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  • right|thumb|200px|Reiner Schöne 19/01/1942 - Fritzlar, Thüringen (Alemania Oriental)
  • Reiner Shöne es una actor y compositor quien interpreta a Shinnok en Mortal Kombat: Aniquilación.
  • Reiner Schöne (born January 19, 1942) has been playing in both American and German television series and movies for decades. Some of his better known roles include Van Der Brecken in Return to Treasure Island and Dukhat in Babylon 5. He is also a well known voice in German movie dubs; his credits include Darth Vader in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Captain Teague in The Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End and Optimus Prime in the live-action Transformers films.
  • thumb|Reiner SchöneReiner Schöne ist Ss Optimus Prime. Er spricht auch Darth Vader in Star Wars Episode 3 – Die Rache der Sith und Star Wars Episode 5 - Das Imperium schlägt zurück (DVD-Version 2006) sowie in dem Höhrspiel Star Wars Dark Lord. Er war außerdem der Erzähler in allen 3 Hörspielen zu Herr der Ringe.
  • Schöne began his career as a singer, performing in concerts, musicals (including Harold Hill in The Music Man and Berger in Hair) and the Eurovision song contest. Although born in then-Communist controlled East Germany, he escaped to West Germany in 1968. His European TV credits included the long-running German detective series Tatort and the French co-production anthology Les grands détectives (starring in one episode as Nick Carter). He first gained Hollywood attention through co-starring roles in The Return of Sabata (1971, starring Lee Van Cleef) and The Eiger Sanction (1975, with Clint Eastwood).
  • He also performed as a voice actor for Kolos and Mobar in the German versions of the episodes "Judgment" and "Live Fast and Prosper" . Schöne was born in Fritzlar, Germany, grew up in East Germany, and escaped to West Germany in May 1968. In 1975, he appeared in the film The Eiger Sanction. He also acted in an episode of MacGyver with Vince Deadrick, Jr. in 1990. Schöne performed voice-work for the episode "Speak No Evil" of Batman Beyond, playing a ruthless hunter who captures an intelligent gorilla, voiced by Malachi Throne.
  • Reiner Schöne (* [Jahr unbekannt]in Fritzlar Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist ein deutscher Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher. Er spielte Esoqq in der [[]]-Episode und synchronisierte den von Gregg Daniel gespielten Mobar in der [[]]-Episode sowie den von J.G. Hertzler in der [[]]-Episode gespielten Klingonen Kolos. Weitere seiner Synchron-/Sprechrollen:
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  • right|thumb|200px|Reiner Schöne 19/01/1942 - Fritzlar, Thüringen (Alemania Oriental)
  • Reiner Shöne es una actor y compositor quien interpreta a Shinnok en Mortal Kombat: Aniquilación.
  • Reiner Schöne (born January 19, 1942) has been playing in both American and German television series and movies for decades. Some of his better known roles include Van Der Brecken in Return to Treasure Island and Dukhat in Babylon 5. He is also a well known voice in German movie dubs; his credits include Darth Vader in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Captain Teague in The Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End and Optimus Prime in the live-action Transformers films.
  • Reiner Schöne (* [Jahr unbekannt]in Fritzlar Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist ein deutscher Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher. Er spielte Esoqq in der [[]]-Episode und synchronisierte den von Gregg Daniel gespielten Mobar in der [[]]-Episode sowie den von J.G. Hertzler in der [[]]-Episode gespielten Klingonen Kolos. Neben seinem Engagement für Star Trek spielte er auch Rollen in den Fernsehserien Simon und Simon (1986, u.a. mit Mary Carver und Elisha Cook), MacGyver (1990), Unter der Sonne Kaliforniens (1990, u.a. mit Michelle Phillips, und Paul Comi ), China Beach (1990, u.a. mit Robert Picardo, Concetta Tomei, Scott Jaeck und Geoff Meed), Matlock (1990/1992, u.a. mit John Hostetter, David Froman, Robert Curtis-Brown und Ken Magee), Legend (1995, u.a. mit John de Lancie), Babylon 5 (1997, u.a. mit Bill Mumy und Andreas Katsulas), Sliders (1998/1999, u.a. mit Kelly Connell, Rae Norman, Marshall Teague und Karen Austin), J.A.G. – Im Auftrag der Ehre (2000, u.a. mit Terry O'Quinn, Corbin Bernsen, Steven Culp, John Mahon, William Lucking, Peter White, Paul Collins und Mark A. Sheppard) und Frauenpower (2001, u.a. mit Richard Beymer, Christine Healy, Christopher McDonald und Salli Elise Richardson). Auch im TV-Film Babylon 5 – Der erste Schritt (1998, u.a. mit Andreas Katsulas, Theodore Bikel, J. Patrick McCormack, Tricia O'Neil, Robin Sachs, Timothy Davis-Reed, Pancho Demmings, Nick Jameson und Erica Mer) und im Spielfilm Priest (2011, u.a. mit Karl Urban, Brad Dourif, Christopher Plummer, Alan Dale, Mädchen