Luc Feit

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Luc Feit (born June 28, 1962 in Luxembourg ) is a Luxembourgish actor .


After training at the State Drama School in Stuttgart , he played - after five years of permanent engagement - as a freelance actor a. a. at the Volksbühne Berlin / Ratten07, at the Théâtre de la Colline in Paris , at the Capuchin Theater and the National Theater in Luxembourg and at the Ruhr Festival in Recklinghausen.

Luc Feit can be seen in many movies, e.g. B. in What is the use of love in thoughts , Snowman's Land , Secrets of War , The invention of love worked with directors such as Achim von Borries , Lola Randl , Pol Cruchten and Dieter Berner . He worked in more than 30 German television films and had numerous appearances in crime series such as Tatort , Ein Fall für Zwei , Adelheid and her Murderers , SK Kölsch and SOKO Stuttgart . In the Sat.1 law series Edel & Starck he played the continuous role of Frank Vanderheiden and in the WDR series Meuchelbeck he also played the continuous role of Pastor Hape Seiffert.

In 2002, Luc Feit was the Luxembourg Shooting Star at the Berlinale . With his short film Piglet he won the "Teddy" at the 1999 Berlinale.

Since 2000 he has been on regular theater tours with Euro-Studio Landgraf .

Luc Feit has lived in Berlin since 1992.


As an actor (selection)

As a director

  • 1998: piglets
  • 1999: lingerie
  • 2003: W
  • 2011: Ibijazi

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