German film and TV actor Uwe Borhm, the adopted son of director Hark Bohm Uwe was known as a villain in the crime scene, from films such as Fatih Akin 's literary adaptation "Tschick" from the stage play. According to his family, Uwe was born Uwe Grossmann on January 24, 1962, He "died suddenly and unexpectedly," on Saturday April 9, 2022, his wife Ninon Bohm said. In 1988 he won the Bavarian Film Prize for his role as Jan in "Yasesmin" - a German-Turkish Romeo and Juliet variation. His other filmography in the cinema included roles in "Freistatt" (2015) and "Gold" (2013). In 2015 he played the role of the pastor Albrecht Maria Benz in NDR Tatort by director Claudia Garde "Borowski in the Underworld". Uwe’s lone Euro-western was as Gustav Müller in the 2013 film “Gold”.