March 25, 2000 |
San Jose, California, United States
Christian Traeumer (born March 25, 2000 in San Jose, California, United States) is an American actor. Beginning his professional acting career at the age of five, Traeumer is a Young Artist Award Best Leading Young Actor nominee for his role in the 2012 feature film The Child.
Christian Antonio Traeumer was born March 25, 2000 in San Jose California. 2004 he relocated to Los Angeles, Ca. In 2005 he booked his first commercial for a regional advertisement.
At the age of nine he was cast for a short film called “Redemption”. Christian also has worked on shows such as “Your Kid ate What?” a real life reenactment show where he guest starred as Andrew Rivera. Dad Camp  where he starred as himself as a nine-year-old boy who was raised without a Dad, showing the effects of being the product of a "single parent” and “Kidnap & Rescue” where he was the lead “Miko”. At the age of ten he landed his first feature film role in the adaptation of the best selling novel by Rudolfo Anaya “Bless Me, Ultima” where he played “Bones” to be released in 2011.[needs update]
Less than six months later he was boarding a plane to Berlin, Germany to play the lead role of “Simon Sachs” a terminally ill brain tumor patient who believes he is a serial killer in a past life in the adaptation of the best selling novel “Das Kind” (The Child) written by Sebastian Fitzek with a release date of October 2012 . Christian starred with Eric Roberts, Sunny Mabrey, Ben Becker and Peter Greene.
Christian has studied at the conservatory of fine arts at Cal State University Los Angeles, and soon the Performing arts Magnet at Miliken school in Sherman Oaks, CA.
|2009||Redemption (short)||Tommy Reyes|
|2010||Walter (short)||Young Walter|
|2010||It Can Be Arranged||Blake|
|2010||The Activist (short)||son age 7|
|2010||You Kid Ate What? (TV Series)||Andrew Rivera||Episode "Parents' Worst Nightmare"|
|2010||Dad Camp (TV Series)||himself|
|2011||Kidnap & Rescue||Miko||2 episodes|
|2011||Bless Me, Ultima||Bones|
|2011||Bolero||Thomas||Won - Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Short Film - Young Actor 11 and 12|
|2012||Das Kind (The Child)||Simon Sachs||Nominated - Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actor|