Jens Hartwig

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Jens Hartwig, 18. Jahre Verbotene Liebe Party, Düsseldorf
Jens Hartwig
Born (1980-04-16) April 16, 1980 (age 34)
Bonn, North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany
Website
http://www.jenshartwig.com

Jens Hartwig (born April 16, 1980) is a German actor.[1]

Jens completed successfully his education as in actor in the Center for Film and Television in Cologne. He appeared first in a secondary role as Georg Kramer in the feature film Eine indiskrete Reise (An indiscreet journey) in 2004.[2] In the following years, Hartwig was seen in guest appearances in the sitcom Mein Leben & Ich as Karl and in the soap opera Unter uns as Stefan Metzger.[3] In 2009, he was part of the ensemble of the sketch comedy Broken Comedy, produced by ProSieben as a web show.[4] Over the years, Jens Hartwig also followed the occupation as a stage actor and was seen in plays such as Inkheart, The Storm and The Process.[5] In August 2009, he took the contract role as Tristan von Lahnstein in the popular soap opera Verbotene Liebe (Forbidden Love). Jens appeared for the first time on-screen on October 23, 2009.[6]

Next to German, he speaks English and French.

Jens Hartwig currently lives in Cologne, where Verbotene Liebe is filmed.

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