Uwe Bohm (born Uwe Enkelmann; 23 January 1962 – 8 April 2022) was a German actor. He appeared in over 70 films and television shows from 1973 on.Director Hark Bohm engaged the 11-year-old Uwe Enkelmann for the film I can also build an Ark in 1973. In 1976 he played the leading role in Hark Bohm's youth drama Nordsee ist Mordsee. The director finally adopted Enkelmann, who came from a problematic family background, and brought him to Munich. Enkelmann took Bohm's name and worked with him on numerous films. He played a leading role in Yasemin (1988) by Hark Bohm, which was West Germanys official submission for Best Foreign film at the 61st Academy Awards. He also starred in Hark Bohm's 1990 film Herzlich willkommen, which was entered into the 40th Berlin International Film Festival.As a young adult he began an apprenticeship as a painter and varnisher, but broke it off and has been working as an actor ever since. On stage, he worked mutiple times with the famous stage director Peter Zadek between the 1980s and 2000s. Bohm was also a profilic actor on German television, especially known for villianous roles, and appeared alone in the series Tatort nine times.Bohm was married to the actress Nino Bohm. The couple had one child. Bohm died unexpectedly in April 2022, aged 60.