Samouil Stoyanov


Samouil Stoyanov, born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1989, grew up in Linz, Austria. Since his childhood he has been on stage as dancer, musician and amateur actor. He underwent training in the fields of ballet, jazz dance, tap dance, flamenco and modern dance. At his family’s theater ballet school MAESTRO, he worked as stage designer, light technician, and in other jobs. Subsequent to regular youth theater workshops where he dedicated his efforts to children suffering from impaired hearing, he began studying drama at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna in 2011. In 2013 Samouil Stoyanov collaborated in “Der Ritt über den Bodensee” (directed by Nicolas Charaux, 2013) at the Theater Nestroyhof-Hamakom in Vienna and appeared in the production of the Max Reinhardt Seminar “Die Affäre Rue de Lourcine” (directed by Nicolas Charaux) at the Körber Studio Junge Regie in Hamburg in 2014. Recently he performed in “The Tempest” (directed by Kilian Bauer) at the Max Reinhardt Seminar as well as in “Die Götter weinen” (directed by Anna Badora) at the Schauspielhaus Graz.

Starting with the 2015/16 season Samouil Stoyanov is a permanent member of the Münchner Kammerspiele ensemble.