Thomas Maurer

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Thomas Maurer (Vienna 2008)

Thomas Maurer (born June 27, 1967 in Vienna ) is an Austrian cabaret artist .


After finishing his school career in 1985, Maurer began an apprenticeship as a bookseller in 1986. He celebrated his first successes as a cabaret artist in 1988 in a talent competition in the Niedermair cabaret . He performed his first solo program with the title Unterm Farkas hätt's des net give in the same year.

Also active as an author (scripts, contributions to Die kranken Sisters) and actor (Die Fledermaus, Die kranken Sisters)


  • 1988: Under the Farkas there wouldn't have been anything
  • 1990: Program with Josef Hader Die Zwei and solo program Bis Dorthinaus
  • 1991: Program with Leo Lukas and Karl F. Kratzl A Journey into Happiness and the solo program Placebo Forte
  • 1992: Program with texts by Alfred Polgar and Egon Friedell Soldiers' Life in Peace
  • 1993: Program with Leo Lukas Servus Hong Kong! and solo program Sputnik
  • 1995: Solo program jungle and program with Josef Hader and Leo Lukas jam session and solo program free beer!
  • 1996: Solo program Unter Uns
  • 1998: Intensive Damisch solo program
  • 2000: Two real Austrians with Florian Scheuba
  • 2001: Solo program absolutely normal
  • 2002: The super night of Christmas stars with Clemens Haipl , Martin Puntigam , Oliver Baier and Gerald Votava
  • 2003: Solo program The New Independence and Program Guide to Political Minority together with Florian Scheuba
  • 2005: Solo program Menschenfreund
  • 2008: Solo program paper tiger
  • 2009: Solo program Àodìlì
  • 2011: Best Of Out of the Dark
  • 2013: Solo program New program!
  • 2015: Solo program Der Tolerator
  • 2016: Solo program Maurer ex Hof
  • 2017: Blood Brothers - The Karl May Boygroup - Armin Wolf , Guido Tartarotti , Thomas Glavinic , Thomas Maurer
  • 2017: Solo program Future
  • 2020: Solo program Woswasi

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Web links

Commons : Thomas Maurer  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Official website - "New program!" . Retrieved August 3, 2013
  2. a b Thomas Maurer receives Austrian Cabaret Award , on the website of: from August 23, 2016, accessed on August 23, 2016