Unpleasant and, above all, painful incident on the set: The actor Oliver Wnuk (47) was bitten by a dog while filming the crime series “Nord Nord Mord” – of all things in the face, more precisely in the lip. He revealed this himself on his official Instagram account and at the same time posted a photo in which the bite wounds can clearly be seen. Yvonne Catterfeld’s ex-partner (43) wrote to his followers: “Oh dear, I thought I’d quickly play a scene on the island, my playing partner (here: a little wire-haired dachshund) feels so much I provoked him to bite my lip.”

As the clearly visible stitches along the wound reveal, Wnuk had to be treated in the hospital after the bite. In addition to his colleagues on set, the actor also thanked the doctors at the Asklepios Nordseeklinik, “who quickly stepped in to help.” Wnuk added, among other things, the meaningful hashtags to the image and text

The Konstanz native Oliver Wnuk became known primarily for his role as Ulf Steinke in the popular comedy series “Stromberg”. Since then, numerous engagements have followed in well-known formats such as “Tatort”, “Wilsberg” and “SOKO”. Since 2011, Wnuk has played the chief detective Hinnerk Feldmann in the ZDF production “Nord Nord Mord”.

Wnuk, who has a daughter from a previous relationship, was in a relationship with the singer and actress Yvonne Catterfeld for many years. In 2014 the two became parents to a son. In December 2021, Wnuk and Catterfeld made it public that their relationship had ended in the spring. The two met while filming the 2008 comedy film “U-900” with Atze Schröder (58) in the lead role.