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Vincent Redetzki

Vincent Redetzki was born in 1992 in Berlin where he studied at the Hochschule für Schauspielkunst Ernst Busch (Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts). He appeared as a child actor in the 2006 film Die wilden Hühner (Wild Chicks). He also appeared in multiple episodes of Tatort (Crime Scene) and Poliezeiruf 110 (Call The Cops) as well as the films Die kommenden Tage (The Days to Come – directed by Lars Kraume) and Die Klasse (The Class of ‘61 – directed by Ben von Grafenstein). From the age of 11, Vincent began to make regular appearances at Schaubühne Berlin acting in productions such as Falk Richter’s Unter Eis (Under the Ice) and Trust. In 2009, he was awarded the Deutsche Fernsehpreis development grant and in 2012, he was presented with the Hessischen Fernsehpreis Special Jury Award (Ensemble Prize). Vincent has been a member of the ensemble at the Münchner Kammerspiele since 2018.

“AmA ohne Maske”

The imagined portrait of an actor / actress of herself: With which scene could it begin? What are groundbreaking career and biographical moments, and what do they say about the dreams and goals of a newly forming ensemble? In the podcast “AmA ohne Maske” the actors and actresses of the Münchner Kammerspiele talk about themselves: the people who will define the theater in the coming years.

Concept & Direction: Wiebke Puls
Sound & & Editing: Johann Jürgen Koch, Martin Sraier

„Sie sagt: Du hast dit nich jenuch jewollt.“

– Vincent Redetzki