German game show hosts

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  1. Sonja Zietlow

    Sonja Zietlow


    Sonja Zietlow (born 13 May 1968 in Bonn) is a German television presenter. She began her career as a host of Hugo & Hexana and is most famous for her own tabloid talk show Sonja, which aired from 1997 to 2001 on Sat.1. More recently, she has hosted several RTL shows, most notably "Der Schwächste fliegt!", a German adaptation of the hit BBC quiz show "The Weakest Link". Since 2004, she has hosted Ich bin ein Star – Holt mich hier raus!, the German adaption of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!. In 2004, she was awarded the title "Woman of the year (moderation)" by Maxim Deutschland. After she graduated from school and before her media career began in 1993, she worked as a pilot for the German airline Lufthansa. When Zietlow was a candidate in a TV show, she was offered a job as host.

  2. Thomas Gottschalk

    Thomas Gottschalk


    Thomas Johannes Gottschalk (born 18 May 1950) is a German radio and television host, entertainer and actor. He is best known for hosting the popular show Wetten, dass..?, which he led to a huge success in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and South Tyrol until 2011. Until 2015 he was also the testimonial personality in television advertisements for Haribo confectionery.

  3. Günther Jauch

    Günther Jauch


    Günther Johannes Jauch (born 13 July 1956) is a German television host. He is a member of the Hamburg Jauch family, but currently lives in Potsdam, Brandenburg with his wife Thea (Dorothea) Jauch and his four children.

  4. Hella von Sinnen

    Hella von Sinnen


    Hella Kemper (born 2 February 1959 in Gummersbach) known by her stage name Hella von Sinnen (lit. Hella out of [her] mind, making pun of the aristocratic von) is a German entertainer. She had several TV shows on German private channels (mainly RTL Group). Since the show's first air date on 11 January 2003, she has formed (together with Bernhard Hoëcker) the two permanent panel members of the award-winning weekly Sat.1 improvisational comedy show Genial daneben (lit. ingeniously off the mark) presented by her main TV partner Hugo Egon Balder. In this show, von Sinnen, Hoëcker and three varying comedians try to answer strange questions sent in by the audience. Her stage name is a pun on the German von preposition denoting noble descent; von Sinnen is a German expression for mad or insane.

  5. Jürgen von der Lippe

    Jürgen von der Lippe


    Hans-Jürgen Dohrenkamp (born 8 June 1948), better known by his stage name Jürgen von der Lippe, is a German television presenter, entertainer, actor and comedian. His stage name comes from the fact that he was born near the source of the river Lippe.

  6. Dirk Bach

    Dirk Bach


    Dirk Bach (23 April 1961 – 1 October 2012) was a German television comedy actor, best known as co-host of Ich bin ein Star – Holt mich hier raus!

  7. Joachim Fuchsberger

    Joachim Fuchsberger


    Joachim "Blacky" Fuchsberger (11 March 1927 – 11 September 2014) was a German-Australian actor, television host, lyricist and businessman best known to a wide German-speaking audience as one of the recurring actors in various Edgar Wallace movies (always playing one of the good guys, often a Detective Inspector with Scotland Yard). In the English-speaking world, he was sometimes credited as Akim Berg or Berger.

  8. Hugo Egon Balder

    Hugo Egon Balder


    Hugo Egon Balder is a German actor and comedian. He was born 22 March 1950 in Berlin to Egon Friedrich Balder (1904–1970) and Gerda Balder, née Schure (1910–1997). Gerda Balder was a Jew who, together with her mother and her son from her first marriage, survived the Theresienstadt concentration camp.

  9. Ulla Kock am Brink

    Ulla Kock am Brink


    Ulla Kock am Brink (Ursula Eva Maria Kock am Brink) (10 July 1961 in Mülheim an der Ruhr) is a German television presenter.

  10. Elton



    Alexander Duszat, better known under the nickname Elton, is a German television host and comedian.

  11. Dieter Thomas Heck

    Dieter Thomas Heck


    Dieter Thomas Heck (born Carl-Dieter Heckscher, 29 December 1937) is a German television presenter, singer and actor. He is known as the presenter of the TV program ZDF-Hitparade, featuring German Schlager music, in the 1970s and 1980s. As an actor, he starred in the TV play Das Millionenspiel in 1970.

  12. Max Schautzer

    Max Schautzer


    Max Schautzer (born 14, August 1940 in Klagenfurt) is an Austrian born, German radio and television presenter.

  13. Stefan Gödde

    Stefan Gödde


    Stefan Gödde (born 12 December 1975) is a German television presenter, radio presenter and reporter. He grew up in Rüthen (Soest). There he visited the Friedrich-Spee-School and completed his Zivildienst. After his Abitur (1995), he studied German studies and English Studies at the University of Paderborn and on the Aston University in Birmingham. His first state exam on teaching in Secondary I and II, he finished in December 2001.

  14. Kai Pflaume

    Kai Pflaume


    Kai Pflaume (* 27 May 1967 in Halle) is a German television presenter and game show host.

  15. Hans-Joachim Kulenkampff

    Hans-Joachim Kulenkampff


    Hans-Joachim Kulenkampff, nickname Kuli (27 April 1921 in Bremen – 14 August 1998 in Seeham) was a German actor and TV host, remembered mainly as host of Einer wird gewinnen, a quiz show that ran from 1964 to 1987.

  16. Frank Elstner

    Frank Elstner


    Frank Elstner, full name Timm Maria Franz Elstner (b. 19 April 1942 in Linz, Austria) is a German television presenter.

  17. Peter Frankenfeld

    Peter Frankenfeld


    Peter Frankenfeld (born Willi Julius August Frankenfeldt on May 31, 1913 in Berlin – January 4, 1979 in Hamburg) was a German comedian, radio and television personality.

  18. Robert Lembke

    Robert Lembke


    Robert Lembke (Robert Emil Weichselbaum) (born 17 September 1913 in Munich; died 14 January 1989) was a German television presenter and game show host.

  19. Jörg Pilawa

    Jörg Pilawa


    Jörg Pilawa (born 7 September 1965 in Hamburg) is a German television presenter.

  20. Wim Thoelke

    Wim Thoelke


    Georg Heinrich Willem (Wim) Thoelke (May 9, 1927 in Mülheim an der Ruhr – November 26, 1995 in Engenhahn) was a German TV entertainer. He worked during the 1960s and 1970s for TV sport serie Aktuelles Sportstudio on German channel ZDF. Thoelke was showmaster of the TV shows Drei mal Neun and Der große Preis in the 1970s and 1980s. Thoelke was married and had two children.

  21. Hans Rosenthal

    Hans Rosenthal


    Hans Rosenthal (2 April 1925 – 10 February 1987) was a radio editor, director, and one of the most popular German radio and television hosts of the 1970s and 1980s.

  22. Thomas Aigner

    Thomas Aigner


    Thomas "Thomy" Aigner (born 14 July 1964 in Vienna) is a former Austrian TV-Entertainer and a current documentary film producer and lecturer.

  23. Fritz Egner

    Fritz Egner


    Fritz Egner (born 3 August 1949 in Munich) is a German broadcaster.

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