Frederik von Lüttichau was born on the 3. April 1988 in Augsburg, Germany.
After his parents’ divorce at the age of seven, he moved to the countryside of the north of Germany with his mother and brother. He took up horse riding and every time he visited his father at his grandparents’ house, he and his brother would go hunting boars. Frederik went to Ireland at the age of 17 to finish his education at the Franciscan College Gormanston where he also played in a Rock band.
Inspired to become a professional actor, he attended The Kogan Academy of Dramatic Arts in London (based on Stanislavski), where the Russian work ethic of Sam Kogan and the unwavering commitment and belief of his Tutors of ‘The Science of Acting’ gave Frederik a profound understanding of the subconscious.
After several short films he landed the lead role in the feature film HUSET by famous norwegian horror director Reinert Kiil, which premiered at Tromsø International Film Festival, Screamfest LA & San Sebastian Film Festival and was in cinema all over Norway.
Spring 2016 Frederik played in the new theatre performance WIR HUNDE/US DOGS from the famous SIGNA collective http://signa.dk which was performed at the Wiener Festwochen and received outstanding reviews in the papers and won the Nestroy Special Award 2016. Here some reviews: Wiener Zeitung | Bild | Die Presse
Currently Frederik is rehearsing in Mannheim for the next SIGNA show which will be shown during the Schillertage.
Frederik lives in Berlin.
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