Mario Adorf has often played brilliant bad guys. KINO explains why fans love him for it.
In one of his first film roles, Mario Adorf made an excellently scary mass murderer. As a bad guy in a popular Western, he even shot the hero’s sister. Why film audiences love to hate him as a film villain?
His on-screen characters are notorious - often rogues and villains - and he's starred in over 200 roles. At 85, German actor Mario Adorf remains a much-loved screen legend.
With Tarantino's "Inglorious Basterds," he was catapulted into fame. Two Oscars later, Christoph Waltz is already a fixture in Hollywood. As he now turns 60, he celebrates with more challenging roles.
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