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Kommissar Rex Schauspieler

In der vierten Staffel stirbt er jedoch den Serientod. Nach dem Serien-Aus wirkte der Schauspieler in zahlreichen Produktionen mit – unter. Besetzung, Charaktere, Schauspieler & Crew der TV-Serie: Gerhard Zemann · Wolf Bachofner · Heinz Weixelbraun · Martin Weinek · Reginald von Ravenhorst. Alles über Rex, Richard Moser und die anderen Kommissare der Sendung "​Kommissar Rex" Kommissar Rex. Rex · Darsteller.

Kommissar Rex Schauspieler Tobias Moretti in „Kommissar Rex”

Der polizeilich ausgebildete Schäferhund Reginald von Ravenhorst, der von seinem Herrchen nur Rex genannt wird, hilft den Ermittlern der Wiener Polizei beim Lösen von spannenden Fällen, indem er Beweisstücke und Personen aufspürt. Kommissar Rex ist eine österreichische Krimiserie, die in Wien spielt und in der stets der Schauplatz Rom in italienischer Sprache, mit italienischen Schauspielern und ebenfalls mit einem Diensthund noch einmal komplett neu produziert. Kommissar Rex Schauspieler, Cast & Crew. Liste der Besetung: Tobias Moretti, Gedeon Burkhard, Heinz Weixelbraun u.v.m. Hier erfahrt ihr, was die ehemaligen Kommissar Rex Schauspieler Tobias Moretti und Karl Markovics heute machen und wie sie mittlerweile aussehen! Die erstmals ausgestrahlte Krimiserie „Kommissar Rex“ basiert auf der Idee der Autoren Peter Hajek und Peter Moser. Im Mittelpunkt der >> MEHR. Besetzung, Charaktere, Schauspieler & Crew der TV-Serie: Gerhard Zemann · Wolf Bachofner · Heinz Weixelbraun · Martin Weinek · Reginald von Ravenhorst. Alles über Rex, Richard Moser und die anderen Kommissare der Sendung "​Kommissar Rex" Kommissar Rex. Rex · Darsteller.

Kommissar Rex Schauspieler

Die erstmals ausgestrahlte Krimiserie „Kommissar Rex“ basiert auf der Idee der Autoren Peter Hajek und Peter Moser. Im Mittelpunkt der >> MEHR. Kommissar Rex Schauspieler, Cast & Crew. Liste der Besetung: Tobias Moretti, Gedeon Burkhard, Heinz Weixelbraun u.v.m. In der vierten Staffel stirbt er jedoch den Serientod. Nach dem Serien-Aus wirkte der Schauspieler in zahlreichen Produktionen mit – unter.

Koch asks him what Rex does with it, to which Moser replies, "He washes it". Rex was not jealous of Alex and stole a rose for Alex to give to a pretty blonde co-worker.

Once when Moser is working undercover and needs to ensure Rex won't greet him. He tells Stockinger, "You only need to say 'vet' to him and he'll stop whatever he's doing", a statement which results in a memorable scene involving Stockinger walking after Rex at a crime scene calling out "Vet!

He is introduced to them by Moser, who tells him, "I practically live on these". Rex has to date been played by four dogs.

Until , he was played by Santo vom Haus Zieglmayer, also known as 'Beejay', and was then replaced by Rhett Butler.

For the revival, Rex is played by a dog named Henry. The first "team leader", Richard "Richie" Moser is a hard-bitten cop who, as the first season begins, is going through a bitter divorce from his wife Gina, who takes all their furniture.

Moser is also attempting to quit smoking, to improve his blood circulation. An ex-truck driver, Moser credits Max Koch with keeping him from a life of crime, at one point telling Koch that "I'd be on the wrong side of the law too, just like him", referring to a young pickpocket he has just chased through central Vienna.

Moser befriended Rex whose former police trainer, Michael, was shot and killed by an escaping suspect.

To save the dog from being put down, Moser "adopted" him without ever completing any of the official paperwork.

