Fabian Hinrichs Biography
Fabian Hinrichs Biography – Fabian Hinrichs (born 1974) is a German actor. He is probably best known for his performance as Hans Scholl in Sophie Scholl – The Final Days, which was nominated for Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Hinrichs has also been a member of the German Film Academy and the European Film Academy. From 2000 to 2006, he was a member of the Volksbühne Berlin ensemble.
|Date of Birth||1974|
|Net worth||$2 million|
Fabian Hinrichs Education
Fabian Hinrichs Education – He studied Law in Hamburg, Acting at the Folkwang University of the Arts, Political Science in Berlin, and Cultural Studies in Berlin, with a focus on History and Philosophy.
Fabian Hinrichs Career
Fabian Hinrichs Career – Schauspielhaus Bochum was his first permanent acting job. He was a company member of Berlin’s Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz from 2000 to 2005.
He collaborated with Leander Haußmann, Frank Castorf, Christoph Schlingensief, and René Pollesch there. Since 2005, he has also worked at the Münchner Kammerspiele, Schauspiel Köln, Burgtheater Wien, Wiener Festwochen, and Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg, among others.
For his work, he has received the Max-Ophüls-Preis, the Alfred-Kerr Acting Award, and the Ulrich-Wildgruber-Preis. Since 2008, Fabian Hinrichs has been writing and staging his own plays and essays, including “Ein Koffer voller Schmerzen,” “Die Zeit schlägt Dich tot,” and “Ich.Welt. “We – There are 1000 questions” and “I’ve called for help.” Tierschreie had returned.”
Since 2003, he has been in various film and television productions, most recently as Komissar Felix Voss in the “Franconian Tatort.” He has been a key character in the Sky-Atlantic series “Acht Tage” since 2018.
Fabian Hinrichs Net worth
Fabian Hinrichs Net worth – Fabian Hinrichs has a net worth of $2 million. He is a top German actor who is best known for his performance as Hans Scholl in Sophie Scholl – The Final Days, which was nominated for Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Fabian Hinrichs Filmography
|Großstadtrevier||2004||Paul||(TV Series; 1 episode)|
|Blackout||2005||Tom Schulze||(Short Film)|
|Sophie Scholl – The Final Days||2005||Hans Scholl||Sophie Scholl – Die letzten Tage|
New Faces Award for Best Actor
|The Wedding Party||2005||Alexander Halberstadt||Die Bluthochzeit|
|Bella Block||2006||Malte Preis||(TV Series; 1 episode)|
|The Criminalist||2006||Marc Bucholz||(TV Series; 1 episode) Der Kriminalist|
|Bloch||2007||Michael Liebknecht||(TV Series; 1 episode)|
|Sooner or Later||2007||Daniel||Früher oder später|
|Der Dicke||2007||Markus Levian||(TV Series; 1 episode) Der Dicke|
|Use in Hamburg||2008||Olli Blank||(TV Series; 1 episode) Einsatz in Hamburg|
|The Best Is Yet to Come||2008||Tom Mailinger||(TV Film) Das Beste kommt erst|
|Love and Other Hazards||2009||Henning Linker||(TV Film) Liebe und andere Gefahren|
|Dutschke||2009||Peter Schneider||(TV Film)|
|Crime Scene||2009||Dr. Wolf / Thies Nowak||(TV Series; 2 episodes) Tatort|
Nominated—German Television Award for Best Supporting Actor
Max Ophüls Film Festival Special Prize for Best Actor
Nominated—German Film Award for Best Actor
|66/67: Fairplay Is Over||2009||Florian||66/67 – Fairplay war gestern|
|My Land||2010||Sommer||(TV Film) Mein Land|
|Countdown – The Hunt Begins||2010||Jürgen Stolz||(TV Series; 1 episode) Countdown – Die Jagd beginnt|
|Leipzig Homicide||2010||Daniel Jaboweit||(TV Series; 1 episode)|
|The Daredevil||2010||Christoph Weber||(TV Film) Die Draufgänger|
Awards and nominations
|New Faces Award||2005||Best Actor||Sophie Scholl – The Final Days||Won|
|German Television Awards||2009||Best Supporting Actor||Crime Scene||Nominated|
|Max Ophüls Film Festival||2009||Special Prize for Best Actor||Gravity||Won|
|German Film Awards||2010||Best Actor||Gravity||Nominated|
|Theatre Today Awards||2010||Actor of the Year||I Look Into Your Eyes, Societal Context of Delusion!||Won|