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Hamburg

Biography

David Schütter was born in 1990 in Hamburg. He completed an acting course at the Schule für Schauspiel in Hamburg from 2009 to 2013. During these years, he already got minor roles in various television programmes. He gave his debut on the big screen in Gregor Schnitzler's "Spieltrieb" (2013). In this drama, Schütter portrays the best friend of Jannik Schürmann's leading character. Afterwards, Schütter played guest roles in German television series, including "Der Lehrer" (Episode: "Wieder so ein fieser Vollmer-Trick", 2014) and in "Marie Brand und das Mädchen im Ring" (2014). In two episodes of "Tatort" ("Kopfgeld", 2014 / "Der große Schmerz", 2016), Schütter played the boyfriend of Lenny (Luna Schweiger), the daughter of inspector Tschiller (Til Schweiger). He further portrayed an aspiring detective in six episodes of the crime series "Josephine Klick – Allein unter Cops" (2014).

Schütter got his first leading role in a film in the award-winning "Porn Punk Poetry" (2014) in which he played a male prostitute who falls in love with a young Russian woman. He also had an important role in the highly anticipated drama "Wir sind jung. Wir sind stark." which premiered at the Rome Film Festival and was released in German cinemas in 2015. The film is based on a true story of a group of neo-Nazis who attacked a shelter for asylum-seekers in Rostock in 1992.

In the acclaimed television series "Weinberg" (2015), Schütter played a gifted football player, who hides his homosexuality and has an affair with a catholic shop owner. Additionally, he played a modern hermit as a part of the ensemble in the fantasy film "Offline - Das Leben ist kein Bonuslevel" (2016). Schütter was also seen as Demetrius in "Shakespeares letzte Runde" (TV, Director: Achim Bornhak). In "Das kalte Herz", he played the greedy rival of Peter Munk.

Schütter had a leading role in "Unsere Zeit ist jetzt" (2016), in which he played one of three young filmmakers who want to make a film about the Hip Hop Star Cro. David Schütter is currently filming Pepe Danquart's "Auf der anderen Seite ist das Gras viel grüner" and Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck's "Werk ohne Autor". Both films are scheduled for release in 2017. 

 

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