3 Tage in Quiberon 1. 01. 1970