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

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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.

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