|Intro||German actor and voice actor|
|A.K.A.||Emilio Norberto Otto Max Gastel, Emilio Norberto Gastell|
|Was||Actor Dub actor Audio drama actor Stage actor Film actor Television actor Voice actor|
|Field||Entertainment Film, TV, Stage & Radio|
|Birth||14 October 1929, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Death||26 November 2015, Ramersdorf-Perlach, Germany (aged 86 years)|
Norbert Gastell (14 October 1929 – 26 November 2015) was an Argentinian-born, German voice actor, who specialized in dubbing. He was born to German parents, but grew up in Argentina. He moved to Munich in 1938.
Gastell was best known in Germany as the voice of Homer Simpson in the German version of The Simpsons, which he provided since the series was first aired in 1991 until his death. He is also remembered for dubbing the character Trevor Ochmonek in the sitcom ALF, Coach Pantusso in Cheers and Cornelius Fudge in the Harry Potter films. He was also active in radio plays.
He died in Munich at the age of 86.