It looks like you’ll be seeing more of Daniel Brühl in Hollywood films…
The 35-year-old half-Spanish actor has signed with talent management agency Anonymous Content.
Brühl is currently earning rave reviews for his starring role in Ron Howard’s Formula One period piece Rush, in which he plays Austrian driver Niki Lauda, the fierce rival of Chris Hemsworth’s brash British racer, James Hunt.
In October, Bruhl will portray another living person, the former Wikileaks spokesperson Daniel Domscheit-Berg, in DreamWorks‘ The Fifth Estate.
Bruhl’s other English-language credits include Inglorious Basterds, The Bourne Ultimatum and 2 Days in Paris.
He recently wrapped the thriller A Most Wanted Man, starring opposite Phillip Seymour Hoffman.