Sunday 15 November 2015

Otto Sander, 1941–2013 (German film, theatre, and voice actor)

* Otto Sander's best-known film roles include the angel Cassiel in Wings of Desire (1987) and its sequel Faraway, So Close! (1993) by Wim Wenders, and a shell-shocked U-boat commander, Kapitänleutnant Philipp Thomsen, in Wolfgang Petersen's Das Boot (1981). Sander also appeared in The Tin Drum (1979) as a trumpeter.

Sander died, aged 72, in Berlin on 12 September 2013, having battled cancer for several years.


BIRTH DATA: 30 June 1941, 20:08 (8:08pm) CEDT (-2), Hanover, Germany (52n24, 9e44). ASC: 17 Sagittarius. RR: B (from biography). SOURCE: Sy Scholfield quotes from Otto Sander: ein Hauch von Anarchie darf schon dabei sein by Klaus Dermutz and Karin Messlinger (Henschel, 2002), p. 11: "Der ersehnte Stammhalter erblickte am Montag, den 30. Juni 1941, um 20 Uhr 08 in der Landesfrauenklinik Hannover das Licht der Welt."

Translation: The longed-for son and heir was born on Monday, 30 June 1941, first seeing the light at 20:08 in the national women's clinic at Hannover.

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