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Horst Schön (b. 1925) is a German voice actor who was the second voice of Bert on Sesamstrasse from approximately 1986 until roughly 1996. He also dubbed the role in Die Muppets feiern Weihnacht (A Muppet Family Christmas) and Baxter in Die Muppets unterm Weihnachtsbaum (Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree).
On television, Schön made multiple appearances in the Berlin installments of Tatort (including three as Stegmüller, supervising lead kommisar Bülow) and recurred on soap opera Der Landarzt (The Country Doctor) as the police commissioner. In the 1980s, he appeared in two German-Italian-American co-productions, the Western Thunder III and the thriller Casablanca Express (with Glenn Ford).
Schön was the primary German voice of Leslie Nielsen (including The Naked Gun movies, Dracula: Dead and Loving It, and Mr. Magoo), as well as Spencer Tracy, Rock Hudson, and Richard Burton. He also dubbed Jackie Cooper in Superman III, Martin Landau in Meteor, Ed McMahon in The Last Remake of Beau Geste, Peter O'Toole in Troy, and Clive Revill in Charlie Muffin.