Albrecht A. Schuch
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Albrecht Abraham Schuch, born in 1985 in Jena, attended the University of Music and Theatre ‘Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy’ in Leipzig from 2006 to 2010. Since 2001 he has performed on a number of different stages, including those in Jena, Leipzig, Vienna and Berlin. In addition to his theatre engagements, he received his first film and television roles in 2002, appearing in ‘Polizeiruf 110’ (2009: ‘Schatten’), ‘Der Alte’ (2009: ‘Ende der Schonzeit’) and ‘Tatort’ (2009: ‘Falsches Leben’). In 2010 Albrecht Abraham Schuch was to be seen as ‘Harry Klein’ in Sven Regener’s film adaptation of the novel ‘Neue Vahr Süd’ (directed by Hermine Huntgeburth), for which, as an ensemble member, he received the German Comedy Award 2010 in the category ‘Best TV Comedy’. One year later he appeared in a leading role as Alexander von Humboldt in the cinema film adaptation of the bestseller ‘Die Vermessung der Welt’ (Measuring the World). This was followed by the cinema production ‘Westwind’ by Robert Thalheim, the two-part film of Ken Follet’s ‘Die Pfeiler der Macht’ (A Dangerous Fortune) and the first part of the NSU trilogy ‘Die Täter – Heute ist nicht alle Tage’, among others. Recent projects by this multi-talented actor include Christian Schwochow’s cinema film ‘Paula’, in which Albrecht Abraham Schuch plays the landscape painter Otto Modersohn, and a leading role in the graduation film ‘Route B96’ at Babelsberg Film University which won the Viewers’ Award at the Max Ophüls Film Festival in 2016. In addition to his film and television productions the actor continues to perform on stage, including in the title role of the eponymous play ‘Tartuffe’.
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