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 Director of Voice Recording and Dubbing 

 Michel Wiesner 

Michael Wiesner, born in Bad Belzig in 1984, started professional acting  in his childhood at different theaters, in film and on television. 

On stage he was working aside of Brigitte Mira, Klaus Sonnenschein and Günther Mack, on television he acted continuously in formats such as "Parxis Bülowbogen", “Abschnit 40”, "Polizeiruf 110" and "Meine besten Jahre" and in the movies "Mitfahrer", "Sommersturm" and "Wir wollten auf's Meer".
And he wasn't just working in front of the camera: at the age of 13 he began as voice dubber / dubbing actor and has participated in around 1480 individual productions, including being the German voice of Justin Bieber, Prince Michael Jackson (jr.) and the daughter of Cher (Chez Bono), as well as the female killer called "Snoop" in the series "The Wire".
In addition to his other activities as a musician and composer he has established the "Studio 84" and directed the voice recording and dubbing for the Monoloco Film productions “Höre die Stille” ("Hear the Silence") and "Flauschys". 

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