Andreas Elsholz - Andreas Elsholz

Andreas Elsholz (born April 26, 1972 in Berlin ) is a German actor and singer . He began his career with the RTL soap opera Gute Zeiten, Zeiten Zeiten , in which he played Heiko Richter from 1992 to 1996 and was one of the first big stars of the series. Elsholz is married to his colleague Denise Zich . The two have a son and live near Berlin. In 1994 he published his autobiography under the title Ich, Andreas Elsholz - My Exciting Life .

music

Chart positions
Explanation of the data
Albums [1]
The album
FROM 38 03.01.1994 (12 weeks)
AT 34 13.02.1994 (2 weeks)
With you forever
FROM 72 07.08.1995 (5 weeks)
AT 36 03.09.1995 (1 week)
Singles[1]
Still crazy about you
FROM 26 19.07.1993 (8 weeks)

Spurred on by his success at GZSZ , Elsholz was the first series star to attempt a career as a singer. His first single was released in 1993 and a short time later his album Andreas Elsholz - Das Album was released. It reached number 38 in Germany and number 34 in Austria. His second single was called Immer noch crazy nach dich and reached number 26 (1993, music: Möhrle / Ehrhard, text: Wolter / Wilkening / Breitmeier). Two more singles followed, Gib mir noch Zeit (1993) and Summertime (1994). His second album Mit dir für immer (A # 36; D # 72) followed in 1995. Also in 1995 he released his last single Because I love youout. Elsholz's time as a singer came to an end with his exit from Gute Zeiten, Bad Zeiten .

Filmography (selection)

Movie
  • 1996: Clinic under palm trees - the challenge
  • 1997: Rosamunde Pilcher - Two sisters
  • 1999: Nora (TV movie)
  • 1999: Just Out (TV Movie)
  • 2000: A Love on Mallorca 2 (TV movie)
  • 2002: Maximum Speed ​​- Run for your life! (TV movie)
  • 2002: Fire, Ice & Canned Beer
  • 2002: The Crystal Princess (TV movie)
  • 2003: Rosamunde Pilcher - Paths of Love
  • 2005: Inga Lindström - On the trail of love
  • 2008: Rosamunde Pilcher - Hearts in the Wind
  • 2015: Uli Hoeneß - The Patriarch (docudrama)
  • 2018: The dream ship - Maldives
TV Shows

Weblinks

Individual evidence

  1. a b Chartquellen: Charts DE AT