Andreas Döhler

Andreas Döhler

*1974 Wermsdorf


Andreas Döhler, born in 1974, studied acting at the music and theatre academy "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" in Leipzig from 1999 until 2003. During that time, he already regularly performed at the Nationaltheater in Weimar.

Following his graduation, he joined the ensemble of the Thalia Theater in Hamburg, and from 2003 until 2009, he worked under renowned stage directors like Michael Thalheimer, Dimiter Gotscheff, Armin Petras and Stephan Kimmig and appeared in productions of "Sommergäste", "Leonce und Lena" and "Tartuffe". Since 2009, he is a regular player at the Deutsche Theater in Berlin, where he performed in productions of "Demokratie" and "Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald".

After some early TV roles, Döhler made his feature film debut in Andres Veiels "Wer wenn nicht wir" (2011). This was followed by supporting roles in the made-for-TV thriller "Die Stunde des Wolfs" (2011) and in the theatrical release "Schilf - Alles, was denkbar ist, existiert" (2012). He had his first leading role in the tragicomedy "Millionen", playing a regular family man whose life is turned upside down when a lottery ticket wins him 22 million Euro. 

Following a string of TV roles, including a turn as a German physicist in the Norwegian miniseries "Kampen om tungtvannet", Döhler was the male lead in Florian Eichinger's "Die Hände meiner Mutter". His portrayal of a family man who was molested by his mother as a child, won him the Förderpreis Deutsches Kino.


2015/2016 Winnetou
2015/2016 Die Hände meiner Mutter
2012/2013 Millionen
2011/2012 Schilf - Alles, was denkbar ist, existiert
2010/2011 Wer wenn nicht wir


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