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14 hours ago, dragonflies said:

TK is German I'm pretty sure, cause he was born in Germany. As was Ingo

Oh and from what I read Ingo appeared on Hawaii 5 0 recently and had NO accent. So he can do an "american" accent if neeeded

 

Yeah, both Thorsten (pronounced [tɔrstn]) and Ingo (pronounced [ɪŋɡoː] were popular boys' names in Germany in the 70s/early 80s.

 

"Rademacher" literally translates as "wheel maker" (= "wheelwright").

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5 hours ago, DaytimeFan said:

 

Whatever Ingo had that gave him the IT factor is gone. He's lost it. He looks so different from the height of his GH appeal. Or it might just be the turtleneck that makes him look ridiculous.

 

He lost most of his appeal by about 2001.

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7 hours ago, DaytimeFan said:

 

Whatever Ingo had that gave him the IT factor is gone. He's lost it. He looks so different from the height of his GH appeal. Or it might just be the turtleneck that makes him look ridiculous.

Disagree completely and you can't judge anything by one picture. Of course he's going to look different, he's OLDER *face palm*

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On ‎10‎/‎19‎/‎2017 at 1:06 AM, dragonflies said:

Disagree completely and you can't judge anything by one picture. Of course he's going to look different, he's OLDER *face palm*

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On Tuesday, October 03, 2017 at 3:45 PM, dragonflies said:

TK is German I'm pretty sure, cause he was born in Germany. As was Ingo

Oh and from what I read Ingo appeared on Hawaii 5 0 recently and had NO accent. So he can do an "american" accent if neeeded

 

They were both born in Germany, but Ingo was raised in Australia. I think TK spent his formative years in Germany.

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