At first glance, it is a nice integration of stories: Dar Salim, 1977 born in Baghdad and at the age of one year with his parents from Iraq fled, as an actor, initially only used in Gangster roles, fights, and lands, finally, as an investigator, integrated in the "crime scene". What a Chance for a newcomer!
The actual story but it Is Not the Salim must be very grateful, this must be the creators of the Bremen "Tatort". The 42-Year-old international is already more than asked. In his native Denmark, where he arrived after several flight stations at the age of seven, he went to the school first of all to the military, was part of the Royal life guards and patrolled in front of Amalienborg Palace, the Copenhagen city residence of the Danish Queen. His next professional goal: Pilot. Salim made an education, which he financed with Jobs as a cook and a fitness trainer, then flew scheduled flights between Africa and Europe, but devoted himself at the same time to another passion – acting.
He took lessons in New York and London and played subsequently in the Danish series, scene to the top, including in Switzerland, the successful series "Borgen". As the role increases in offerings, he gave the line flying.
A mixture of Spider-Man and Batman
In the Belgian-Dutch production "The Devil's Double", he played a Iraqis in the British-American Moses Bible movie "Exodus" by Ridley Scott is a captain. Most of the people he is likely to be from the first season of "Game of Thrones", where he rages as a testosterone-blood knight Qotho through the fantasy realm. His roles have in common a: was always the Evil, which is no wonder, because if Salim's forehead in a seemingly-meter-deep Wutfalten fear, is likely in future to move some of the Bremer Suspects to confess.
But it fits his new role to him, the change from the blood knight to the investigators in Bremen? Could it be that. Dalim plays a fresh out of Denmark in Bremen-arrived police employee named Mads Andersen. And this should not be to create consistently right, at least the Salim hinted in an Interview, in which he described his role as a mix of Spider-Man and Batman. "The crime scene"experience has collected Salim by the way: Although he is not like his Co-investigators raised inside Jasna Fritzi Bauer and Luise Wolfram in "Tatort"-country, his first English-speaking role, but he got right there: in the Bremen "Tatort" in 2014.
His acting, he had to restrict in part: "Normally I learn my lines very quickly and concentrate on the Situation, we play in the scene. The Text is in this Moment of secondary importance," said Salim in an Interview. As he spoke however no German, he had to keep strictly to the memorized sentences. Noticed the none, Salim was referred to in the criticism as so authentic evil, "that you don't want to occasionally switch on strapless short to Rosamunde Pilcher, to lose Faith in the Good".
Created: 06.12.2019, 20:24 PM