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Werner Daehn

Werner Daehn
Born 1965 (age 48–49)
Worms am Rhein, Germany
Years active 1993–present

Werner Daehn (born 1965) is a German actor with an international reputation, who has worked with Vin Diesel and Samuel L. Jackson in xXx, with Jason Priestley in Colditz an ITV1 2005 miniseries, with Bill Pullman in Revelations and with Steven Seagal in Shadow Man. In addition he has also worked in German productions like Stauffenberg - Rebellion of Conscience (also titled Valkeryie on the German DVD) and King of Thieves (nominated in Germany for the Grimme Prize). He appears momentarily in the film The Lives of Others by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck. He also took part in a British production for the BBC, when in 2011 he played the role of Dr Georg Maurer, the German doctor who treated the Manchester United players who survived the 1958 Munich air disaster.[1]


  • Field of Lost Shoes (2013)

See also

  • Alex Cross (film)


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Werner Daehn home page
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