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Berlin

Biography

Ludwig Trepte, born 1988 in Berlin, made his acting debut already at the age of twelve in a small supporting role in Herwig Fischer's TV mini series "Beim nächsten Coup wird alles anders". After a series of smaller parts in movies and TV productions, Trepte caused a stir with two performances in 2005 when he played a charismatic right wing extremist in the skinhead drama "Kombat Sechzehn" ("Combat Sixteen"), and a teenage kidnapper in "Keller" ("Out of Hand"). The autodidact won the award of "Best young actor" for his part in "Keller" at the 2005 Max Ophuels film festival and was also nominated for an "Undine Award".

Trepte was also praised for his parts in Ed Herzog's ensemble film "Schwesterherz" and in Lars Kraume's highly-praised school drama "Guten Morgen, Herr Grothe" ("Good Morning Mr. Grothe"). In February of 2008 at the 58th Berlinale, the omnibus film "Berlin – 1. Mai" ("Berlin – 1st of May") premiered.

In the period following, Trepte made strong performances in three ambitious movie and TV productions: In "Sieben Tage Sonntag" ("Seven Days Sunday"), he portrayed a teenager without prospects who takes a cruel bet; in the award-winning film "Ein Teil von mir" ("A Piece of Me"), he was seen as a 17-year old father; and in the TV crime film "Ihr könnt Euch niemals sicher sein", he played a mentally unstable high school student.

 

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