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Who played Zemo?

Last Updated: 31st March, 2020

Daniel Brühl

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Also asked, who played Fredrick Zoller?

Daniel Brühl Inglourious Basterds

Additionally, how tall is Bruhl? 1.76 m

Also asked, what nationality is Daniel Bruhl?

Spanish German

Did Baron Zemo survive the snap?

Helmut Zemo Zemo is a Sokovian citizen turned terrorist, played by Daniel Brühl and brought into the MCU with Captain America: Civil War in 2016. Like The Grandmaster, Zemo has survived the snap and could come back to do more damage.

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