He famously declares at one point, "My taxes pay for this dog, so why can't I give him a better home? Moser, in contrast to his successors, is shown to be quite athletic, often performing acrobatic stunts while chasing suspects.

Moretti's looks were also exploited by the producers of the show. He made several nude appearances, including an episode where Moser and a female colleague frolick naked in the woods to attract a serial killer targeting young couples.

As Moser's personal life improves, his sense of humour returns. This is noticeable in the general lightening in the tone of the show from the initial episodes "Diagnosis Murder" being a prime example to ones with more light-hearted banter among the officers.

Being a bachelor, Moser flirts with many of the attractive women featured in the storylines. Moser begins a relationship with Sonja, his local vet, which Rex thoroughly disapproves of and constantly tries to sabotage.

In time, Rex accepts Sonja and even pretends to have an injured paw when he wants her to stay with him. Sonja eventually leaves Moser and Rex when she is offered a job in America.

In the final scenes of the season 4 episode "Moser's Death", Moser is killed in the line of duty by an escaped 'border-line psychopath' played by famous German actor Ulrich Tukur Das Leben der Anderen while Moser is rescuing his lover, Patricia Neuhold a psychologist who has been helping with the case.

The escapee commits suicide just after he kills Moser, and there is a heartbreaking scene at the hospital after the doctor tells Moser's friends that he died.

Rex takes a squeaky toy that Moser bought at the beginning of the episode to Moser's body and squeaks it until he accepts his master is gone, then he lays his head on Moser's chest and the scene fades to white.

Alex Brandtner replaces Moser as team leader. Following Moser's death, Rex has become depressed and refuses to eat, wanting to stay near Moser's house all the time.

However, Brandtner succeeds in helping Rex out of his depression. Brandtner had lost his former dog, Arko, in an explosion and does not want to work with dogs again, until he meets Rex.

The explosion has also robbed him of his hearing in his right ear, a fact he confides only to Rex. Brandtner moves into the house that Moser and Rex used to share, apparently because Rex does not want to leave.

Brandtner is athletic and performs various physical stunts throughout the series, such as diving over car bonnets, engaging in fast-paced chases on foot and dives.

His living room is filled with boxing and fitness gear and he is portrayed as very attractive to women. He had once gone undercover in a prison and also as a drunken homeless man, for instance.

On his first appearance in the show, he dives into the Danube Canal to retrieve a vital piece of evidence, and later in his debut episode he parachutes from a light aircraft, along with Rex, in order to apprehend a suspect.

He also seems to have an uncanny instinct for sensing if a suspect is guilty or innocent, even without evidence.

During the time Burkhard was on the show, the international ratings for the series increased. Unlike Moretti, Burkhard's looks were not exploited by the producers of the show and he did not make nude appearances.

The most skin that Burkhard showed was in an episode where a bank burglar forced Brandtner to strip to prove that he was unarmed, before parading him through the street in only his underwear.

Replacing Brandtner as team leader, Hoffmann is a very eager detective. Hoffmann is portrayed as being very witty, outsmarting murderers.

He is also portrayed as being stouter, yet more muscular in comparison to Brandtner and Moser; in one instance he is shown doing various workouts. He shares a close relationship with Niki Herzog, and they soon live together, but sometimes have disagreements.

Apparently Hoffmann had studied forensic science under Graf, and the two men still seem to share a somewhat master-student relationship, with Hoffmann often deferring to Graf's judgement where Brandtner and Moser had previously not always done so.

Rex seems to understand the Italian language quite easily. In the second episode of season 14 entitled "Amidst the Wolves" Fabbri dies in the explosion of a car during a trap prepared by a Mafia boss.

Davide Rivera replaces Fabbri as team leader in season Rivera becomes a friend with Rex after the loss of Inspector Lorenzo Fabbri.

He follows his grandfather's advice and, eventually, Rex stops avoiding him. Rivera appears for the last time on the episode "Legami di sangue", the last episode of season It is unknown why he does not appear in season The "straight man" to Rex—and, increasingly, Moser—Ernst Stockinger "Stocki" for short is a character who becomes much more likeable as his part in the series develops.

