Freunde fürs Leben wurden die Stars im Kinofilm "Django Unchained" (ab im Kino): Jamie Foxx und Christoph Waltz im launigen Gespräch über. King Schultz (Oscar®-Preisträger Christoph Waltz) Auge in Auge gegenübersteht. Schultz verfolgt gerade die Spur der mordenden Brittle-Brüder und nur Django. International bekannt wurde Waltz durch Filme des Regisseurs Quentin Tarantino. Christoph Waltz kam am 4. Oktober in Wien als Sohn einer Österreicherin.
Christoph WaltzFreunde fürs Leben wurden die Stars im Kinofilm "Django Unchained" (ab im Kino): Jamie Foxx und Christoph Waltz im launigen Gespräch über. stand Waltz für Tarantinos Film Django Unchained vor der Kamera. In dem Western spielt er den deutschen Kopfgeldjäger Dr. King Schultz. The Hollywood. Auf der Jagd. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) und sein treffsicherer Assistent Django (Jamie Foxx) töten nach Steckbrief. Der Film Foto: Sony.
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Waltz's father died when he was seven years old,  and his mother later married composer and conductor Alexander Steinbrecher.
Waltz had a passion for opera as a youth, having seen his first opera Turandot with Birgit Nilsson in the title role at around the age of ten.
As a teenager, Waltz would visit the opera twice a week. After graduating from Vienna's Theresianum ,  Waltz went to study acting at the renowned Max Reinhardt Seminar.
He studied script interpretation under Adler, and credits his analytical approach to her teaching. On his return to Europe, Waltz found work as a stage actor, making his debut at the Schauspielhaus in Zurich.
In , he made his directorial debut, with the German television production Wenn man sich traut. Hans-Joachim Dorfmann in the British TV series The Gravy Train in The show is a story of intrigue and misdeeds set in the offices of the European Union in Brussels.
In Quentin Tarantino 's film Inglourious Basterds , Waltz portrayed SS - Standartenführer Hans Landa , also known as "The Jew Hunter".
Clever, courteous, multilingual—but also self-serving, cunning, implacable and murderous—the character of Landa was such that Tarantino feared he "might have written a part that was un-playable".
In , he began sweeping critics' awards circuits, receiving awards for Best Supporting Actor from the New York Film Critics Circle, the Boston Society of Film Critics,  Los Angeles Film Critics Association,  and for Best Supporting Actor at the 67th Golden Globe Awards and the 16th Screen Actors Guild Awards in January The following month, he won the BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor,  and won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
It's true that if I couldn't have found someone as good as Christoph I might not have made Inglourious Basterds ".
Waltz played gangster Benjamin Chudnofsky in The Green Hornet ; that same year, he starred in Water for Elephants and Roman Polanski 's Carnage.
He played German bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained , a role Tarantino wrote specifically for Waltz.
Waltz has been cast as the former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in the film Reykjavik , based on the peace talks between the United States and USSR.
In , it was announced that Waltz would direct and star in the film Georgetown formerly titled The Worst Marriage in Georgetown , which is based on the true crime story of the murder of Viola Drath.
In , Waltz appeared in the films Tulip Fever and Downsizing. In , Waltz appeared in the action fantasy Alita: Battle Angel. He directed a production of the opera Falstaff , again at the Vlaamse Opera , in Antwerp in late , and in Ghent in early They divide their time between Berlin , Vienna and Los Angeles.
Waltz's native language is German, and he also speaks both English and French fluently. Waltz was born in Vienna to a German father who applied for him to become a citizen of Germany after his birth.
Asked whether he felt Viennese, he responded: "I was born in Vienna, grew up in Vienna, went to school in Vienna, graduated in Vienna, studied in Vienna, started acting in Vienna — and there would be a few further Viennese links.
How much more Austrian do you want it? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Austrian actor born Waltz at the Vienna International Film Festival in Vienna , Austria.
Austrian German. Jacqueline Rauch. Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Christoph Waltz. Retrieved 26 January Der Standard.
