Rachel Stern sat down with renowned GermanSpanish actor Daniel Brühl to talk about how he's bringing his passion for Spanish cooking to Berlin. TAPAS WITH A MOVIE STAR
Many know Daniel Brühl, 38, as one of the most versatile actors of the modern day. He first rose to international fame with the Berlin-based
Good Bye Lenin! (2003), and has since starred in more than 30 films in his native German and Spanish, as well as English and French. In 2009, he played Private First Class Fredrick Zoller in Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds, and this coming year he will star in World War II drama The Zookeeper's Wife and sci-fi horror film The God Particle.
Besides acting, the Barcelona-born actor has another big passion: food. He owns the colorful Bar Raval in Kreuzberg (Lübbener Str. 1), a modern tapas bar and restaurant with a suave and stylish feel, and will soon be opening Bar Gràcia in Prenzlauer Berg, named after the Barcelona neighborhood where he lives when not in Berlin.