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Ralf Moeller
Ralf Moeller in 2016
Born (1959-01-12) 12 January 1959 (age 62)
OccupationActor, bodybuilder
Years activeBodybuilding (1976–91)
Acting (1988–Present)
Height6 ft 6.5 in (199 cm)

Ralf Rudolf Moeller (German: [ˈmœlɐ]; born 12 January 1959) is a German actor and former competitive bodybuilder. He is known for his roles of Brick Bardo in Cyborg, Kjartan in The Viking Sagas, the title character in the television show Conan the Adventurer, Hagen in Gladiator, Thorak in The Scorpion King and Ulfar in Pathfinder.


He began bodybuilding at age 17 and was the German Champion by 1984. He is one of the tallest bodybuilding champions to date standing at 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in), weighing 131 kilos (288 lbs) in 1988.

Möller entered his movie career in 1989 with the film Cyborg. In 1992, he appeared in Universal Soldier with Dolph Lundgren and Jean-Claude Van Damme. In 1993 he played the villain Brakus opposite Phillip Rhee and Eric Roberts in Best of the Best 2. Around this time he took a major neck injury in Las Vagas and had to undergo months of physiotherapy and was lucky to survive. The injury came as a result of engaging in martial arts competitions where he held his title for many years until his defeat and neck injury. After this the competitions ceased and Ralf moved from the area retiring from all martial arts as he felt lucky to have survived. His two biggest mainstream film roles to date are Ridley Scott's Gladiator,[1] and 2002's The Scorpion King.[2] Besides these two movies, he has played the leading character in The Viking Sagas, and Conan the Barbarian in the TV-series Conan. The show aired in 1997–1998 with the premise that Conan, and his three sidekicks, were chosen by the god Crom to fight and vanquish the evil Hissah Zul and become king.

In both The Bad Pack (1997) and Gladiator (2000), Möller appeared alongside fellow bodybuilder Sven-Ole Thorsen.[3][4]

In 2003 he had a cameo in the music video of Maria (I Like it Loud), by Scooter, a German techno music band.

He went on to appear in El padrino (2004), sequel to The Bad Pack, once again playing Special Agent Kurt Mayers. Möller played Hammacher in the 2006 film Beerfest.


Films and televisions

Year Title Role Language Notes
1988 Tatort German TV series: 1 episode
1989 Cyborg Brick Bardo English As Rolf Muller
1990 Occhio alla perestrojka [it] Serghjei Italian As Ralf Rudolf Möller
1992 Universal Soldier GR76 English
1993 Best of the Best 2 Brakus English
1994 Der unbekannte Deserteur Soldier German Short
1996 The Viking Sagas Kjartan English
1997 Batman & Robin Arkham Asylum Guard #2 English
1997 The Bad Pack Kurt Mayer English
1997-1998 Conan the Adventurer Conan the Barbarian English TV series: 22 episodes
1998 Der Clown Autobahnpolizist German TV
2000 Gladiator Hagen English
2000 Der Superbulle und die Halbstarken Mark Kerner German TV film
2001 Andromeda Jeger English TV series: 1 episode
2001 Sommer und Bolten: Gute Ärzte, keine Engel Martin Ranklebe German TV series: 1 episode
2001 Queen of Swords Roman Petrov English TV series: 1 episode
2001 Relic Hunter Frank Kafka English TV series: 1 episode
2002 Mutant X Lieutenant Bo Longstreet English TV series: 1 episode
2002 The Scorpion King Thorak English
2003 The Paradise Virus Joseph English TV film
2003 Held der Gladiatoren [de] Ferox German TV film
2004 El padrino Special Agent Kurt Meyers English
2004 Hai-Alarm auf Mallorca [de] Sven Hansen German TV film
2004 Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King King Thorkilt English TV film
2005 My Suicidal Sweetheart Bruno English
2006 Scooter: Excess All Areas Disco Dancer - 'Maria' English Direct-to-Video Film
2006 Beerfest Hammacher English
2006 Ozzie Tank Emerson English
2007 Pathfinder Ulfar English
2007 Seed Warden Arnold Calgrove English
2007 Postal Officer John English
2008 Alone in the Dark II Boyle English Direct-to-Video Film
2008 Far Cry Max Cardinal English
2008 Time of the Comet Freiherr von Keittel Albanian
2009 Dejection Superstitious Boss English Short Film
2010 Tales of an Ancient Empire General Hafez English
2010 Küstenwache William Forges German TV series: 1 episode
2010 The Tourist Jail Bird Lunt English
2012 Slave Frank German
2012 Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei Andri Vladic German TV series: 1 episode
2014 Sabotage[5][6] English
2020 Breach Vyrl English

Music videos

Year Title Artist Genre
2003 Maria (I Like It Loud) Scooter Techno music


  1. ^ Cohen, David S. (13 October 2009). Screen Plays: How 25 Screenplays Made It to a Theater Near You--for Better or Worse. Harper Collins. p. 18. ISBN 9780061843167.
  2. ^ Ebert, Roger (2 December 2002). Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2003. Andrews McMeel Publishing. p. 529. ISBN 9780740726910.
  3. ^ Kane, Joe (2000). The Phantom of the Movies' Videoscope: The Ultimate Guide to the Latest, Greatest, and Weirdest Genre Videos. Three Rivers Press. p. 128. ISBN 9780812931495.
  4. ^ Smith, Gary Allen (3 September 2015). Epic Films: Casts, Credits and Commentary on More Than 350 Historical Spectacle Movies (2nd ed.). McFarland Publishing. p. 94. ISBN 9781476604183.
  5. ^ "New Trailer for 'Sabotage' Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger". Latino Review. Archived from the original on 2014-01-13.
  6. ^ "Ralf Moeller 'Gladiator' 'We Just Finished 'Ten' With Arnold Schwarzenegger".

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