Anatole Taubman

Anatole Taubman Biography

Anatole Taubman

Anatole Taubman was born on December 23, 1970 in Zurich, Switzerland. Raised in a multi-ethnic family, Anatole’s roots trace back to Russia, Poland, Slovakia, Austria, and former East Prussia, which instilled in him a deep appreciation for different cultures and languages.

After completing his baccalauréat at the prestigious Gymnasium of the Benedictine boarding school of the monastery Einsiedeln in 1991, Anatole Taubman pursued his passion for acting and enrolled in the esteemed drama-school ‘Circle in the Square’ in New York City, where he graduated in 1994.

Anatole’s fluency in English, French, Swiss-German, German, and Italian, coupled with his cosmopolitan approach to work, has made him a sought-after actor in the international film industry. With over 50 feature films and TV productions to his credit, Anatole Taubman has established himself as a versatile and talented actor.


Some of his notable works include his English-language TV performances in Band of Brothers , Servants, POW, Spooks VI, Waking The Dead VII – Pièta, and The Tudors II.

In feature films, he has showcased his talent in Mein Name is Bach, Luther, Marmorera, Fay Grim, Snipers Valley, Secret Défense, Taken / 96 Hours, Pope Joan, Same Same But Different, and Chanel & Stravinsky.

However, his most notable film role was in Quantum of Solace (2008) in which he was cast as Bond villain Michael Greene’s somewhat goofy henchman Elvis.

Apart from his acting career, Anatole is also a producer, and he has been actively involved in the production of several films and TV shows. With his talent, hard work, and dedication to his craft, Anatole Taubman has earned a place among the finest actors in the global film industry.