Friedrich Mücke

Friedrich Mücke

Darsteller
*12.03.1981 Berlin

Biography

Friedrich Mücke, born 1981 in West Berlin, attended actor’s training at Berlin’s Hochschule für Schauspielkunst Ernst Busch from 2003 to 2007 and became a cast member of Munich’s Volkstheater immediately after his graduation from drama school. At Volkstheater, he performed in productions of "Peer Gynt" and "Don Karlos" ("Don Carlos"), among other plays, and played the title role in a production of "Michael Kohlhaas". Furthermore, Mücke performed in the production of "Jedermann" at Salzburg Festival and in a production of "Glaube, Liebe, Hoffnung" at Berlin’s Deutsches Theater. In 2009, Friedrich Mücke made his debut on the movie screen with a memorable performance in a supporting role in Thomas Kronthaler’s film "Schreibe mir – Postkarten nach Copacabana" ("Write Me – Postcards to Copacabana").

For his leading role in the funny road movie "Friendship!" (2009) about two East Germans who embark on a trip through the United States without having any money after the fall of the Berlin Wall,Mücke won the Bavarian Film Award as Best Newcomer. 2010 he played Walter Gropius in Percy and Felix Adlon’s film "Mahler auf der Couch", a biopic about the artist Gustav Mahler.

After a supporting role in Jochen Alexander Freydank's "Heimatfront" (2011), part of the TV-series "Tatort", in the spring of 2012 two new films with Mücke opened in German cinemas: Oliver Ziegenbalk's adaptation of the eponymous novel "Russendisko" and Maggie Peren's drama about refugees "Die Farbe des Ozeans" ("Color of the Oceans").

The same year he appeared in the period drama "Ludwig II", directed by Marie Noelle and Peter Sehr. In 2012, he starred opposite Ken Duken in the TV series "Add a Friend". Mücke went on to play a student who is confronted with the aftermath of a gun rampage in the drama "Staudamm", which premiered at the 2013 Max-Ophüls-Preis Festival. After a supporting role in "Der Geschmack von Apfelkernen" ("The Taste of Apple Seeds", 2013), he became the new police detective in the Erfurt edition of the popular "Tatort" TV series. In early 2014, Mücke was seen as a lovesick gynaecologist in the tragicomedy "Bocksprünge" and as the careless brother of Matthias Schweighöfer's character in the comedy "Vaterfreuden".

After appearing in the ensemble comedy "Alles ist Liebe", Mücke became the lead of the 2015 TV miniseries "Weinberg". This role and his performance as a police officer in the TV thriller "Mordkommission Berlin Eins" (2015) got him a nomination for Best Actor at the German Television Awards. He also got very positive reviews for his turn in Friedemann Fromm's "Unter der Haut" (2015, TV).

After starring opposite Karoline Herfurth and Nora Tschirner in the romantic comedy "SMS für dich" (2016), Mücke played the villain in the children's film "Robbi, Tobbi und das Fliewatüüt" ("Robby & Toby's Fantastic Voyager", 2016).

Filmography

2017 Der rote Schatten
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2016 Am Abend aller Tage
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2015/2016 SMS für dich
Cast
 
2015/2016 Robbi, Tobbi und das Fliewatüüt
Cast
 
2015 Mordkommission Berlin 1
Cast
 
2014/2015 Weinberg
Cast
 
2014 Der Maulwurf
Cast
 
2014 Alles ist Liebe
Cast
 
2014 Unter der Haut
Cast
 
2013/2014 Bocksprünge
Cast
 
2013/2014 Vaterfreuden
Cast
 
2013 Kalter Engel
Cast
 
2012/2013 Der Geschmack von Apfelkernen
Cast
 
2011/2012 Ludwig II.
Cast
 
2011/2012 Russendisko
Cast
 
2011-2013 Staudamm
Cast
 
2011 Alle Tage meines Lebens
Cast
 
2010/2011 What a Man
Cast
 
2010/2011 Heimatfront
Cast
 
2010/2011 Die Farbe des Ozeans
Cast
 
2009/2010 Das Ende ist mein Anfang
Voice
 
2009/2010 Mahler auf der Couch
Cast
 
2009 Schreibe mir - Postkarten nach Copacabana
Cast
 
2008-2010 Friendship!
Cast
 

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