Ronald Zehrfeld Familie

Ronald Zehrfeld Familie
Ronald Zehrfeld Familie

Ronald Zehrfeld Familie |Ronald Zehrfeld ist ein deutscher Schauspieler. Doch sein Herz gehorte nicht immer der Schauspielerei: Bereits am Kindergarten hatte er ein Talent für Judo und besuchte die Kinder- und Jugendsportschule. Doch er wurde leider nicht mit in den deutschen Kader aufgenommen, woraufhin er nach seinem Abitur Germanistik und Politikwissenschaft studierte.

Dort belegte er einen Theaterworkshop, der Zehrfelds Interesse für die Schauspielerei zum Vorschein brachte. Daraufhin begann er ein Schauspielstudium und arbeitete a verschiedenen Theatern. 2003 hatte er seinen ersten Auftritt in „Mutter Courage” am „Deutschen Theater” in Berlin. Zwei Jahre spater war er dann neben den Theaterbühnen auch auf den Kinoleinwanden zu sehen, wie in dem Kurzfilm „Goldjunge “. Kurze Zeit darauf spielte er a der Seite von Jessica Schwarz in „Der Rote Kakadu “.

Doch er begeisterte auch seine Fans auf dem heimischen Fernsehbildschirmen, as er in Serien wie „Tatort” und „Polizeiruf 110″ mitspielte. 2010 bekam er eine Hauptrolle in dem Krimi „Im Angesicht des Verbrechens “and wurde dafür gemeinsam mit dem Ensemble mit dem „Deutschen Schauspielpreis” und dem „Grimme-Preis” belohnt.

However, with the reunification of Germany, the young man from Berlin found himself with an abundance of free time and traveled extensively. The following year, 1996, he received his high school diploma, fulfilled the requirements of his community service requirement, and traveled around India before enrolling at the Humboldt University in Berlin to study German and political science. After all, Ronald Zehrfeld had already mapped out his professional future and had intended to become a teacher all along. But as luck would have it, things did not work out.

The 1.90 meter man had previously taken a whiff of the atmosphere at school when he was still a student, which had the effect of igniting a passion inside him that would never leave him. After attending a course on acting in Spain, it became abundantly evident to him that acting is meant to be his life’s work.

Even though Ronald Zehrfeld had to take the entrance exam twice before he passed it, he attended the Ernst Busch Drama Institution in Berlin. Unfortunately, the school did not provide him with the essential resources.

Before making his debut in Hamburg, Ronald Zehrfeld played under Peter Zadek at the Deutsches Theater and the Berliner Ensemble, among other theaters, before making his debut on the stage in Hamburg. This is hardly a surprise considering how quickly the theater makers became aware of the talent in Berlin. It took a bit longer for the directors of film and television to cast the character actor because Ronald Zehrfeld simply felt more at home in the theater than he did on film or television.

Ronald Zehrfeld Familie
Ronald Zehrfeld Familie

But after “Goldjunge,” Ronald Zehrfeld had a craving for blood, the actor appeared in front of the camera for “Der Rote Kakadu” with Max Riemelt and Jessica Schwarz, and he shot “The Russian Beloved” with Iris Berben. Additionally, Ronald Zehrfeld left his signature on productions including “We Are the People – Love Knows No Borders,” “12 Meters Without a Head,” and “Between Worlds.” The movie “The Silent Classroom” was Zehrfeld’s most recent appearance in a theater.

Since the year 2017, Ronald Zehrfeld has also appeared in the critically acclaimed series “4 Blocks.” Additionally, he may be seen on television in the crime series “Dengler,” in which he plays the role of Georg Dengler, a former BKA target investigator who now works as a private investigator. His participation in the dark cinema ZDF two-part series “Walpurgisnacht –

Die Madchen und der Tod” is also interesting. In this role, he played an East German police officer who was investigating a string of murders in the Harz Mountains with a West German colleague before the reunification of Germany. Zehrfeld was cast as a main character in the ARD television series “Waiting for a Bus” in the year 2020. The series consisted of eight episodes.

Following the success of Stephan Schiffers’ short film Goldjunge (2005), Graf cast him in his award-winning theatrical production of Der Rote Kakadu opposite Max Riemelt and Jessica Schwarz. Another leading part in front of the camera was played by Zehrfeld for television in the ZDF drama The Russian Beloved (2008), which also starred Iris Berben.

In addition, he appeared in the two-part television drama We are the people: love knows no borders and the film production In every second, both of which were directed by Jan Fehse in the year 2008. In 2009, Sven Taddicken’s adventure comedy 12 meters without a head cast Klaus Stortebeker in the starring role of the pirate Klaus Stortebeker.

Zehrfeld’s performance as a criminal in Dominik Graf’s crime series In the Face of Crime (2010), in which he once again appeared opposite Max Riemelt, led to the actor’s commercial and critical success. Both portrayed two Berlin police detectives who were conducting an investigation into the Russian mafia in the setting

von Berlin. Zehrfeld wurde zusammen mit dem übrigen Schauspielensemble um Riemelt, Marie Baumer, Miel Matievi und Alina Levshin für seine Darstellung des Sven Lottner mit dem Deutschen Fernsehpreis und dem Grimme-Preis ausgezeichnet.

Zehrfeld trat 2011 in dem Filmdrama The Invisible auf, das von Christian Schwochow inszeniert wurde und in einer Theaterkulisse spielte. Zehrfeld spielte in dem Film eine Nebenrolle. In dem Drama von Christian Petzold an der Seite von Nina Hoss spielte er die Rolle seiner ersten intellektuellen Figur in einem Film. Seine Leistung als in eine DDR-Provinz versetzter Kinderarzt brachte ihm erstmals eine Nominierung für den Deutschen Filmpreis ein.

Ronald Zehrfeld Familie
Ronald Zehrfeld Familie

Nach Dominik Grafs Krimiserie „Im Angesicht des Verbrechens“ und dem Kinofilm „Finsterworld“ spielt Zehrfeld im ZDF-Krimi „Dengler“ erneut eine Polizistenrolle. Zehrfeld porträtiert einen Ex-BKA-Beamten in der Rolle des „Deutschen Russell Crowe“.

Warum haben die Großen das Bedürfnis, immer die Rolle des „Stiers“ zu spielen? „Sie müssen sich bei den Leuten erkundigen, die die Abgüsse herstellen. Es war schon immer ein Traum von mir, eine Reihe von gegensätzlichen Rollen darzustellen“, sagt Zehrfeld.

Ronald Zehrfeld Familie