Erol Birkan szerepében:
Fahri Yardım 1980-01-01 Hamburg, Germany
Fahri Yardim was born in Hamburg, Germany, the son of an academic family of Turkish extraction. Performing on stage in school productions he developed his love of acting. He trained at the Hamburger Bühnenstudio der darstellenden Künste (Hamburg Stage Studio of the Performing Arts) and appeared in theatre productions in Berlin and Hamburg. Fahri represents a generation that focuses on character rather than nationality. He is a naturalist who avoids ethnic stereotype, and his versatility is mirrored in his choice of roles: He portrayed an Anatolian in Almanya - Willkommen in Deutschland (2011), a Greek in Kebab Connection (2004), a German Sinte in Chiko(2008), a German in Mogadischu (2008), and a woman in Unter Frauen (2012). His most memorable roles include the Brunswick-set film 66/67 - Fairplay war gestern(2009). 2012 proved to be a peak year allowing him to demonstrate the range of his talent and his powerful, committed, discursive and nuanced personality. He played a priest in Marcus H. Rosenmüller's Wer's glaubt, wird selig (2012), an artist in Marc Rothemund's Mann tut was Mann kann (2012), a paramedic in Lars Becker's ZDF thrillerDie Geisterfahrer (2012), a doctor in the ProSieben crime drama Kreutzer kommt ... ins Krankenhaus (2012) and a detective in the Sat.1 thriller drama Hannah Mangold & Lucy Palm (2011). In 2013 he will appear with Ben Kingsley in the international movie version of Der Medicus (2013). In Austria he is a regular in the ORF police drama CopStories. And in March of 2013 he was Til Schweiger's partner in the first of several projected Tatort (1970) episodes.
Paula Grimmer szerepében:
Katharina Schüttler 1979-10-20 Köln, Germany
Katharina Schüttler (born 20 October 1979) is a German television and film actress. Her film debut was in the movie Die Lok in 1992. She is best known internationally for leading roles as Clara Rosenbaum in The Promise (2011) and as Greta Müller in the television drama Generation War (2013). Schüttler grew up in Cologne. Her father is an actor, director and former theatre director and her mother is a playwright. After high school she studied acting at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media from 1999 to 2003. In 2002, she played the title role in the German premiere of the play Lolita in a staging of Peter Kestmüller at the Schauspiel Hannover. Katharina Schüttler preferably plays radical roles in which people are torn in existential situations. In 2006, she was awarded by the critics survey of the magazine Theater Today 2006. Source: Article "Katharina Schüttler" from Wikipedia in english, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.
Kareem Tarik-Amir szerepében:
Kais Setti 1985-01-01 Cologne, Germany
Kais Setti (* 1985 in Cologne) is a Tunisian-German actor. Setti is of Arab origin. His family is from Tunisia. He first attended the Theater School Aachen (2005-2008). From late 2008 to early 2013, he completed his acting studies at the Academy of Performing Arts Baden-Württemberg in Ludwigsburg. His acting director was Luk Perceval. During his training he played theater and worked on numerous roles of classical theater repertoire. Meanwhile Setti works mainly for film and television. He worked at the 2013 Grimme Award winning documentary trilogy "What are you living?" Between 2005 and 2011. - What do you want? - Where are you standing? " His first professional film appearance as a performer he had in 2009 under the direction of Nuran David Çalış as a high school student Otto in the film adaptation of the ZDF contemporary adaptation of the piece Spring Awakening. In small roles he was then in the movies blame are always the others (2012, as Samir in a short scene with Julia Brendler) and 5 years of life (2013, as a prisoner) to see. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Maïssa Issam szerepében:
Deniz Orta 1991-01-01 Bremen, Germany
Tomo Kovac szerepében:
Mišel Matičević 1970-04-22 Berlin, Germany
Mišel Matičević (born 1970 in Berlin) is a German actor of Croatian descent.
Ivan Vrgoc 1977-07-08 Frankfurt am Main, Germany