Stermann & Grissemann

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Stermann & Grissemann
ROMY 2012 30 Dirk Stermann und Christoph Grissemann.jpg
Grissemann & Stermann at ROMY, 2012
Born Dirk Stermann
(1965-12-07) 7 December 1965 (age 48)
Duisburg, Germany
Christoph Grissemann
(1966-05-17) 17 May 1966 (age 48)
Innsbruck, Austria
Medium Radio, television presenters, comedians, entertainers
Years active 1988–present

Stermann & Grissemann are an Austrian/German comedy duo comprising Dirk Stermann and Christoph Grissemann.

Background[edit]

Dirk Stermann[edit]

Dirk Stermann at ROMY in 2009

Dirk Stermann (born 7 December 1965 in Duisburg) hails from Germany and is a German radio and television presenter and author. Stermann graduated from the University of Düsseldorf where he studied History and Theatre studies. In 1987 he moved to Austria and started working for the broadcaster Österreichischer Rundfunk in 1988.

Christoph Grissemann[edit]

Christoph Grissemann (born 17 May 1966 in Innsbruck) is an Austrian comedian, radio and television presenter. Grissemann is the second and youngest son of Austrian radio and television presenter Ernst Grissemann. Grissemann studied German and literature in the spa town of Baden bei Wien. He took part in the Alternative civilian service. Following his father, Grisseman joined the broadcaster Österreichischer Rundfunk.

Joining forces[edit]

Stermann and Grissemann met back in 1988 when they were working for ORF. In 1989 they joined Salon Helga on Hitradio Ö3 which they hosted until 1997. Thereafter they moved to the radio station FM4 and began hosting various shows such as Suite 16 and Blech oder Blume. Between 1995 and 2002 they provided the FM4 radio commentary for the Eurovision Song Contest. Between 1998 and 2011 they were regular radio hosts for the regional German radio station Radio Eins.

Television presenting[edit]

In 2002 Stermann & Grissemann attempted to represent Austria at the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Das schönste Ding der Welt, but they failed to get past the first round. Also in 2002 they hosted the 2002 Edition of Salzburger Stier. In 2005 they hosted the late night show for ORF1 Dorfers Donnerstalk. Two years later they also began hosting the late night talk show Willkommen Österreich. Since May 2008 they have hosted the comedy show Im Anschluss: Neues aus Waldheim on Sky Deutschland. After 10 years Stermann & Grissemann returned to the commentary box for the Eurovision Song Contest where they provided the second layer of commentary for the 2012 Contest as well as the FM4 radio commentary.

Work[edit]

TV programmes[edit]

  • 1999: Das Ende zweier Entertainer – Ein Scheißabend für alle Beteiligten
  • 2000: Die Karawane des Grauens
  • 2002: Willkommen in der Ohrfeigenanstalt
  • 2005: Harte Hasen
  • 2007: Die Deutsche Kochschau
  • 2011: Stermann

Theater[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Als wir noch nicht von Funk und Fernsehen kaputtgemacht geworden sind? edition selene, Wien 1998, ISBN 3-852-66089-0
  • Immer nie am Meer. edition selene, Wien 1999, ISBN 3-852-66115-3
  • Willkommen in der Ohrfeigenanstalt. Hoanzl, Wien 2002, ISBN 3-902-30901-6
  • be afraid honey, it's ... fm4. Die geheimen Anstalts-Tagebücher. edition selene, Wien 2004, ISBN 3-852-66256-7
  • be afraid honey, it’s... fm4. Die geheimen Anstalts-Tagebücher von Stermann und Grissemann. Letzte Folge. edition selene, Wien 2005, ISBN 3-85266-271-0
  • Debilenmilch. Tropen Verlag, Berlin 2007, ISBN 3-932170-55-5
  • Speichelfäden in der Buttermilch: Gesammelte Werke I, Tropen Bei Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart 2011, ISBN 978-3-608-50404-0

CDs[edit]

  • Salon Helga – von hinten
  • Das Ende Zweier Entertainer – Ein Scheißabend für alle Beteiligten
  • Du auch
  • Die Karawane des Grauens
  • Sprechen Sie Österreichisch? (Als Sprecher)
  • 2002: Die Schönste CD der Welt
  • Willkommen in der Ohrfeigenanstalt
  • Leck Mich im Arsch – Bäsle Briefe

DVDs[edit]

  • Harte Hasen
  • Immer nie am Meer
  • Wollt Ihr das totale Sieb!?
  • Guten Morgen

External links[edit]

 
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