Moritz Jahn

Moritz Jahn

Darsteller
*17.04.1995

Biography

Moritz Jahn was born on April 17, 1995. He made his screen debut as one
of the principal cast members of the children's show "Die Pfefferkörner",
playing the son of Polish restaurant owners who is also part of a group of
amateur teen detectives. In 2009, Jahn participated in the Young Talent Program
of the Hamburg Stage School of Dance & Drama. He was cast as the male lead
for the two-part TV movie "Prinz und Bottel", in which he plays a
double role as the son of a wealthy family who switches places with a poor boy.

"Der Himmel hat vier Ecken" (2011), which chronicles the lives
of a group of teens in a run-down housing complex, marked Jahn's first major
role in a theatrical release. Following  supporting turns in the TV productions
"Stiller Abschied" (2013) and "Die Schneekönigin" (2014),
he played the son of a gifted money counterfeiter in the acclaimed drama series
"Morgen hör ich auf" (2016).

Jahn next starred in the award-winning fantasy film "Offline - Das
Leben ist kein Bonuslevel" ("Offline – Are You Ready for the Next
Level?"), which was released in early 2017.

Filmography

2016/2017 Der Fall Holdt
Cast
 
2016/2017 Dark
Cast
 
2016 Familie ist kein Wunschkonzert
Cast
 
2014-2016 Deus Ex Macchina
Cast
 
2014-2016 Offline - Das Leben ist kein Bonuslevel
Cast
 
2010/2011 Der Himmel hat vier Ecken
Cast
 
2009/2010 Prinz und Bottel
Cast
 

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