Amick, Jon Braver, Theo Kypri, Tanoai Reed, Henry Kingi, Jr. und Austin Priester. Stunts: u.a. Troy Brenna und Angela Meryl) war er zu sehen. Außerdem lieh er „Optimus Prime“ seine Stimme in der deutschen Synchronisation des Films Transformers und spielte den Senator Bean in der Star-Trek-Parodie (T)Raumschiff Surprise - Periode 1. Weitere seiner Synchron-/Sprechrollen: * Jon English als Bobby Rivers in Rock 'n' Roll Daddy (1990-1993) * Ralf Moeller als Hagen in Gladiator (2000) und als Thorak in The Scorpion King (2002) * Tim Curry als Roger Corwin in 3 Engel für Charlie (2000) und als Trymon in The Color of Magic (2008) * Ray Wise als Brian Sanger in Landspeed (2002) * Willem Dafoe u.a. als Norman Osborn / Der Grüne Kobold in den Spider-Man-Filmen Teil 1-3 (2002-2007) * Clarke Peters u.a. als Det. Lester Freamon in The Wire (2002-2008) * Keith Carradine als Wild Bill Hickok in Deadwood (2004, 5 Episoden) * Mickey Rourke u.a. als Marv in Sin City (2005) * Darth Vader in Star Wars: Episode 3 - Die Rache der Sith (2005) * Keith Richards als Captain Teague in Pirates of the Caribbean - Am Ende der Welt (2007)
  • He also performed as a voice actor for Kolos and Mobar in the German versions of the episodes "Judgment" and "Live Fast and Prosper" . Schöne was born in Fritzlar, Germany, grew up in East Germany, and escaped to West Germany in May 1968. In 1975, he appeared in the film The Eiger Sanction. He also acted in an episode of MacGyver with Vince Deadrick, Jr. in 1990. He has appeared in many other television shows, including Babylon 5 (with Bill Mumy and Andreas Katsulas), Sliders (with Marshall R. Teague and Karen Austin), and JAG (with Corbin Bernsen, Steven Culp, Chad Haywood, William Lucking, John Mahon, Terry O'Quinn, Darin Cooper, and Paul Collins). His film appearances include the video game adaptation Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997), with Brian Thompson, Musetta Vander, and Carolyn Seymour, and the vampire science fiction thriller Priest (2011), with Karl Urban, Christopher Plummer, Brad Dourif, Madchen Amick, and Alan Dale. Schöne performed voice-work for the episode "Speak No Evil" of Batman Beyond, playing a ruthless hunter who captures an intelligent gorilla, voiced by Malachi Throne.
  • Schöne began his career as a singer, performing in concerts, musicals (including Harold Hill in The Music Man and Berger in Hair) and the Eurovision song contest. Although born in then-Communist controlled East Germany, he escaped to West Germany in 1968. His European TV credits included the long-running German detective series Tatort and the French co-production anthology Les grands détectives (starring in one episode as Nick Carter). He first gained Hollywood attention through co-starring roles in The Return of Sabata (1971, starring Lee Van Cleef) and The Eiger Sanction (1975, with Clint Eastwood). Relocating to Los Angeles in the 1980s, the German actor was a frequent TV presence, usually typecast as villains. In miniseries, he was featured in Disney Channel's Return to Treasure Island (1986, as Van Der Brecken) and played Major Gurtman, the principal heavy, in the 1987 dystopian drama Amerika. He guest starred on sci-fi fare such as Star Trek: The Next Generation (as the alien Esoqq in "Allegiance"), Babylon 5 (as Dukhat, a rare sympathetic turn), and Sliders (as Kolitar), as well as detective or adventure series: Murder, She Wrote, MacGyver, the 1992 Tarzan series, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Matlock, and Jake and the Fatman. In movies, he played Shinnok in Mortal Kombat 2: Annihilation and appeared in assorted made-for-TV thrillers. As a dubbing actor, Schöne worked sporadically in the 1970s, including Die Muppet Show and dubbing himself and other actors (usually Italian). When he moved back to Germany in 2002, he dubbed Willem Dafoe in Spider-Man and became the actor's primary German voice. He also dubbed the iconic roles of Darth Vader in Revenge of the Sith (and The Empire Strikes Back DVD dub) and Optimus Prime in the Transformers movies. Other dub assignments include Sam Elliott in Hulk and Ghost Rider, Tim Curry in Charlie's Angels and The Color of Magic, Bruce Spence in Matrix - Revolutions, John Hurt in The Limits of Control, and Michael Gambon in Layer Cake, as well as Papa Smurf in The Smurfs (2011) and Bayard the hound in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. In English-language voice-overs, Schöne was a guest villain on Batman: Beyond and has been heard in the video games Dark Reign, Medal of Honor: Frontline, and Two Worlds.
  • thumb|Reiner SchöneReiner Schöne ist Ss Optimus Prime. Er spricht auch Darth Vader in Star Wars Episode 3 – Die Rache der Sith und Star Wars Episode 5 - Das Imperium schlägt zurück (DVD-Version 2006) sowie in dem Höhrspiel Star Wars Dark Lord. Er war außerdem der Erzähler in allen 3 Hörspielen zu Herr der Ringe.
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