Josef Heynert

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Josef Heynert (born July 24, 1976 in East Berlin ) is a German actor .


The actor Josef Heynert was born in Berlin-Friedrichshain , grew up in Blankenfelde (State of Brandenburg ) and graduated from high school in Ludwigsfelde in 1996 . Immediately afterwards, he began his training at the Hamburg University of Music & Theater under Dean Pjotr ​​Olev - the most famous lecturer during his training there was Jutta Hoffmann . After four years, he completed his training with a diploma and was awarded first prize at the “ National Competition of German-Speaking Drama Schools ” - together with the ensemble - for the production of Seán O'Casey's play The shadow of a gunman .

Since then, the actor has been seen in numerous roles on television and has appeared on stage in several plays in Hamburg's Thalia Theater , a. a. in Howie the Rookie , a minimalist two-person piece by Mark O'Rowe . He also made several movies, e.g. B. The award-winning first film by Benjamin Quabeck regret nothing (with Daniel Brühl , Jessica Schwarz ) and the controversial comic film Die Bluthochzeit with Armin Rohde and Uwe Ochsenknecht .

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