|Born||15 September 1982|
💵 Salary :
|📆 Years active||2006- present|
|Height||6.2 ft (190 cm)|
|🏅 Awards||Aufzug (short film)
"Best Supporting Actor"11th Wild Rose Independent Film Festival
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, 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"). This episode was directed by Zoltan Spirandelli and was later nominated for the 2017 german Grimme-Award for the implementation of sign language.
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.
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").
- "Filmschauspielschule Berlin - Absolventen". www.filmschauspielschule.de (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2018-02-22.
- "Tatort aus Saarbrücken: Gehörlos heißt nicht harmlos". Tagesspiegel (in Deutsch). 2016-01-24. Retrieved 2018-02-22.
- "Tatort - Totenstille". FOCUS online (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2018-02-27.
- "Gebärdensprache im Tatort: Totenstille (SR)". 53th Grimme-Award 2017 (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2018-02-27.
- "e-TALENTA". www.e-talenta.eu. Retrieved 2018-02-22.
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