Paul Maximilian Pira

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Paul Maximilian Pira (born March 12, 1991 in Kassel ) is a German actor .


Pira grew up in Bonn , Munich , Düsseldorf and Berlin . After graduating from high school, he completed civilian service in Berlin and then began studying acting at the Hans Otto Drama Institute , which in 1992 was affiliated to the "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" University of Music and Theater in Leipzig . As part of his training, he was employed at the New Theater in Halle (Saale) from 2015 to 2017 . Since the 2017/18 season he has been a permanent member of the ensemble at the ETA-Hoffmann-Theater in Bamberg .

In 2012, he starred in the movie adaptation of the thriller The Child ( The Child ) by Sebastian Fitzek and the cinema debut of Franziska Schlotterer end of the honeymoon period in the Black Forest with. As an actor he acted in 2017 in the episode "Eiskalt" of the ZDF crime series SOKO Stuttgart as a student and in 2018 in Tatort: ​​A day like any other as a controller.

Theater roles (selection)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Schedule 2017/2018. (PDF) ETA Bamberg, p. 8.56 , accessed on May 2, 2018 .
  2. Crew United | the network of the German-speaking television and film industry. Retrieved May 2, 2018 .
  3. ESIRION4WEB - Bayerische Theatertage 2018 - Angels in America (BTT18_06). Retrieved May 2, 2018 .
  4. ^ Theater: "Am Königsweg" by Elfriede Jelinek in the ETA Hoffmann Theater . In: Franconian Night . ( [accessed on May 2, 2018]).
  5. Another great success for the Bamberg ETA Hoffmann Theater . In: The New Wiesentbote . February 24, 2018 ( [accessed May 2, 2018]).