About Robert Stadlober
August 03, 1982
|Place of Birth||:||Friesach, Carinthia, Austria|
|Also Known As||:||Robert Stadtlober, Robert Stadlhober|
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Robert Stadlober (born 3 August 1982) is an Austrian actor and musician. His sister is Anja Stadlober, also an actress. Robert Stadlober was born on 3 August 1982 in Friesach in the Austrian province of Carinthia, and grew up in Puchfeld in the Steiermark (Austria) and in Berlin (Germany). As a child he worked as a voiceover artist for several films and he acted in different TV productions and motion picture films also. His largest success is playing the main role as Benjamin Lebert, a partially disabled teenager at a boarding school, in the film Crazy (2000). Later, he starred in Summer Storm (2004), a gay coming-of-age story set at a rowing summer-camp. Although The Advocate has claimed that he is bisexual, Stadtlober himself objects to such labelling, saying that he's just had some homosexual experiences and that this is normal. He was awarded the "best young actor" award at the Montreal International Film Festival in 2004 for his portrayal in Summer Storm. He is also a singer and musician. He used to be in the rock Band Gary with David Winter and Rasmus Engler where he was the lead singer and played the guitar. He is now a third of Indie band Escorial Gruen. Further, since 2007 he also runs the independent record label Siluh records. Until 2007, he made three movies together with Tom Schilling: Crazy (2000), Play It Loud! (2003) and Black Sheep (2006). Robert Stadlober currently lives in Berlin (2008). Source: Article "Robert Stadlober" from Wikipedia in english, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.