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For almost 32 years, you have been investigating page by side in the popular Munich "crime scene". The job in the gripping crime series converted the actors Udo Wachtveitl (64) and Miroslav Nemec (68) not only into well-known TV stars, but also into real friends who go through thick and thin in front of and behind the camera.

In the video above, the two "crime scene" stars talk about their close ties: "Of course we are friends".

as Munich Commissioners "Ivo Batic" and "Franz Leitmayr" recently determined the two drama stars in their 91st case. An end is apparently not in sight, even if it is always speculated about how long the duo will still be on TV. Now Udo Wachtveitl and Miroslav Nemec openly talked about their possible " Tatort " out!

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miroslav nemec about his "crime scene" out: "Of course it will be over at some point"

in an interview with the "Bild" newspaper, the 68-year-old Nemec explained bluntly that the topic will stop No acute role for him. Instead, he made it clear: "We have now turned three more crime scenes." He added meaningfully: "Of course it will be over at some point." Meanwhile, Miroslav Nemec left an exact date for the possible exit.

Udo Wachtveitl: At that time he wants to say goodbye to the "crime scene"

his investigator colleague Udo Wachtveitl became more concrete to "Bild" and said about the date of his possible "crime scene" exit: "We put it in this way for fun:" Before we go hunting criminals with the rollator. And this time is now closer than ten years ago. " Finally, Wachtveitl, who has been working as a Munich "crime scene" investigator since January 1, 1991, has not yet known exactly how long it really was going on: "It is like a marriage."

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