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David Schütter

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David Schütter
Born
David Schütter-Wieske

1991 (age 30–31)
EducationSchule für Schauspiel Hamburg [de]
OccupationActor
Years active2008–present
RelativesFriedrich Schütter (grandfather)

David Schütter (born David Schütter-Wieske in 1991[1]) is a German actor who has appeared in numerous films, television series and theatres. He is known for his portrayal of Pepe in Strawberry Bubblegums [de], Adrian Schimmel in Never Look Away, Ralph in Charlie's Angels and Folkwin Wolfspeer in Barbarians.

Career

Born in Hamburg, a city in Northern Germany, David Schütter is grandson of the German actor Friedrich Schütter.[2] He studied acting in Schule für Schauspiel Hamburg [de] between 2009 and 2012. Before the school, he had already made his screen debut in the NDR series Die Pfefferkörner in 2008, following another appearance in Da kommt Kalle, in 2010. In 2011, he had a supporting role in the ZDF crime detective series Stubbe – Von Fall zu Fall,[3] and another supporting role in Küstenwache in 2012.

Shortly after graduation, Schütter made his film debut in Gaming Instinct [de], in 2013. From 2013 to 2014 he portrayed more than 13 roles in various series, among which are Alles Klara [de], Marie Brand [de], Cologne P.D., In aller Freundschaft, Tatort, Großstadtrevier and Der Lehrer. In the last one, together with Hendrik Duryn [de], he played the role of a problem student named Florian Klosterkämper.[4] He was cast in the title role of the 2014 documentary miniseries Alexander the Great, whom he played 'in a dramatic exaggeration, spitting out the big notes instead of articulating them'.[5] He also played the lead role in the 41-minute short film Porn Punk Poetry (2014). With tattoos, bleached hair and mohawk, he embodied the 27-year-old Damon, who works as a male prostitute, but is now too old for this gay scene and is at a turning point in his life when he meets the young Russian Emma. Schütter represented 'a soul between hardship and romance'.[6] The same year he starred in the award-winning drama film We Are Young. We Are Strong, as neo-Nazi Sandro.[7]

Following some guest and supporting roles in Letzte Spur Berlin [de] (2015), Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei (2015), Weinberg (2015), Offline: Are You Ready for the Next Level? [de] (2016), Der Kriminalist (2017), Rübezahls Schatz [de] (2017) and Right Here Right Now [de] (2018), Schütter starred in the second season of 4 Blocks as Matthias Keil, one of the leading roles. In the 2019 two-part television thriller Walpurgisnacht – Die Mädchen und der Tod, he embodied the amateur photographer Alexander Zimmermann, who is suspected of being a possible misogynist.[8]

In 2020, Schütter was featured in the film Persian Lessons, the miniseries Unsere wunderbaren Jahre [de] and the Netflix historical series Barbarians.[9]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2013 Gaming Instinct [de] Grüttel
2014 Porn Punk Poetry Damon Short film
We Are Young. We Are Strong Sandro
2016 Offline: Are You Ready for the Next Level? [de] Ben
CRO: Don't Believe the Hype [de] Dawid
Heart of Stone [de] Bastian
Strawberry Bubblegums [de] Pepe
2017 Rübezahls Schatz [de] Erik TV film
Der Reichstag – Geschichte eines deutschen Hauses Ferdinand Hardekopf Docudrama
2018 Right Here Right Now [de] Pablo
Never Look Away Adrian Schimmel
Klassentreffen 1.0 [de] Karsten
The Keeper[10]
2019 Sweethearts [de] Charlie
Charlie's Angels Ralph
2020 Persian Lessons Paul

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2008 Die Pfefferkörner 2 episodes
2010 Da kommt Kalle Episode: "Baby an Bord"
2011 Stubbe – Von Fall zu Fall Episode: "Der Stolz der Familie"
2012 Küstenwache Episode: "Unter dem Totenkopf"
2013 In aller Freundschaft Episode: "Überdruck"
Alles Klara [de] Oscar Banks Episode: "Laubenpieper"
Großstadtrevier Episode: "Der zweite Mann"
Tatort: Feuerteufel [de] Kollege von Ruben
Der Lehrer Florian Klosterkämper Episode: "Wieder so ein fieser Vollmer-Trick"
2014 Marie Brand [de] Episode: "Marie Brand und das Mädchen im Ring [de]"
Tatort: Kopfgeld [de] Lubo
Cologne P.D. Episode: "Eine Frage der Gerechtigkeit"
Alexander the Great Alexander the Great Docudrama; leading role
Josephine Klick – Allein unter Cops [de] Ewald Persike 6 episodes
2015 Weinberg Ulf
Tatort: Der große Schmerz [de] Lubo
Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei Episode: "Angst"
Tatort: Das Muli [de] Reimers
Letzte Spur Berlin [de] Episode: "Monster 1/2"
2017 Der Kriminalist Episode: "Der verlorene Sohn"
2018 4 Blocks Matthias Keil Leading role in seasons 2–3
2019 Walpurgisnacht – Die Mädchen und der Tod Alexander Zimmermann
8 Days [de] Robin 8 episodes
Schuld nach Ferdinand von Schirach Episode: "Der kleine Mann"
2020 Unsere wunderbaren Jahre [de] Tommy Weidner 3 episodes
Barbarians Folkwin Wolfspeer 6 episodes

References

  1. ^ "David_Schütter". schauspielervideos.de (in German). Retrieved 4 May 2021.
  2. ^ Kalweit, Martina (20 February 2019). "David Schütter: Ein Mann für mehr als 8 Tage". tvspielfilm.de (in German). Retrieved 4 May 2021.
  3. ^ "Folge 41: Der Stolz der Familie". didis-screens.com (in German). 2012. Retrieved 4 May 2021.
  4. ^ "Der Lehrer 2x05 Wieder so ein fieser Vollmer-Trick". serienjunkies.de (in German). 2014. Retrieved 4 May 2021.
  5. ^ Keller, Harald (25 October 2014). "Ein Leben als Kriegsherr" [A Life as a Warlord]. Frankfurter Rundschau (in German). Frankfurt. Retrieved 4 May 2021.
  6. ^ "Porn Punk Poetry". kinofest-luenen.de (in German). 2014. Retrieved 4 May 2021.
  7. ^ Schmitt, Peter-Philipp (7 January 2021). "„Ich habe ständig das Gefühl, ich brauche Senf"". faz.net (in German). Retrieved 4 May 2021.
  8. ^ "Im ZDF-Zweiteiler„Walpurgisnacht" geht Silke Bodenbender auf Mördersuche". suedkurier.de (in German). 17 February 2019. Retrieved 4 May 2021.
  9. ^ Covington, Abigail (24 October 2020). "The Cast of Netflix's Barbarians Is a Who's Who of Awesome German Actors". esquire.com. Retrieved 4 May 2021.
  10. ^ "Das Erste 'Trautmann' (AT): Drehstart für Kinokoproduktion der ARD Degeto; Marcus H. Rosenmüller inszeniert Biopic über die Fußball-Legende mit David Kross und Freya Mavor in Nordirland". presseportal.de (in German). 8 June 2017. Retrieved 4 May 2021.

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