Synonyms for stadlober or Related words with stadlober

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Examples of "stadlober"
Robert Stadlober (born 3 August 1982) is an Austrian actor and musician. His sister is Anja Stadlober, also an actress.
Robert Stadlober currently lives in Berlin (2008).
Teresa Stadlober (born February 1, 1993) is an Austrian cross-country skier. She competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, in skiathlon and women's classical.
On October 9, 2008, Krabat, an adaptation of the youth novel of the same name by Otfried Preußler was released, starring Robert Stadlober, Daniel Brühl and David Kross.
She concluded her career at the end of the 1987/1988 season with her second win in Slalom World Cup by winning her last race in Aspen. She is married to Alois Stadlober a former Austrian cross country skier and world champion at the 1999 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships. Her daughter Theresa Stadlober is currently competing in the FIS Cross-country skiing World Cup, she scored 9th in the "Tour de Ski"-event 2016/17.
At the 1999 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Ramsau, he won gold in 4 × 10 km relay with his relay teammates Alois Stadlober, Mikhail Botwinov, and Christian Hoffmann.
In 2009 she appeared as high jumper Elisabeth 'Lilly' Vogt in Kaspar Heidelbach's film "Berlin 36", and also in 2009, she starred as Müllerstochter Lisa in the ARD adaptation "Rumpelstilzchen" alongside Robert Stadlober.
Alois Stadlober (born April 11, 1962) is a former cross-country skier from Austria who competed from 1988 to 2000. He earned two medals at the 1999 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships with a gold in the 4 x 10 km and a silver in the 10 km.
Summer Storm () is a 2004 German coming-of-age comedy-drama film directed by Marco Kreuzpaintner, starring Robert Stadlober, Kostja Ullmann, Alicja Bachleda-Curuś, and Miriam Morgenstern. The story is set to the background of a rowing regatta, which climaxes into a summer storm.
Crazy is a 2000 German film directed by Hans-Christian Schmid. It is based on the autobiographical book by Benjamin Lebert, published in 1999. The film is a drama about a 16-year-old boy named Benjamin who, after experiencing some academic problems, is switched to a boarding school in an attempt to improve his grades. When he reaches the new school, he has difficulty acclimating to his new environment along with some coming of age issues, when he falls in love with a dreamy school girl named Malen. The part of Benjamin was played by Robert Stadlober.
In 2006, Kross worked again with Buck in the film "Hands Off Mississippi" (Hände weg von Mississippi in German), playing a baker apprentice. In the fall of the same year, he started shooting a film by Marco Kreuzpaintner, "Krabat" (The Satanic Mill in English). In this version of Otfried Preußler's children's book, Kross plays the title role, one of the apprentices of magic, with co-stars Daniel Brühl and Robert Stadlober. The film was released on 19 September 2007 in movie festivals and in October 2008 in theatres.
Marlon Kittel started working for the film industry as a stuntman for the German TV series "Der Clown" before he was discovered as an actor. Since 1999, he has had roles in more than a dozen movies and has made a number of appearances on German TV series like "The Old Fox" and "Polizeiruf 110". His popularity increased in Germany when the 2004 movie "Summer Storm" came to the cinemas; Marlon played a gay character named Leo. It was the second time he had appeared in a movie with Robert Stadlober (after "Verschwende Deine Jugend", 2003). It was also the second time playing a gay character; his first appearance in such a role was in the short movie "Freunde" ("The Whiz Kids", 2000). Kittel has also had roles in over 20 German television movies and shows between 2006–2013 and has been a voice actor in several audio dramas.
Robert Stadlober was born on 3 August 1982 in Friesach in the Austrian province of Carinthia, and grew up in Puchfeld in the Steiermark (Austria) and in Berlin (Germany). As a child he worked as a voiceover artist for several films and he acted in different TV productions and motion picture films also. His largest success is playing the main role as Benjamin Lebert, a partially disabled teenager at a boarding school, in the film "Crazy" (2000). Later, he starred in "Summer Storm" (2004), a gay coming-of-age story set at a rowing summer-camp. Although The Advocate has claimed that he is bisexual, Stadtlober himself objects to such labelling, saying that he's just had some homosexual experiences and that this is normal.
He had his first part in a theatrical film as 'Kreuzkamm Junior' in The Flying Classroom in 2003. Shortly afterwards he lent his singing voice to Mowgli in the German version of Jungle Book 2. Aside from other dubbing assignments, Goeske could be seen in various TV shows. In 2004 production commenced on the shoot of Joseph Vilsmaier's Bergkristall, which hit the German film theaters in the winter of 2004/2005. In that film Goeske played the lead role of Konrad. For this achievement he received the Junior Media Award 'White Elephant' at 2005's Filmfest München and a nomination for the International Undine Award (together, among others, with Alexandra Maria Lara, Tom Schilling, Mavie Hörbiger, Kostja Ullmann and Robert Stadlober).