Marc Rissmann, also known as Marc Rißmann, (born 1980) is a German actor. He is set to feature in the eighth season of Game of Thrones as Harry Strickland the commander of the Golden Company.
Early life and career
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Marc Rissmann first studied Sports science. He graduated from October 2005 to October 2009, an acting education at the College of Dramatic Arts "Ernst Busch" Berlin, which he completed with the acting diploma. Already during his training he played at the Deutsches Theater Berlin the Deputy Philippeau in Danton's death. In 2009 he had a guest engagement on Staatsschauspiel Dresden; there, under the direction of Kay Voges, he played the Lysander in Shakespeare's comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream. From 2009 to 2011 he was a permanent member of the ensemble Theater Magdeburg engaged. Since 2011 he has worked as a freelance actor. He has since played in several film and television roles.
|2012||Marie Brand und das Lied von Tod und Liebe||Michael Fleck|
|2012||Tod einer Polizistin||Oli|
|2019||Game of Thrones||Harry Strickland|
|2017||Riviera||Klaus Schneider||2 episodes|
|2017||Into the Badlands||Nos||1 episode|
|2017||The Last Kingdom||Tekil||4 episodes|
|2017||SOKO Stuttgart||Mark Schildt / Andi Springer||2 episodes|
- Marc Rissmann Profile and CV at Schauspielervideos.de. Accessed on January 6, 2018
- Marc Rißmann. Agency profile at the agency Windhuis Cologne. Accessed on January 6, 2018
- Stolworthy, Jacob (October 18, 2017). "Game of Thrones season 8 casting announcement debunks fan theory". The Independent. Retrieved November 7, 2017.
- "Actor Marc Rissmann joins the cast of Game of Thrones season 8 as a book character". winteriscoming.net. Retrieved January 6, 2018.
- "Game of Thrones": Söldnerführer für Staffel acht gefunden?. Wunschliste.de from 18. October 2017. Accessed on 10 January 2018.
- Marc Rissmann: Berliner Schauspieler soll Rolle in „Game of Thrones“ übernehmen. Berliner Zeitung, 19 October 2017. Accessed on 10 January 2018.