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Christoph Waltz is a German-Austrian actor and film director. Looking at his early life, he was born in Vienna, Austria. His father died when he was just seven years old and then got raised by his mother and her second husband. In his youth, he had a passion for Opera. After graduating from Vienna’s Theresianum, he then went to study acting at the Max Reinhardt Seminar. As he was very interested in opera so he also studied singing and opera at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, but later decided not to pursue an opera career. Instead, his professional career began as a stage actor and then soon ventured into the on-screen work. Christoph got the breakthrough of his acting career through the films Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained, each of which earned him prestigious accolades like Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, and BAFTA Award.
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|Height||171 cm, 5′ 7¼”|
|Weight||66 kg, 145 pounds|
|Shoe Size (US)||unknown|
"You can't always do the extraordinary, in between you have to do the ordinary. Because if you didn't, what would constitute the extraordinary?"Christoph Waltz
"Something that is very special today might not be special tomorrow, but to hold it, to grasp it, to keep it, to make it special, to elevate it from the ordinary, that's when you open up the champagne. To make it sparkle."Christoph Waltz
"The actor is there to translate what's on the page onto the stage or the screen. So I find it important that an actor manages to actually get out of the way, vanish as a person behind the character, never to be seen or talked about again. That's my philosophy."Christoph Waltz
"You see, my version of why anyone would want to become an actor is that it's some psychological fixation, something that happened in puberty that you didn't outgrow in time, which is normal. Nevertheless, if you make it a profession, it can be really neurotic."Christoph Waltz
"I know from my experience in theater that the crowd is different every night; the reactions, the tension. But it's true for film as well, going from country to country and culture to culture. The difference between California and New York responses, for example. It's really fascinating."Christoph Waltz