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Die Zeit in German. A Ship Is Safe Only in Port E You Always Remember Your First E Five for Fighting E Return Tools to Their Place E No Running on the Platform E The Start E The Acceptance E The Rules E The Offer E Leben und Tod E Hase und Igel E Vrah panenek S03E Cinema Austria - Die ersten Jahre TV film.
Oh du mein Österreich TV film. The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers. Der ewige Dienstmann - Hans Moser im Porträt TV film.
Wenn man sich traut TV film. King Schultz : And I think you're an abysmal winner! Calvin Candie : Never the less, here in Chickasaw County, a deal ain't done till the two parties have shook hands.
Even after all that paper signin', don't mean shit you don't shake my hand. I don't think so! Calvin Candie : Mr. Pooch, if she tries to leave here before this nigger-loving German shakes my hand, you cut her ass down!
Django stands in front of Broomhilda to protect her in case she gets shot; he looks at Schultz. Schultz glares back at Django with an angry look on his face].
King Schultz : [Dr. King Schultz : Oh, if you insist King Schultz : I wish to parley with you. Dicky Speck : Speak English. King Schultz : Oh, I'm sorry, please forgive me.
King Schultz : You silver tongued devil, you. Django : Yep. Ace Speck : [as Dr. Stop talking to him like that. Ace Speck : Like that. King Schultz : My dear sir, I am simply trying to ascertain Ace Speck : Speak English, goddamn it.
King Schultz : Everybody calm down. I'm simply a customer trying to conduct a transaction. Ace Speck : I don't care.
No sale. Now off with you. King Schultz : Oh don't be ridiculous. Of course they're for sale. King Schultz : My good man, did you simply get carried away with your dramatic gesture, or are you pointing your weapon at me with lethal intention?
King Schultz : Oh well, very well. King Schultz : And as if on cue, here comes the sheriff! Come on out. Sheriff Bill Sharp : Alright folks, calm down!
Go about your business. The jokers will be gone soon. Sheriff Bill Sharp : Now, why do ya'll wanna come into my town and start trouble? And scare all of these nice people?
You ain't got nothing better to do than to come into Bill Sharp's town and show your ass-! Schultz suddenly raises his derringer and shoots the sheriff in the stomach].
Calvin Candie : Dr. Schultz, in Greenville, you yourself said that for the right nigger you'd be willing to pay what some may consider is a ridiculous amount.
To which me myself said "What is your definition of ridiculous? Calvin Candie And if y'all wanna leave Candyland with Broomhilda, the price King Schultz : And I take it you prefer the take it or leave it style of negotiation?
You see, under the laws of Chickasaw County, Broomhilda, here, is my property WHATEVER I SO DESIRE! Calvin Candie : And if y'all think my price for this nigger here is too steep, what I'm gonna desire to do is Schultz jumps while Django rises up out of his seat].
Calvin Candie : TAKE THIS GODDAMNED HAMMER HERE, AND BEAT HER ASS TO DEATH WITH IT! RIGHT IN FRONT OF BOTH YA'LL! WHAT'S IT GONNA BE DOC?
WHAT'S IT GOING TO BE? Calvin Candie : YES, you may! Get her cleaned up and smellin' real nice and send her over to Dr.
Schultz's room. Calvin Candie : What? Stephen : Uh, Hildi 'in the hot box. Calvin Candie : Well what's she doin' there?
Stephen : What you think she doin' there, in the hot box? She been punished! Calvin Candie : Well what did she do?
Stephen : She run off again. Calvin Candie : Jesus Christ, Stephen! How many people run away while I was gone? Stephen : Two. Calvin Candie : Well when did she go?
Stephen : Last night. They brung her back this morning. Calvin Candie : How long she been in the box?
Stephen : How long you think she been in there? All damn day! And the little bitch got ten more days to be in there.
Calvin Candie : Take her out. Stephen : Take her out? Calvin Candie : Because I said so, that's why! Schultz is my guest.
Hildi is my nigger. Southern hospitality dictates I make her available to him. Stephen : But Monsieur Candie, she run off. Calvin Candie : Christ, Stephen!
