Kathleen Morgeneyer

Kathleen Morgeneyer was born in 1977 in Erlabrunnen.
She became a professional actrice at the renowned “Academy for Acting Ernst Busch” in Berlin. From 2006 to 2009 Kathleen is member of the ensemble at the Schauspielhaus Düsseldorf. 2007 she was awarded as the best talented young actor in North Rhine-Westphalia. Since 2009 Kathleen is member of the ensemble at the Schauspiel Frankfurt in Frankfurt a. Main and also guest actor at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin. 2009 she won the Alfred-Kerr-Darstellerpreis.

Stefan Rudolf

Stefan Rudolf was born in 1974.
He studied acting at the College of Performing Arts at the UDK in Berlin. In 2007 he won the Studio Hamburg Young Talent award.
He was acting in numerous cinema and TV- feature films, such as “Giesela” (D: Isaelle Stever, 2004, best Film Crossing Europe, Linz: best Film Baltic Debut’s Filmfestival, Svetlogorsk), “Die Bluthochzeit” (D: Dominik Deruddere, 2004); “Black Out” (R. Peter Keglevic, 2005), “Der Mungo” (R. Philipp Osthus, 2006, Studio Hamburg young Talent award for Stefan Rudolf), “Die Menschen sind schlechte” (D: Peter Jeschke, 2007), “Hanna’s Words” (R: Andreas Struck, 2008), “Fräulein Stinnes fährt um die Welt” (D: Erica v. Moeller, 2008)

Lars Rudolph

Lars Rudolph was born in 1966 in Ostfriesland.
He is actor as well as musician and famous from countless theatre- and filmproductions. He worked together with directors like Bela Tarr, Tom Tykwer, Oscar Roehler, Frank Castofr, Christoph Schlingensief and as a composer as well with Sasha Waltz. In 1997 he won the Best Talent Actors Award at the Max- Ophüls- Preis (“Not a love Song”, D: Jan Ralske) and was nominated twice for the German Filmprice (“Fette Welt”, D: Jan Schütte, 1998; “Der Krieger und die Kaiserin”, D: Tom Tykwer 1999)
Lars Rudolph speaks in radio dramas, works as composer and musician and is singer of the band MANN UND MAUS.