Stockinger is thin and always has a very serious demeanour. In later episodes, this is revealed as a cover for his schemes to outsmart Rex, who loves to tease him.

Although Stockinger pretends not to like dogs, he risks his career to help Moser save Rex when the dog is kidnapped to prevent Moser from testifying against an assassin.

For all Stockinger's constantly-voiced irritation with Rex, he genuinely has come to care for this particular dog. This is very obvious in the last two episodes Stocki appears in, when he is upset that Rex jumped from one roof to another to capture a killer.

Stocki is also openly affectionate to Rex once his transfer is approved and he realizes how much he is going to miss the team.

He tells Richard and Höllerer they are his only friends and includes Rex as his friend as well. Stockinger is married and uses his marriage to jokingly claim expertise over Moser in regard to women.

Frequently, when a case hinges on the behaviour of a female witness or suspect, Stockinger gently tells Moser, "Richard, since your divorce, you've lost your touch with women".

Stockinger's wife, it seems, is not greatly pleased with her husband's choice of career at times, and Moser often reminds him of this.

Stocki's knowledge of women does not save him and Rex from being thrown out by Stocki's wife when he watches Rex and the dog howls for Moser.

Another of Stockinger's idiosyncrasies is his constant references to surgery which has been performed on him - most likely for stomach ulcers.

He seems to delight in telling stories about this surgery at the most inappropriate moments, such as when the others are about to eat.

Eventually, Stockinger is transferred to Salzburg and leaves the series. In this final episode, Rex saves Stockinger by leaping across a classroom just as a disgruntled divorced man was about to stab Stockinger in the throat during an attempted kidnapping attempt on his child.

Moser, in a farewell speech, jokingly tells Stocki that, "You have been a bad cop, a bad man, and not at all a good friend". Stockinger later features in a spin-off two season television series, Stockinger , featuring him at his new police department.

He is replaced by Christian Böck. The obese Peter Höllerer is a constant source of comic relief in the series.

Generally found ensconced behind his desk working the phones, his face visibly falls whenever Moser and Stockinger or, later, Brandtner and Böck require him to do fieldwork.

That said, he is capable of surprising speed when running and can also demonstrate driving skills on a par with other officers.

In one episode, Höllerer is taken hostage by a man with a bomb who forces him to drive away from a police blockade.

Höllerer turns the tables by driving at high speed into an empty parking lot and diving out of the car. In another episode, Höllerer disarmed a bomb just before it would have exploded.

Höllerer tends to take a co-ordinating role when an operation is being planned, rather than actually going undercover or making the arrest himself.

In these situations, he reveals himself to have a very clear head and to be capable of coping with even the most unusual situations that his partners get involved into.

Höllerer has a soft spot for Rex as the series progresses, after first voicing concern that Moser did not adopt him through the proper channels.

This is shown by his keeping score between Böck and Rex in the early episodes featuring the former.

Höllerer takes inordinate delight in seeing the dog outsmarting the man. Höllerer's departure from the series is brought about by his retirement to care for his ailing mother, a woman about whom he often speaks.

He is replaced by Fritz Kunz. Of all the recurring characters in the series, Höllerer's accent is the thickest.

Viewers familiar with standard German will often have difficulty understanding his Viennese dialect. Böck is first introduced as a somewhat suspicious-looking character, a member of a borderline-illegal car club who is not even trusted by his club mates.

During the course of his investigation into this club, Moser begins to suspect Böck, but he turns out to be an undercover policeman making similar investigations.

The two eventually combine to solve the relevant case, and Moser convinces Böck to transfer to his team. Böck's undercover skills are largely ignored after the transfer, but his personable manner proves an advantage when it comes to interrogations particularly contrasting with the somewhat dour Moser.

By the time of Brandtner's arrival, Böck's youth and athleticism have resulted in his frequently being involved in chasing criminals on foot.

The dynamic between Böck and Kunz forms an almost constant source of comic relief. Most notable in this is their dialogue when trying to establish the angle from which a witness would have seen a certain event - each man speaks at cross-purposes to the other and both end up totally confused.

