The city of Berlin is an interesting and cosmopolitan place and a popular tourist destination. The area has produced many famous and successful people over the years and here is a look at some of the best and brightest upcomingBerliners.
Germany has a rich culture of film and actress Petra Schmidt-Schaller is a born-and-bred Berliner who has appeared in a number of German films and is starting to make now starting to make the breakthrough into English language films, such as her role in Unknown wit Liam Neeson.
Russian-born but Berlin-raised Emilia Schüle is only 19-years old, but has already appeared in a number of films including one the voices in How to Train a Dragon.
One man who probably can be classed as Berliner is Dominic Monaghan. He was born in Berlin, but raised in England and has gone on to appear in such things as The Lord of the Rings and Lost and is set for a long and successful acting career.
August Diehl might be familiar to most film fans from his role in Quentin Tarantino & Inglorious Basterds. He is already a huge name in Germany and is been tipped for a glittering Hollywood career in the future.
One Berlin-born actress working her way through Hollywood is Sandra Luesse, who has appeared in things such as Monk, Friends with Benefits and Beyond.
Germany is not really known for its music, but rapper D-Iriehas a huge following in his native land thanks to his best known single “Was jetzt los!?!”
Another popularBerlin rapper is B-Tight who rose to fame with the albums Aggro Ansage Nr. 1 and Aggro Ansage Nr. 2.
Away from acting, artist Aram Bartholl graduated from the Berlin University of the Arts and is notable for exploring the relationships between the digital and physical world.
Sport is key to life in Germany and football is obviously a hugely important part of German culture, with Hertha Berlin one of the major teams in the region.
They boast a number of good young players, including goalkeeper Thomas Kraft, a 23-year old goalkeeper who began his career coming through the Bayern Munich ranks before joining Hertha last year.
Midfielder, Fabian Hollandis a 21-year old who has spent a number of years in the Hertha Berlin reserve team and made his debutfor the first team last year and big things are expected from the him.
Marvin Knollspent last season on loan at Dynamo Dresen, having made his Hertha debut in2010. He has Germany youth caps up to the under 20’s and is one day hoping to win a full cap.
One man who has made a big impact on the Hertha first team is Pierre-Michel Lasogga. The former Bayer Leverkusen striker joined Hertha in 2010 and has scored 21 league goals for the club in 57 appearances.
The last Hertha player worth keeping an eye on is Sebastian Neumann, who is a defender who broke into the first team two years ago and has international caps all the way up to under 21 level.
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