Charly Hübner is an apparition: 1.92 meters tall, weighs more than 100 kilos, sometimes unshaven, tousled hair. A real guy and one of the most successful German actors.
Charly Hübner grew up in the GDR in the district of Neustrelitz on the Feldberger Seenplatte in a tranquil and rural environment. His parents run an inn, his father is deputy mayor and also worked as an informal employee for the Stasi, as Charly Hübner found out many years after the fall of the Wall.
Charly Hübner can be seen today, among other things, in his first and last “Polizeiruf 110”.
Charly Hübner got into acting through a friend. His breakthrough in front of the camera came with the role of the Stasi sergeant in the Oscar-winning film The Lives of Others. Hübner distinguished himself in countless roles over the years, played sketches with Anke Engelke in “Ladykracher” and received numerous prizes, including the Grimme Prize for the television film “Bornholmer Straße”. Hübner has also been a member of the ensemble at the Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg since the beginning of 2014 and has recently also become a book author.
He often embodies enraptured and theatrical figures on stage, directs and also shoots numerous TV and cinema films. For twelve years, from 2010 to January of this year, Hübner shone as commissioner Sascha Bukow in “Polizeiruf 110” on the NDR from Rostock. For the actor’s 50th birthday on December 4th, NDR television is now dedicating a theme evening to him. The portrait “Charly Hübner – with full power and passion” as well as his first and his last “Polizeiruf 110” from Rostock (“One of us” and “None of us”) will be shown.
The evening at a glance:
8.15 p.m .: “Police call 110: One of us”. The first case with Alexander Bukow (Charly Hübner) and Anneke Kim Sarnau (Katrin König) from 2010, written and directed by Eoin Moore.
9:45 p.m.: “Charly Hübner – with full power and passion”
10:45 p.m.: “Police call 110: None of us”. Last case with commissioner Alexander Bukow (2021). Book: Anika Wangard and Eoin Moore; Directed by Eoin Moore
With material of NDR.
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