Klammer grew up with his mother on his grandparents' farm in the village of Aicha in the municipality of Naz-Sciaves in South Tyrol. His father is from Nigeria . Klammer attended commercial college, graduated from high school and trained as an accountant and banker . He then worked in the tourism industry for another year to earn money for drama school.
Klammer then attended the drama school at the Schauspielhaus Salzburg from 2001 to 2004 . He had his first theater engagement after training as a drama-Élève and a member of the ensemble at the Schauspielhaus Salzburg. In the 2004/05 season he played there the youth Pete in a stage version of the novel A Clockwork Orange and the illegal black immigrant Fadoul in the play Innocence by Dea Loher . In the 2005/06 season he was engaged at the Vienna Volkstheater . There he appeared as GI Bill in Maria Braun's marriage (director: Antoine Uidehaag ) and as Franz Moor in Die Räuber (director: Nuran David Calis ).
From the 2006/07 season to the 2011/12 season he was a permanent member of the Maxim Gorki Theater in Berlin . Then he canceled his permanent contract there in order to be able to devote himself better to film work. In the 2012/13 season he then appeared as a guest at the Maxim Gorki Theater. There he played u. a. Mephisto im Urfaust (2008; director: Felicitas Brucker ), Haemon in Antigonae (2008; director: Jan Bosse ), Horatio In Hamlet (2008; director: Tilmann Köhler ), Merkur in Amphitryon (2008; director: Jan Bosse), Bassanio in The Merchant of Venice (2009; directed by Armin Petras ), the title role in Woyzeck (2009; directed by Tilmann Köhler), St. Just / Danton in Dantons Tod (2009; directed by Sebastian Baumgarten ), Achilles in Penthesilea (2010; directed : Felicitas Brucker), Simone in Rocco und seine Brüder (2011; director: Antú Romero Nunes ) and the Obersturmbannführer Prall in Everyone dies for himself (2011; director: Jorinde Dröse ). In 2012 he played the role of the robber chief Karl Moor in The Robbers in a three-person production by Antú Romero Nunes. In 2013 he received the sponsorship award from the Association of Friends of the Maxim-Gorki-Theater as “Best Young Actor”.
In 2013 he played Ferdinand von Walter in Kabale und Liebe in a production by Amélie Niermeyer at the Residenztheater in Munich . In 2013 he also appeared at the Schauspielhaus Stuttgart as Karl Moor in Die Räuber (director: Antú Romero Nunes; as a takeover from the Maxim-Gorki-Theater). In 2014 he took on the role of the poet-doctor Felix Lippoldes in a stage version of the novel Pfisters Mühle (director: Armin Petras). In 2015, Klammer directed a production of In the West Nothing New at the Schlosstheater Celle . Since the 2015/16 season he has been a guest at the Vienna Burgtheater in the Joseph Roth -Abend Hotel Europa or Der Antichrist (director: Antú Romero Nuñes).
In addition to his work at the theater, Klammer has been involved in various television and cinema productions since 2008, including a. in At Second Sight (2012; Director: Sheri Hagen ), where he played the male lead role of a single taxi driver.
As a television actor, Klammer became known through his continuous leading role in the ZDF television series Dr. Little known. In four seasons of the series (2014-2017) he played the assistant doctor and pediatrician Dr. Jonas Müller.
In March 2015 he was seen in the ZDF crime series SOKO Cologne alongside André Röhner in a leading role in the episode. He played the decathlete Thorsten Huebner, a former client of an agency for sports management who is suspected of having committed a crime. In September 2015 he was seen in a supporting role in the ZDF crime series Blochin - The Living and the Dead . He played the drug agent and investigator Ayubu, a friend of the main character Blochin ( Jürgen Vogel ). In November 2016, Klammer was seen in an episode role in the ZDF crime series SOKO Stuttgart . He played the unemployed art historian Dr. Niklas Vollmer, who lets wealthy women finance his life. In the two-part TV film Bier Royal (2018), he played the former basketball star Dan Dawson, the American husband of the daughter of a late Munich “beer king”.
Klammer lives in Berlin. He is the father of a son. Klammer has been a fan of Bayern Munich since he was a teenager .
- 2009: At the other end (short film)
- 2009: Blind passengers (feature film)
- 2012: At second sight (movie)
- 2012: Gods Like Us (TV series; episode: The 3-King Casting)
- 2013: Above and Above (short film)
- 2013: End-maker (movie)
- 2014: We Were Kings (movie)
- 2014–2016: Dr. Klein (TV series, lead series, 39 episodes)
- 2015: SOKO Cologne (TV series; episode: Your last will)
- 2015: Blochin - The Living and the Dead (TV miniseries)
- 2016: Tschiller: Off Duty (movie)
- 2016: SOKO Stuttgart (TV series; episode: When stars lie)
- 2017: Tatort: Night Vision (TV series)
- 2017: Anna Fucking Molnar (movie)
- 2017: Tough chunk - the key witness
- 2017: Lux - Warriors of Light (movie)
- 2018: Bier Royal (TV movie)
- 2018: Arthur's Law (TV series)
- 2019: SCHULD based on Ferdinand von Schirach (TV series; episode: Lonely)
- 2019: turning point (TV movie)
- 2020: WaPo Berlin (TV series; episode: A fatal mission)
- Michael staple in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Michael Klammer at filmportal.de
- Michael Klammer - Agency
- Michael Klammer profile and vita at Schauspielervideos.de. Retrieved September 27, 2015
- Michael bracket profile at Cast Ford Ward. Retrieved September 27, 2015
- Friedrich-Luft-Preis for the production "Die Räuber" in: Berliner Morgenpost from April 20, 2013. Accessed on September 27, 2015
- Actor Michael Klammer: "One shouldn't look for racism in the theater of all places" in: Der Tagesspiegel of April 23, 2012. Accessed on September 27, 2015
- Michael Klammer ( Memento of the original from September 27, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. . Vita on the website of the film At Second Glance , accessed on September 27, 2015
- Michael Klammer ( Memento of the original from September 27, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. . Vita; Schauspielhaus Stuttgart . Retrieved September 27, 2015
- Michael Klammer ( Memento of the original from September 27, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. . Vita; Maxim Gorky Theater . Retrieved September 27, 2015
- The world is all that bang . Performance review in: DIE WELT, August 31, 2012. Accessed September 27, 2015
- "The Robbers" at the State Theater: This man burns for the theater . In: Stuttgarter Zeitung of November 15, 2013. Retrieved September 27, 2015
- SOKO Cologne: Your last will . Plot, cast, production details. Retrieved September 27, 2015
- "Bier-Royal": "Denver-Clan" in Bavarian . Golden Camera TV Magazine January 24, 2019. Retrieved January 27, 2019
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Italian actor with a German-speaking background|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1980|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Bruneck , South Tyrol|