Clemens Berndorff

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Clemens Berndorff (born May 31, 1982 in Graz ) is an Austrian actor .


Clemens Berndorff grew up in Styria and Vienna. From 2005 to 2009 he received his acting training at the Conservatory of the City of Vienna (today MUK ) under the direction of Tim Kramer and Peter Ender . After numerous work in Vienna (including TAG-Theater an der Gumpendorfer Straße , Bernhard-Ensemble , Theater Nestroyhof Hamakom , Theater Drachengasse ), engagements took him to Switzerland ( Stadttheater St.Gallen ) and to the Landestheater Linz , where he worked from 2016 to 2019 in several leading roles could be seen (including Ernst in “Ernst ist das Leben” directed by Matthias Rippert , Andri in “ Andorra ” directed by Stephanie Mohr and Amir in “Geächtet” directed by Peter Wittenberg ).

Clemens Berndorff can be seen in numerous film and television productions. In 2015 he impersonated his first continuous role in a television series as undercover cop Mario Stranski in the ORF series " Altes Geld ", directed by David Schalko . Since 2018 he has played the forensic biologist Christian Rudolf in the ORF / ZDF television film series Traces of Evil, directed by Andreas Prochaska .

Berndorff lives and works in Vienna.

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