Thomas Anders was born on Mar 01, 1963 in Germany. Thomas Anders's big-screen debut came with Stockholm Marathon directed by Peter Keglevic in 1994, strarring Ypsilon.
In 1979 Thomas Anders won a music competition of the radio station "Radio Luxembourg", (a highly noted and respected competition in those days) and was offered a recording contract with CBS. In 1980, at the age of 17, he released his first single "Judy". Several singles followed which were produced by Daniel David. In 1981 Thomas had his debut on TV in the Michael Schanze Show "Hätten sie heut' Zeit für uns", where he performed the song "Du weinst um ihn". In 1983 producer Dieter Bohlen recorded a German cover version of the song "Pick up phone" (F.R. David). At that time Thomas was an artist at HANSA, (today BMG Berlin), Dieter asked him to come to the recording studio in Hamburg to record the song together. Dieter Bohlen was enthusiastic about his voice. As a result he produced several German songs with Thomas, for example "Wovon träumst Du denn?", which peaked at 16 on the German Pop-Charts, "Endstation Sehnsucht" and "Heißkalter Engel" (German version of "Send Me An Angel" by Real Life).
BirthdayMar 01, 1963
Place of BirthMünstermaifeld, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Also knownModern Talking