Christian Erdt (born 1987 in Furth im Wald) is a German actor. Christian Erdt, who grew up in the forest in his birthplace of Furth, has been a member of the Junge Landestheater Bayern for four years since he was 16. During his school years there, a total of six works were created there until 2008 as part of international theatre and film projects. Twice he was a guest at the Festival Divadlo in Pilsen (Czech Republic).After graduating from high school, he completed his acting studies at the Max-Reinhardt-Seminar in Vienna from 2008 to 2012. During his training, he worked in several theatre productions of the Max-Reinhardt-Seminar. In 2010 he appeared at the Theater in der Josefstadt as Moritz Stiefel in a production of Spring Awakening. He also appeared at the workshop days of the Vienna Burgtheater. From the 2012/13 season, he had his first permanent engagement at the SchauspielSTUDIO, where he appeared in productions by Jorinde Dröse, Andrea Breth, Christoph Mehler and Ersan Mondtag. His roles at the Schauspiel Frankfurt included the Krabat in the play of the same name after the story of Otfried Preußler, Giselher in Die Nibelungen, Lieutenant Hartmann in Des Teufels General and the son Erhart Borkmann in Henrik Ibsen's play John Gabriel Borkman.From the 2014/15 season he was engaged at the Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, where he played the title role in Clavigo (2014, directed by Hakan Savaş Mican), Hamlet (2015, directed by Nicolas Brieger) and Eilif in Mutter Courage and her children (2016, directed by Thorleifur Örn Arnarsson).At the beginning of the season 2016/17 he moved to the Residenztheater München. There he first played Hugo in Die filtigen Handen (2016, directed by Martin Kušej) and Haimon in Antigone (2016, directed by Hans Neuenfels). In the 2016/17 season he took over the Damis in Tartuffe (premiere: June 2017, directed by Mateja Kolj) Oliver Kolj worked with Croatian In the 2017/18 season he was the bishop in Der Balkon by Jean Genet (director: Ivica Buljan, with Mathilde Bundschuh as partner). In the 2019/20 season he took over the role of brother-in-law Wlas at the Munich Residenztheater in a new production of Maxim Gorki's play Sommerguests. In the stage version of the novel Einer gegen alle von Oskar Maria Graf he plays under the direction of Alexander Eisenach at the Munich Residenztheater in the 20/21 season the role of anti-hero Georg Löffler, known as "Girgl".In addition to his work at the theatre, Erdt also contributed in several film and television productions, such as in the role of the young Murot in the award-winning crime scene: Born in Pain (2014) by director Florian Schwarz In the ARD thriller Nie mehr wie immer (2015) he was to be seen as Jan, the film son of Edgar Selge and Franziska Walser, whose relationship with his parents suffers from the persistent hostility and aggressive atmosphere. In the Munich police call 110: The ghost of freedom (first broadcast: August 2018) he played the charismatic Kolthoff, the intellectual head of a group of young neo-Nazis. In the 11th season of the TV series Die Bergretter (2019), Erdt took over one of the episodes as a young mountain guide Ben Huber, who helps a young woman who tries to escape her psychopathic husband to escape.In the ZDF television series Marie Brand, Erdt was in the film Marie Brand and the wrong friends (first broadcast: September 2020) in one of the leading roles as a suspected former friend of police investigator Jürgen Simmel (Hinnerk Schönemann). a. working for Bayerischer Rundfunk and DeutschlandRadio Kultur. Erdt lives in Munich.
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