Götz Schubert (born 13 February 1963 in Pirna) is a German actor. Götz Schubert attended theatre classes at the Ernst Busch Theatre in Berlin from 1983 to 1987. During his studies he played in several films (cinema and television). After graduating, he performed at the Deutsches Theater and the Maxime-Gorki Theatre in Berlin. He then collaborated with the directors Jürgen Gosch, Thomas Langhoff and Alexander Lang before becoming known to the general public in the comedy Zwei schräge Vögel (1989) In 1995, at the Salzburg Festival, he was part of Peter Stein's troupe, which represented La Cerisaie.Götz Schubert played the role of Siegfried in 2002, 2003 (resumed) and 2005 during the Nibelungenfestspielen of Worms. In 2011, he played Auguste the Fort during the first Zwinger festival in Dresden. From 2007 to 2009, he played Chief Commissioner Helmut Enders in the several-time award-winning series of the ZDF, KDD – Berlin Criminal Brigade.Götz Schubert also worked as an audio book narrator. He also participated in the sound version of La Peste d'Albert Camus and Wie es leuchtet by Thomas Brussig.Götz Schubert is married and has a son and a daughter. His brother Veit Schubert is also an actor.