Wikipedia: Article of the week


October 25, 2021

An article of the week is an article whose excerpt has been published on the Main Page. The articles of the week themselves can be found in the Wikipedia category: Articles of the week. Since 2015, Bazi has been trying to manage the section. If you find a mistake in the just published excerpt on the Main Page and you don't know how to fix it, write here in the discussion.

Article of the 43rd week of 2021

Thomas "Tom" Wlaschih (* June 20, 1973 Donin, GDR) is a German film, television and theater actor and drummer, internationally renowned for his portrayal of Jaqen H'ghar in several series of the popular fantasy series Game of Thrones, or as Sebastian Berger from co-production series Without Borders. At first, he played rather smaller roles in major American film productions, such as Enemy at the Gates (2001), Munich (2005), 16 Blocks (2006) or Rivals (2013). Following the success of Game of Thrones, major roles have also appeared in American television production, such as the series Jack Ryan and Stranger Things. He won his last film role in netflix's Italian retro drama Rose Island (2020). In home cinema, he has been given a variety of opportunities, from light comedies such as Sweet Life in Ibiza (2004) and Every Bad Luck Ends Once (2012) through the mythical Krabat (2008) to the historical dramas Resistance (2011) or In Love and War (2018) or to the chamber thriller Berlin Falling (2017). He also played an important role, for example, in the narrative war series Submarine. He devoted himself to theater acting only in the first years of his professional career, later he added voice acting.

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