Oliver Hirschbiegel Net Worth

Oliver Hirschbiegel was born on December 29, 1957 in  Hamburg, Germany, Germany, is Director, Actor, Writer. Born in Hamburg, Germany, in 1957. In his teens he left high school and worked as a cooker in a boat.Then he studied painting and graphism in the Academy of arts in Hamburg where he also started experimenting with video and photography. Those experimental movies attracted the attention of some producers of the German TV.Hirschbiegel became popular thanks to his tv movies (especially dramas and thrillers). In 2001 he shot his first movie for cinema: "Das Experiment" that won several awards in many festivals all around the world. That movie is an intense investigation of the aggressive behaviour in a simulated prison environment.His second movie, "Mein letzter Film", released in 2002, is a 90 minutes' monologue about a woman in her fifties who wants to re-start his life.In 2004 "Downfall" was released, his third movie, and till now his greatest success. "Downfall" is about the last 12 days of life of Adolf Hitler narrated out of the sight of her young secretary, Traudl Junge. That movie has stirred up much controversy because it portrays Hitler and the Nazis as human beings and not just as evil.Hirschbiegel has demonstrated in all his movies to be an specialist of dramas set in claustrophobic environments.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Director, Actor, Writer
Birth Day December 29, 1957
Birth Place  Hamburg, Germany, Germany
Birth Sign Capricorn
Occupation Film director
Years active 1986–present

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Hirschbiegel was born in Hamburg, Germany. A Waldorf graduate, Hirschbiegel studied painting and graphic arts, later film, at the Hamburg University of Fine Arts. In 1986, he directed his first film, the made-for-TV movie Das Go! Projekt, the script for which he had written himself. He became a successful TV Director, directing numerous episodes of the Tatort and Kommissar Rex series. His first theatrical release was the well-received movie Das Experiment.


In 2004, he attracted world-wide attention with the film Der Untergang (released in English-speaking countries as Downfall), produced by Bernd Eichinger. It recounts Adolf Hitler's last days, and sparked an extensive debate in Germany over the portrayal of Nazi Leaders. The film was a critical and commercial success, winning numerous awards and a nomination for the Academy Award for the best foreign film. One scene from the film has become the basis for a widespread viral video phenomenon.


His film 13 Minutes was selected to be screened out of competition at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.