Martin May Net Worth

Martin May Net Worth, How did the German actor attain his wealth? Find out more interesting facts about Martin May Net Worth and his career.

About Martin May

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He is a German actor. Martin May gained recognition for his portrayal as ‘Midshipman Ullmann’ in the submarine war classic Das Boot as well as several years of voice acting, including voicing Diesel in the German dub of Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends.

As of today, Martin May Net Worth is $2 Million. Continue reading to find out more about Martin May Net Worth.

Full Name: Martin May
Profession: Actor
Date of Birth: April 21, 1961
Nationality: German
Age: 58
Net Worth: $2 Million

Martin May Career

Martin was born in Germany on April 21, 1961. He made his acting debut in 1979 in the movie The Wonderful Years. May had recurring roles on the television series Abenteuer Airport as Kai Wolf in 1990 and Mit Leib und Seele from 1989 to 1990 as Karl ‘Charly’ Strecker.

 

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He also had recurring roles on the TV series Stubbe – Von Fall zu Fall from 1995 to 1997 as Kay Klowe and on the TV series Tatort from 1986 to 2001. Martin May has starred in other films and episodes of TV series including Das Boot, Strange Fruits, The Crack Connection, SOKO 5113, A Case for Two, Lady Cop, Jackpot, St. Angela, and more.

Martin May has also provided voice roles for video games and films including Sex, Dogz and Rock n Roll, Mata Hari, Dungeon Lords, Need for Speed: Underground, and Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon.

Martin May Net Worth

As of 2019, Martin May Net Worth is $2 Million. Martin’s Net Worth is earned from his career as an actor.

 

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