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Tilo Schmitz

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Tilo Schmitz

Tilo Schmitz (born 1959) is a German voice actor from Radebeul. Having a deep, sonorous, basso voice, Schmitz is the official dub-over artist of Christopher Judge, Michael Clarke Duncan, Ving Rhames, Abraham Benrubi and Ron Perlman.


  • Roles 1
    • Television animation 1.1
    • Original video animation 1.2
    • Theater animation 1.3
    • Video games 1.4
    • Dubbing roles 1.5
  • External links 2


Television animation

Original video animation

Theater animation

Video games

Dubbing roles

External links

  • Official website
  • Tilo Schmitz at the German Dubbing Card Index
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