Sascha Hehn Vermögen – A German actor and voice actor with the name of “Sascha” is Alexander Josef Alberto Hehn.Gardy Artinger, an assistant director and prompter, is the mother of Albert Hehn’s fourth son, Sascha Hehn. He was raised by his mother in the Munich suburb of Grünwald following his parents’ divorce. He made his film debut at the age of five in Hubertusjagd. Acting roles in other films and television shows followed. His acting career had taken over his life to the point where he dropped out of commercial school before finishing his high school graduation.
Among the television shows in which Hehn appeared in the 1960s were Der Doppel Nikolaus, Sky Plays, and The Vico Torriani Show. The actor went on to play roles in erotica and horror films.Hehn served a five-week prison sentence for failing to declare his primary residence in West Berlin in order to escape military duty. A few months into his service, he was freed from the mountain troops in Landsberg am Lech.
As a co-star in the Australian adventure series Goodbye, Charlie, in 1976 he appeared alongside Andrew Keir. Even then, Hehn appeared on occasion in foreign productions, such as the 1987 television picture Poor Rich Girl – The Story of Barbara Hutton, in which he played tennis baron Gottfried von Cramm.As Dr. Udo Brinkmann in Die Schwarzwaldklinik with Klausjürgen Wussow, who played the main physician, and as Chief Steward Victor in the television series Das Traumschiff in the 1980s, he became well-known to a national audience.
He was also a stage actor. At the Salzburg Festival, he appeared as Orlando in Shakespeare’s As You Like It with Barbara Sukowa in 1980 and 1981, and with Judy Winter in Cocteau’s The Double Eagle in 1980 and 1981. He also appeared in Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with O. W. Fischer as Masham in 1972. Ernst-Deutsch-Theater in 1989 he portrayed Egmont in Goethe’s Egmont,
His most notable appearance as a leading lady was in the 1992 family drama Love on Probation, in which he co-starred with Gila von Weitershausen. He played Dr. Markus Merthin, a gynecologist, in the television series of the same name from 1994 to 1997. Weitere Fernsehproduktionen such as Eine Liebe auf Mallorca and the Black Forest Clinic 20th Anniversary Specials followed. During his time as a child actor, he played the role of a thief who falls in love with the kindergarten teacher Julia Weber in the ARD television film Once a thief, Always a Thief. In 2012, he played alongside Marion Kracht as Richard Travis in the Austrian romantic film A Summer in Scotland directed by Michael Keusch. In the ZDF sitcom Lerchenberg, which premiered in March 2013, he played himself.
Sascha Hehn Vermögen : 8,5 Millionen € (geschätzt)
Hehn took over as Captain Victor Burger of the dream ship from Siegfried Rauch in January 2014. As the series continued to progress and quality standards allegedly fell, he resigned from his position in 2018 due to his unhappiness.The Karl May Festival in Bad Segeberg, Germany, announced in March 2020 that Hehn would portray the part of lprinz in the drama of the same name.
On the other hand, Hehn portrayed Shrek in Shrek: The Second Movie, Shrek 2: Wrath of the Titans, Shrek 3 and Shrek Forever in his voice acting career. When Astrid Lindgren’s Karlsson vom Dach was released in 1966, Hehn provided his voice to the character of Lillebror. He also provided the voice of He-Man in the video version of the He-Man series.. Hehn resides in the Bavarian town of Mittergars. In addition to acting and voice acting, Sascha Hehn is also a German model.
Albert Hehn’s fourth child, Sascha Hehn, is the son of assistant director and prompter Gardy Artinger. After his parents divorced, he was raised by his mother in Grünwald, a suburb of Munich. He appeared in his debut picture, “Hubertusjagd,” when he was just five years old. After that, she had numerous parts in films and television shows. While working as an actor, he was unable to finish high school since he was so busy.
For example, he appeared on the Vico Torriani Show, Der Doppel Nikolaus and Sky Plays throughout the 1960s. Sex comedies would also appear in his filmography in the future.Hehn was sentenced to five weeks in prison for registering his principal address in West Berlin in order to evade military duty. While stationed in Landsberg am Lech with the mountain forces at the end of 1982, he was granted an early release. When Goodbye, Charlie! was shown in 1976, it was co-starring Andrew Keir. As Gottfried von Cramm in the 1987 television film Poor Rich Girl – The Story of Barbara Hutton, Hehn was also involved in a number of international productions.
With Klausjürgen Wussow’s portrayal of the main physician, he became known to a huge television audience as Dr. Udo Brinkmann and Chief Steward Victor in the television series Das Traumschiff.In addition, he had a role in plays. He appeared in Shakespeare’s As You Like It with Barbara Sukowa in 1980 and 1981 and in Cocteau’s The Double Eagle with Judy Winter in 1980 and 1981 at the Salzburg Festival. In 1972, he co-starred as Masham with OW Fischer in Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. In 1989, he portrayed Egmont in Goethe’s Egmont at the Ernst-Deutsch-Theater.
For seven episodes of the 1992 family drama Love on Probation, Hehn co-starred with Gila von Weitershausen. He played Dr. Markus Merthin, a gynecologist, from 1994 until 1997. Other programs followed, including “A Love on Mallorca” and “Specials” for the Black Forest Clinic’s 20th anniversary. It was in his role as Jean Berlinger in the ARD television film “Einmal Thief, immer Thief” in 2007 that the young thief fell head over heels in love with the kindergarten teacher Julia Weber . In 2012, he starred alongside Marion Kracht in Michael Keusch’s Austrian love story, A Summer in Scotland. As of March 2013, he appeared in the ZDF comedy Lerchenberg, playing himself.
ival. 1972 spielte er zusammen mit OW Fischer die Hauptrolle als Masham in Tennessee Williams’ Die Katze auf dem heißen Blechdach. 1989 verkörperte er den Egmont in Goethes Egmont am Ernst-Deutsch-Theater.
In sieben Folgen des Familiendramas Love on Probation von 1992 spielte Hehn zusammen mit Gila von Weitershausen. Von 1994 bis 1997 spielte er den Gynäkologen Dr. Markus Merthin. Weitere Sendungen folgten, darunter „Eine Liebe auf Mallorca“ und „Specials“ zum 20-jährigen Jubiläum der Schwarzwaldklinik. In seiner Rolle als Jean Berlinger im ARD-Fernsehfilm „Einmal Dieb, immer Dieb“ verliebte sich der junge Dieb 2007 Hals über Kopf in die Kindergärtnerin Julia Weber. 2012 spielte er an der Seite von Marion Kracht in Michael Keuschs österreichischer Liebesgeschichte A Summer in Scotland. Ab März 2013 spielte er sich selbst in der ZDF-Komödie Lerchenberg.