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Harald Krassnitzer

Harald Krassnitzer

Austrian actor
Harald Krassnitzer
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Intro Austrian actor
Is Actor
From Austria
Type Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth 10 September 1960, Salzburg
Age 60 years
Harald Krassnitzer
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Biography

Harald Krassnitzer (born 10 September 1960, Grödig, Austria) is an Austrian actor.

Life

Krassnitzer grew in Grödig, in Salzburg-Umgebung District. His father was a locksmith, while his mother worked in a candy factory. After graduating at the HTL in Eisenstadt, he was trained as a forwarding agent.

Krassnitzer began his dramatic career at the Elisabethbühne in Salzburg, where he was taught for four years. After that he played at the Schauspielhaus Graz in Graz, the Wiener Volkstheater in Vienna and the Saarland State Theatre in Saarbrücken.

Since 1995, Krassnitzer has played mainly in television series (Der Bergdoktor, Der Winzerkönig, Tatort). Since 1999, he has been in the scene as investigators series Moritz Eisner for the ORF in use, sometimes alone, and sometimes with changing colleagues. Since his 24th case, he is now working with Adele Neuhauser, together with Bibi Fellner.

At the Licht ins Dunkel Gala in 1998, he acted alongside Peter Rapp as co-moderator. In summer 1999, Krassnitzer presented the film series Wunderland with a personal love letter to Austria, in which he presented his favorite music and his favorite places.

Krassnitzer is committed to Hilfswerk Austria. He is co-owner of the company Blinklicht, a production company for mobile TV, which he founded in Vienna with two childhood friends.

Since 7 July 2009, he has been married to the German actress Ann-Kathrin Kramer, with whom he was previously romantically involved for more than nine years. He currently lives in Wuppertal and in his second home in the Tirol region (Mieming).

Harald Krassnitzer is a social democrat and regularly supports the Social Democratic Party of Austria.

Works

Harald Krassnitzer with Adele Neuhauser at Grimme-Preisverleihung 2014

Theatre

  • Prince in "Yvonne, Princess of Burgund" by Witold Gombrowicz, 1987
  • Jojo in "Das Gauklermärchen", Michael Ende, 1987, Elisabethbühne
  • Peer Gynt in "Peer Gynt", Henrik Ibsen
  • King Johann in "König Johann", Friedrich Dürrenmatt
  • Hamlet in "Hamlet", Heiner Müller
  • Oedipus in "King Oedipus" and "Oedipus at Colonos", Sophokles
  • Xerxes in "The Persians", Volker Braun (Aischylos)
  • Karl Moor in "The Robbers", Friedrich Schiller
  • Faust in "Faust I und II", von Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • Primislaus in "Libussa" von Franz Grillparzer
  • Truffaldino in "Diener zweier Herren" von Carlo Goldoni
  • Fernando in "Stella" von Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Filmography (selection)

  • 1996: Der Pakt – Wenn Kinder töten
  • 1997: Stockinger – Spuren in den Tod
  • 1997: Der Bergdoktor (Fernsehserie)
  • 1998: Hurenmord – Ein Priester schweigt
  • 1999: Rosamunde Pilcher – Der lange Weg zum Glück
  • 1999/2000: Kanadische Träume – Eine Familie wandert aus (3-teilige Miniserie)
    • Folgen: 1. Der Aufbruch, 2. Das neue Leben, 3. Umwege der Liebe
  • Seit 1999: Tatort des ORF (Fernsehreihe) als Moritz Eisner, einzelne Folgen siehe Moritz Eisner
  • 2003: Ausgeliefert
  • 2003: Amundsen der Pinguin
  • 2003: MA 2412 – Die Staatsdiener
  • 2003: Aus Liebe zu Tom
  • 2003: Gefährliche Gefühle
  • 2003: Das Traumschiff – Sambia und die Viktoriafälle
  • 2004: Der Ferienarzt… auf Korfu
  • 2004: Das Blut der Templer
  • 2004: Weißblaue Wintergeschichten
  • 2004: Stauffenberg
  • 2005: Im Reich der Reblaus
  • 2005: Vollgas – Gebremst wird später
  • 2005: Margarete Steiff
  • 2005–2009: Der Winzerkönig (Fernsehserie)
  • 2008: Unter Strom
  • 2008: Marie Brand und der Charme des Bösen
  • 2009: Mein Mann, seine Geliebte und ich (Fernsehfilm)
  • 2009: Das Traumschiff – Papua Neuguinea
  • 2010: Gier
  • 2010: Das Mädchen auf dem Meeresgrund
  • 2011: Am Kreuzweg
  • 2011: Aschenputtel
  • 2012: Der Wettbewerb
  • 2012: Trau niemals deiner Frau
  • 2013: Paul Kemp – Alles kein Problem (13-teilige Fernsehserie)
  • 2014: Elly Beinhorn – Alleinflug (Fernsehfilm)
  • 2014: Blutsschwestern (ORF) / Die Tote in der Berghütte (ZDF)
  • 2014: Fluss des Lebens – Wiedersehen an der Donau (Fernsehfilm)
  • 2014: Katie Fforde: Geschenkte Jahre (Fernsehfilm)
  • 2015: Meine fremde Frau
  • ORF 2012.

Awards

  • 2000: Romy – Most popular series
  • 2014: Grimme-Preis for Tatort: Angezählt

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