Florian Lukas

A multiple-award-winning actor at a young age, blond Berliner Florian Lukas has proven to be one of the brightest acting talents to emerge in German cinema in the 21st century, with a fantastic supporting turn in ... Read more »
Born: 03/16/1973

Filmography

Actor (23)

The Grand Budapest Hotel 2014 (Movie)

Pinky (Actor)

Into the White 2013 (Movie)

Leutnant Horst Schopis (Actor)

Anduni - Fremde Heimat 2011 (Movie)

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Don: The King Is Back 2011 (Movie)

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I Phone Y(o)u (fmdU) 2011 (Movie)

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When We Leave 2011 (Movie)

Stipe (Actor)

North Face 2010 (Movie)

Pal Andi Hinterstoisser (Actor)

Warten auf Angelina 2009 (Movie)

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Kein Bund Furs Leben 2007 (Movie)

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Special Escort 2007 (Movie)

Frank (Actor)

FC Venus 2006 (Movie)

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One Day In Europe 2005 (Movie)

Rokko (Actor)

Goodbye, Lenin! 2004 (Movie)

Denis (Actor)

Off Beat 2004 (Movie)

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Learning to Lie 2003 (Movie)

Mucke (Actor)

Maedchen Maedchen 2001 (Movie)

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Emil und die Detektive 2000 (Movie)

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Kalt ist der Abendhauch 2000 (Movie)

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St. Pauli Nacht 1999 (Movie)

Sven (Actor)

Zoom 1999 (Movie)

Thomas Waller (Actor)

Der Eisbaer 1998 (Movie)

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Gigantic 1998 (Movie)

Richard (Actor)

The Test 1996 (Movie)

Robert (Actor)

Biography

A multiple-award-winning actor at a young age, blond Berliner Florian Lukas has proven to be one of the brightest acting talents to emerge in German cinema in the 21st century, with a fantastic supporting turn in "Goodbye, Lenin!" and a lead in "Gigantics". Cutting his teeth in theater at the Berliner Ensemble and Berlin's Deutsches Theater, Lukas segued into screen roles in the early and mid 1990s with various one-off TV parts and work in small features. Soon he began to play larger roles, first in director Sönke Wortmann's crime drama "St. Pauli Nacht", then in 1999 as would-be rapper Ricco in the Hamburg-set juvenile comedy "Gigantics". More TV work followed, until Lukas won the key role of an aspiring filmmaker in Wolfgang Becker's celebrated international hit tragicomedy, "Goodbye, Lenin!". Lukas's work on the film won the 2003 German Film Award for Best Supporting Actor. Throughout the remainder of the decade he mixed theater, television, and film work, and typically won acclaim for his performances, memorably as Andreas Hinterstoisser in the Alps-climbing historical epic "North Face" in 2008 and as Martin Kupfer, the lead in the 1980s East Berlin-set family TV miniseries "Weissensee".

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