Jerry Hoffmann

Jerry Hoffmann

Darsteller
*1989 Hamburg

Biography

Jerry Hoffmann was born as Jeremias Acheampong in Hamburg on May 30 1989. From 2010 until 2015, he studied acting at the Otto-Falckenberg-Schule in Munich and at the Universität der Künste in Berlin. He made his screen debut in the 2010 release "Shahada", in which he was credited under his birth name and played a young Nigerian coming to terms with his homosexuality.

After being a regular on the award-winning TV series "Zeit der Helden", he was picked as one of the Berlinale Talents in 2013. The following year saw him in supporting roles in the German-US thriller "Hitman: Agent 47" and, opposite Ulrich Tukur and Barbara Auer, in the TV miniseries "Grzimek".

In 2015, Hoffmann was one of the leads in Dietrich Brüggemann's satire "Heil", playing a writer who suffers from amnesia and unwillingly becomes a spokesperson for Neo-Nazis. In addition to his TV and movie career, Hoffmann is a renowned stage actor and has been part of the ensemble of the Maxim-Gorki-Theater in Berlin since the 2014/2015 season. 

Filmography

2016/2017 Amelie rennt
Cast
 
2015/2016 Der hundertste Affe
Cast
 
2015/2016 Auf kurze Distanz
Cast
 
2015-2017 Rewind
Cast
 
2014/2015 Hitman: Agent 47
Cast
 
2014/2015 Grzimek
Cast
 
2014/2015 Heil
Cast
 
2012 Nemez
Cast
 
2009/2010 Shahada
Cast
 

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