Roman_liest_Tagebuch001FRIEDRICH MÜCKE as Roman

Friedrich Mücke, born in Berlin in 1981, has been on stage in Berlin’s youth theater starring in Brecht’s “The Threepenny Opera” as a 17-year-old before starting his actor’s training at the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2003.

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Directly after his graduation in 2007, he was booked as a permanent member of the company at Munich’s Volkstheater, where he has been on stage both in classical and modern plays.

Mücke has been introduced to a bigger audience in the movie comedy “Friendship!” by Markus Goller, which turned out to be a surprising success. For his performance in the movie he won the Bavarian Film Award in the category Best Newcoming Actor and was nominated for the Bambi Award 2010 in the category Acting National. Further productions are Percy Adlon’s “Mahler auf der Couch” (2010) and “Tatort – Heimatfront” (2010) under the direction of Jochen Alexander Freydank.

In spring 2012, the actor, who lives in Munich, could be seen in the screen adaption of Wladimir Kaminer’s success novel “Russian Disco”, in which Friedrich Mücke stars as the musician Mischa, as well as in Matthias Schweighöfer’s movie “What a man”. He also starred in Maggie Peren’s movie “Die Farbe des Ozeans”, which has been awarded the Bernhard-Wicki-Film-Award in 2011, followed by the big-screen movie “Ludwig II.” by Peter Sehr and Marie Noélle. Currently, Friedrich Mücke stars in the TNT show “Add a friend”, under the direction of Tobi Baumann. Future projects are the screen adaption of the bestselling novel “The Taste of Apple Seeds”, alongside Hannah Herzsprung, Marie Bäumer and Meret Becker, as well as his role as chief commissioner for Tatort Erfurt.

 Liv Lisa FriesLIV LISA FRIES as Laura

Liv Lisa Fries was born in 1990 in Berlin. She completed her actor’s training with Kristiane Kupfer at the Special Coaching Actor’s studio in Berlin in 2008.

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Fries became known for her role in the ARD movie “Sie hat es verdient” by director Thomas Stiller, where she played alongside Veronica Ferres. For her convincing performance as an aggressive adolescent who tortures her classmate to death, she received the “Lilli Palmer & Curd Jürgens Memorial Camera” as Best Newcoming Actress at the Golden Camera Awards in 2012, as well as the Günter Strack TV Award in 2011. Lately, she acted in the drama “Und morgen Mittag bin ich tot”, under the direction of Frederik Steiner. Here, she plays the terminally ill girl Lea, who wishes for a self-determined death. The cinematic release is planned for 2013. In 2010, she was a guest at the Max-Ophüls Film Festival with the adolescent drama “Bis aufs Blut – Brüder auf Bewährung” by Oliver Kienle, which has won several awards.