Tilo Prückner (b. 1940), also credited as Thilo Prückner, is a German actor of stage and screen. In 1976, he starred as Pagnini in the black comedy Bomber & Paganini. He later played the Night Hob in the fantasy film The Never Ending Story and was prominently featured in the international mini-series Traffik (aired on Masterpiece Theater), as Berlin detective Dieter.
Prückner was a regular on German television as hypochondriac Kommissar Schubert in the comedic crime series Adelheid und ihre Mörder (1993-1999). On the long-running crime series, Tatort, he has appeared often in the Hamburg-produced episodes. He guest starred as Kommissar Palu's informant Marcel in 1992, reprising the role three more times through 2000. He became a regular as Oberkommissar Halicek (2001-2008) before returning to guest roles.