Fabian Harloff was born in Hamburg on January 27, 1970, and although he is still young, he can already look back on more than 45 years of professional acting experience. He began his acting career on the German version of “Sesame Street” and later starred in the junior detective series “TKKG”, the crime series “SK Babies” and the television drama “Die rote Meile” (“The Red Mile”). In the ZDF series “Notruf Hafenkante” (“Hamburg Dockland”), Fabian Harloff is in front of the camera right from the outset.
Many in Germany will recognize his voice from more than 100 television series, for instance as Bob the Builder or the off-voice of the “Teletubbies”. Incidentally, he also sings the title songs. The German CD “Bob the Builder – The Album” was translated and texted entirely by him, as Fabian Harloff has been a successful singer and songwriter for more than 30 years.”
Between 1998 and 2001, Fabian Harloff took over the title role in the hit musical “Buddy”. For more than 10 years, he has repeatedly been the guest star on “Buddy Holly Forever”. Live vocals, guitar and entertainment.
Since then, he has been active as a songwriter, helping write the hit song “Du musst ein Schwein sein” (“You must be a pig”) from the German band “Die Prinzen” as well as the song “Mein Body und ich” (“My body and me”) from the German rock musician Udo Lindenberg.
In 2016, Fabian Harloff started a new phase in his life when he and his wife moved out to the countryside. This brought with it some improvements and changes, which are also reflected in the actor’s music. For instance, Fabian Harloff has turned to country music, which he first came into contact with on a trip through the US state of California. Explaining his love for country music, Fabian Harloff said “I have always loved genuine handmade music, where the use of technology is limited, and this music immediately captivated me. Guitars, wonderful vocals and texts that are just simple and honest.”