Tuesday, April 26, 2016

RIP Arne Elsholtz

German voice actor Arne Elsholtz died in Berlin, Germany on April 26th. He was 72. Born in 1944 Elsholtz was the German voice of such actors as Tom Hanks, Bill Murray, and Kevin Kline among many others. Elsholtz also took drama lessons and was heard as a voice in many German commercials. He voiced over fifteen Euro-westerns such as the German voice of Alain Tissier in “Shatterhand” (1963), Edd Byrnes in “Professionals for a Massacre” (1967), John Steiner in “Challenge of White Fang” (1974), Tom Berenger in “Rustler’s Rhapsody” (1984) and  Dermot Mulroney in “Silent Tongue” (1993)

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