Hans Brückner (actor)

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Hans Brückner (* 1961 ) is a German actor .


After attending school, Hans Brückner took acting lessons from 1990 to 1992 with the acting teacher Else Bongers . During this time he received his first role in 1991 at the Academy of Arts in Berlin in the play Vladimir Mayakovsky - Impatience of the Century . This was followed in the following year by an appearance in the play Endstation Asyl at the Ratibor Theater in Berlin-Kreuzberg .

In Los Angeles , Hans Brückner attended the Hollywood Acting Workshop Ray Allen, Sam Christianson in 1994 and the Institute for Drama in 2004. In 2008 he played at the National Theater in Mannheim in the play Marlene . At about the same time he took on his first smaller film roles, for example in the 2015 movie Death the Hippies !! Long live punk , which was followed by other roles in film and television. He mainly appears in crime films and series in episodes or supporting roles, for example already several times in the series Unter Verdacht with Senta Berger , in Tatort or the SOKO series .

In 1994 he took part in the Hollywood Acting Workshop Ray Allen in Los Angeles. In 2004 he attended the Institute for Drama Elke Petri.

Hans Brückner lives in Berlin and is a member of the Bundesverband Schauspiel e. V. (BFFS) .

Filmography (selection)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Hans Brückner at Filmmakers