What is the point of having a nigger that speaks German if you can't wheel 'em out when you have a German guest? Now I realize it is an inconvenience!
Still, you take her ass out. Stephen : Yes sir. Stephen : Ya'll done heard the man! Get her ass up outta there!
Get her over there and get her cleaned up and bring her back over here to, uh, Doctor -. Stephen : What did you say your name was?
King Schultz : "Schultz. Stephen : Schultz. Django : You kill people? And they give you a reward?
King Schultz : Certain people, yeah Django : Bad people? Badder they are, the bigger the reward. King Schultz : Anything else about Mr.
Candie I should know about before I meet him? Leonide Moguy : Yes, he is a bit of a francophile. Well, what civilized people aren't?
And he prefers "Monsieur Candie" to "Mr. Leonide Moguy : He doesn't speak French. Don't speak French to him, it'll embarrass him.
King Schultz : My name is Dr. King Schultz, and like yourself, Marshall, I am a servant of the court. The man lying dead in the dirt, who the good people of Daughtrey saw fit to elect as their sheriff, who went by the name of Bill Sharp, is actually a wanted outlaw by the name of Willard Peck, with a price on his head of dollars.
Now, that's dollars, dead or alive. Marshall Gill Tatum : The hell you say! King Schultz : I'm aware this is probably disconcerting news.
But I'm willing to wager this man was elected sheriff sometime in the last two years. I know this because three years ago, he was rustling cattle from the B.
Corrigan Cattle Company of Lubbock, Texas. Now, this is a warrant, made out by circuit court Judge Henry Allen Laudermilk of Austin Texas.
You're encouraged to wire him. He'll back up who I am, and who your dear departed sheriff was. In other words Marshall Django : I'll be damned!
People do now, though. Yeah, but, you know, it was really such a lesson. Such a lesson. Because I understood what she meant. That one thing doesn't have anything to do with the other.
And that's something that I am always telling youngsters who say, "Oh, I want to become an actor. You have your life in front of you.
On what basis do you make that choice right now? If you're not prepared to take the hard times, in a way, you have no business in the good times either.
You mentioned your frustrations before "Inglourious Basterds" happened. After winning the Oscar, was it the opposite? Was it overwhelming?
Here, yes. Here, in America, they are open because they can smell an opportunity. And I'm not saying that in any negative or derogatory way.
On the contrary. Because that's what this is all about, opportunity. Europe, the Old Country, is not necessarily all about opportunity - the reality, the tradition, how we do things.
The offers I get in Germany now are things I wouldn't have done five years ago. That's surprising. I just assumed an Oscar win would resonate wherever No, no, they totally respect and admire and see it for what it's worth.
But it doesn't result in any tangible opportunities. So, right now, I have no business being there.
It's funny. Have you been satisfied with your Hollywood career so far? So far, I have. Very much so. Why I started this by mentioning that you're playing the "good guy" is that I feel you've been cast in a lot of villain roles until now.
At least the more action-type films. It's true. And one has to watch it a little bit. But as long as the parts are good, it would be silly to not play it because it doesn't fit some sort of fantasy strategy that you might concoct.
And strategy doesn't work. It's silly. Maybe a strategy works with an industrial corporation and all that -- but I'm not an industrial corporation.
I'm just me. I have interests to follow that change once in a while. What is interesting to me today might not necessarily be so interesting tomorrow.
There's someone living in this suit. Maybe it's not strategy, but you've picked some good directors. Even a movie like "Green Hornet" that some people liked and some people didn't, it was still Michel Gondry.
Well, exactly! Look, you named it. So, I just follow my interests. Not only my instinct, but always my interest.
And I mean "interest" in the true sense of the word. Is that something that I've done before and I don't really need to go after it because I don't want to repeat myself?
Just because, "Oh, it doesn't fit my strategy. Who out there do you still want to work with? You're working with Terry Gilliam on "The Zero Theorem.
We just finished. Let's make that happen. I mean, hey-hey.