Matthias Matschke

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Matthias Matschke on the set of the ZDF crime series Professor T. 2017

Matthias Matschke (born October 17, 1968 in Marburg ) is a German actor .


Before Matthias Matschke became an actor, he went to the Ludwig-Georgs-Gymnasium in Darmstadt; then he studied German and religion for teaching. Before taking up this degree, he had been rejected at the Otto Falckenberg School in Munich .

At the age of 24, Matschke moved to the University of the Arts in Berlin . This was followed by engagements at the Schauspiel Frankfurt , where he took part in Arthur Schnitzler's Das weite Land , and in 1996 at the Volksbühne Berlin .

In 2004 Matschke directed the stage version of Billy Wilder's film One, Two, Three . As an actor he worked a. a. in the movies LiebesLuder (2000) by Detlev Buck and the film adaptation of the novel Soloalbum (2002). In 2007 he was in Why Men Don't Listen and Women Park Badly , in Tobi Baumann's idiot and in Vanessa Jopp's Christmas comedy Meine Schöne Bescherung on the big screen and in 2009 in the ProSieben thriller Killer Hunt. Kill me if you can see

From 2005 to 2020 Matschke played Bastian Pastewka's half-brother Hagen in the comedy series Pastewka . From 2003 to 2013 he was also part of the ensemble of the sketch show Ladykracher .

Matschke has been playing in The Ideal Man at the Burgtheater in Vienna since the 2010/11 season and from 2012–2013 he was in charge of the progress in Some Messages to Space at the Vienna Academy .

Since October 2015 Matthias Matschke has been working as “Dr. Matthias Matschke ”on the satirical news program heute-show . He was also part of the ensemble of the sketch comedy series Sketch History , in which historical events were parodied, since October 9, 2015 . Matschke slipped into the roles of Ludwig van Beethoven , Joseph Goebbels and John F. Kennedy, among others .

Filmography (selection)

Theater (selection)

Radio plays

Audio book

  • 2018 Achtsam morden Author Karsten Dusse , Publisher: Random House audio, Wilhelm Heyne Verlag


Web links

Commons : Matthias Matschke  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Matthias Matschke - Munzinger Biography on, accessed on March 1, 2015
  2. ^ German audio book prize for Matschke and Icks. Deutschlandfunk Kultur , February 6, 2020, accessed on February 7, 2020 .