Klemens Koehring

Welcome to the official website of award-winning and multi-award nominated London-based German-British actor, voiceover artist and presenter Klemens Koehring. Fully bilingual in German and English, Klemens has 13 years of professional experience across a wide range of screen, stage and voice work.



Klemens Koehring was the joint winner in the Best Male Television Documentary Performance category alongside Toby Ricketts at the 2019 One Voice Awards, which were held in London on 11th May 2019. Klemens was also nominated in the Male Voiceover Artist of the Year and Best Male Gaming Performance categories. Overall, there were approximately 2,300 submissions for this year's awards, making the nominees among the top 6.4% of the British voiceover industry.

His win in the TV documentary performance category was for his voice work as Gottlob Bidermann in the episode Blitzkrieg in the East of Darlow Smithson Productions' TV docudrama series Nazi Megastructures: Russia's War, which aired on National Geographic Channel. In the gaming performance category he was nominated for his voice work as Poe in D'Avekki Studios' full-motion video game The Shapeshifting Detective.


Popular video game The Shapeshifting Detective gets prequel with Klemens Koehring and Leah Cunard in the lead roles

In the press:

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Horror feature film Robert Reborn set for US and UK release in June 2019

Below is the new trailer for North Bank Entertainment's feature-length horror thriller Robert Reborn, the latest instalment in the iconic Robert The Doll film series. The film, in which Klemens Koehring is playing the enigmatic informant Herzog, is coming to the US on 4th June and to the UK on 24th June.

Some more industry coverage on Robert Reborn can be found at Horrorpedia.

Lords of Chaos in US and UK cinemas

Klemens Koehring can be seen in several scenes as the German Newscaster in the feature-length horror film / music biopic Lords of Chaos. The film premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and was released cinematically in the US on 8th February 2019 and in the UK on 29th March 2019. The Blu-ray release is set for 28th May in the US and 22nd July in the UK. On the right is a behind-the-scenes snap.