“Good times: Jörn Schlönvoigt is finally turning again

“Good times
Jörn Schlönvoigt is finally turning again

Jörn Schlönvoigt reports back to the “GZSZ” set.

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Jörn Schlönvoigt is shooting again for “Good times, bad times”. He has now revealed whether there will be a love comeback with Sunny.

Jörn Schlönvoigt (35) is back after his break on the set of the RTL series “Gute Zeiten, Bad Zeiten”. In an interview with the broadcaster, he reveals where he spent his XXL vacation.

“We were on the road a lot and always spontaneously decided where to go next. Starting in Spain, via Italy, Maldives, Dubai, America – and finally we were in Austria until Christmas,” said the Berlin actor. And he adds: “Of course I didn’t quit my job completely, but I swapped my office for the beach and took care of everything from there.”

The “we” refers to him, his wife (since 2018) Hana Weig (26) and their daughter (born 2017). The proud dad says about the little one: “Our daughter Delia has made great leaps in development over the years. It was just great to see how she enjoyed the time and openly responded to every new adventure and travel destination. That made us very happy “, says Schlönvoigt.

Back in the serial neighborhood

Now he is back on the series set and full of anticipation, because: “That is what distinguishes our series, we are not just colleagues, we have also developed close friendships.” Like his role, hospital senior physician Dr. med. Philip Höfer, returning to the neighborhood after the doctor exchange in Argentina, at least reveals: “Philip is warmly welcomed by the siblings. Laura [Chryssanthi Kavazi, 32] and john [Felix von Jascheroff, 39] have come closer … The year is about to start turbulent, “says the actor. He also promises” exciting stories – with a lot of potential for conflict “.

And what’s the next step in love for Philip? Could he and Sunny (Valentina Pahde, 27) become a “GZSZ” dream couple again? He deserved it, says Jörn Schlönvoigt, but: “After Philip was abroad for five months and spontaneously extended his stay, the chances are not very good.” But he adds: “But who knows, after so many years of disappointment, love would definitely have deserved my role.”

“Good times, bad times” is celebrating its 30th anniversary in May 2022. The pre-evening classic runs Monday to Friday at 7:40 p.m. on RTL and RTL +.


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