Böck and Rex share a rivalry, with Böck trying to outsmart Rex, but Rex wins nearly all the time. Böck is also one of the few who question Rex's abilities as an elite police dog, but Moser keeps telling him that he has always been this way.

Replacing Höllerer after the latter's retirement to care for his mother, Kunz has been drawn from the statistics section of the force. Initially he is very much out of place in the slightly freer atmosphere of Brandtner's office.

A running gag in his early appearances deals with his obsessive-compulsiveness and fussy attention to the placement of his desk stationery e.

Kunz's background in statistics is also often the source of amusement, as he is seemingly able to deliver, from memory, obscure statistical information about the activities of criminals.

He tends to be used to man the phones during investigations, rather than on active duty. However, he is also occasionally required to go undercover once as a kitchen hand, another time as a stable hand and another as an entertainer in a street market , much to his chagrin.

Kunz is much tougher than he looks. He once smashed a door in with an ax just in time to save Alex's life after a murder suspect left Alex facedown and unconscious in a filling bathtub.

The only female officer played by Elke Winkens [7] in the history of the show, Herzog is paired with Hoffmann Kunz is almost entirely desk-bound in this incarnation of the series , and sexual tension constantly results.

The pair spend the night together, before starting their new jobs, without realising that they are both police officers.

They soon share a house with Rex and are often disturbed in the middle of a romantic moment with news of a case. In contrast to Hoffmann, Herzog tends to be more level-headed and capable of performing physical acts.

Her physical appearance also serves the team well in relating to suspects, as she is frequently underestimated and sometimes taunted by brash male criminals.

Morini is a colleague of Lorenzo Fabbri and they work on every crime together. Rex does not obey Morini at all, however in one episode he takes care of Rex because Fabbri has broken his ankle.

At the beginning of the 14th season he is transferred to Milan and leaves the series. Dr Leo Graf is the forensic pathologist consulted by the detectives.

On occasion, he is found at the crime scene itself, however he is normally to be found in his pathology laboratory, and occasionally comes into the police office.

Gerhard Zemann is the only actor to appear as the same character throughout the long-running series. Dr Graf is a sometimes prickly personality, but underneath this exterior he has a very dry wit - frequently regaling the detectives against their will with the gruesome details of a murder.

Naturally he is quite comfortable in his lab, surrounded by dead bodies, even if others are not. Many of the earlier episodes highlight the contrasting reactions of the policemen especially Moser and Stockinger and Graf to the death all around them.

At times, however, Dr Graf clearly resents the pressure put on him by the policemen. One memorable telephone exchange involves Moser agreeing to pay Dr Graf a number of Cuban cigars for working on the weekend.

Another time, Graf's car is towed while he is investigating a murder scene. The resulting invective he uses towards the authorities responsible is caustic.

Where Graf is very amiable towards Moser's team, this relationship progressively changes as Brandtner arrives.

Early episodes featuring Brandtner show Alex and Leo using formal language - generally involving the German "Sie" form of address the polite form.

Eventually, this exterior is broken down and the new team is invited to call him Leo - a sign of considerable familiarity in German or Austrian society.

Accordingly, Brandtner's greeting to Graf alters from the formal "Guten Morgen" to the more familiar "Servus". With Hoffmann and Herzog, however, the relationship with Graf is more of a teacher-student one.

It emerges early that Hoffmann had been taught forensic techniques by Graf, and it is clear that some of the awe felt by the considerably younger policeman for his mentor is still present.

Graf also assumes a much more advisory role with this team, appearing only once during each investigation instead of being constantly on call.

Familiarly known to all as Max, Koch is a retired policeman who saved Moser from a life of crime and became something of a mentor to him.

It is, in fact, advice from Koch which is responsible for solving many of the more baffling cases, as his insights into human psychology - particularly female psychology something he often claims Moser has had no knowledge of since his divorce - prove correct.

As the series progresses, Koch's role alters to that of being a useful spy for Moser in certain situations where his team is too well-known.

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