Christian Löber


Christian Löber was born near Kassel in 1983. Following his training as industrial mechanic he worked in the automobile industry. Then he earned his technical diploma and studied mechanical engineering in Kassel. From 2008 to 2012 he pursued a training as actor at the University of Dramatic Art Ernst Busch in Berlin. During his studies he appeared at the Berliner Ensemble as “Jack” in “Lulu” (directed by Robert Wilson). Together with the ensemble of the production “Helden” (directed by Roscha Säidow) he was awarded the Vontobel Prize at the Meeting of Acting Schools in 2011. For his role in “Leonce und Lena” (directed by Alexander Lang) he was honored with the Outstanding Acting Award at GATS in Peking.

His first permanent engagement took Christian Löber to the Münchner Kammerspiele during the season 2012/13 where he appeared in “Amerika” (directed by Julie Van den Berghe, 2013), “Fegefeuer in Ingolstadt” (directed by Susanne Kennedy, 2013) and “Liliom” (directed by Stephan Kimmig, 2014), among others. He currently performs in the production “Warum läuft Herr R. Amok?” (directed by Susanne Kennedy, 2014), which was invited to the Berliner Theatertreffen 2015. In 2015 Christian Löber was honored with the Advancement Award of the Association for the Promotion of the Münchner Kammerspiele.