Roland Suso Richter
No stranger to portraying human emotion, Roland Suso Richter built a career as a compelling director for audiences everywhere. Richter worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Der Krieg Meines Vater" (1985) starring Hans-Joachim Grau, "Kolp" (1984) and "Land der Vater, Land der Sohne" (1988) starring Karl-Heinz Liebezeit. He continued to work in film in the nineties and the 2010s, directing motion pictures like the Kai Wiesinger drama "Twenty Five to Life" (1997), "Sara Amerika" (1998) and the drama "After the Truth" (1999) with Kai Wiesinger. He also appeared in the Oliver Korittke drama "A Handful of Grass" (2000), "The I Inside" (2005) with Ryan Phillippe and the action film "The Tunnel" (2005) with Heino Ferch. Most recently, Richter directed the Nadja Uhl dramatic adaptation "Dschungelkind" (2011).