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Martin Geuer

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Martin Geuer
Born15 September 1982
Magdeburg, Germany
🏡 ResidenceBerlin
🏳️ NationalityGerman
Other names
💼 Occupation
Actor, Writer
💵 Salary :
📆 Years active  2006- present
Height6.2 ft (190 cm)
TelevisionTatort: Totenstille
🏅 AwardsAufzug (short film)

"Best Supporting Actor"

11th Wild Rose Independent Film Festival
🌐 Websitewww.martingeuer.com

Martin Geuer (* 15 September 1982 in Magdeburg, Germany) is a German actor and writer.

Martin Geuer was born in 1982 in Magdeburg, Germany. After receiving his acting diploma from Filmschauspielschule Berlin in August 2008,[1] Martin has been performing in multiple short films, advertisements, feature films and TV-series (i.e. in one of his latest roles in the well known German TV-series called "Tatort" - Episode: "Dead Silence").[2] This episode was directed by Zoltan Spirandelli[3] and was later nominated for the 2017 german Grimme-Award for the implementation of sign language.[4]

Martin Geuer also gathered experiences in various theater productions and in dubbing. In 2012 he received a scholarship for the Margie Haber Studio (L.A.), where he attended the Intensive Studies Program.[5]

In 2013 Martin Geuer won the Distinctive Achievement Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Short Film at the 11th Wild Rose Independent Film Festival in Iowa. He won the price for his role in the short film "Aufzug" ("The Lift") - written and produced by Billy MacKinnon (script editor in the movie "The Piano").

References[edit]

  1. "Filmschauspielschule Berlin - Absolventen". www.filmschauspielschule.de (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2018-02-22.
  2. "Tatort aus Saarbrücken: Gehörlos heißt nicht harmlos". Tagesspiegel (in Deutsch). 2016-01-24. Retrieved 2018-02-22.
  3. "Tatort - Totenstille". FOCUS online (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2018-02-27.
  4. "Gebärdensprache im Tatort: Totenstille (SR)". 53th Grimme-Award 2017 (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2018-02-27.
  5. "e-TALENTA". www.e-talenta.eu. Retrieved 2018-02-22.

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