Maximilian Brückner

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Maximilian Brückner
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Born (1979-01-10) 10 January 1979 (age 38)
Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Maximilian Brückner (born 10 January 1979) is a German actor.[1] He has won numerous awards including the Deutscher Kritikerpreis in 2006 and received a European Shooting Stars Award in 2007.

He has made numerous stage appearances in the theatre including at Münchner Volkstheater since 2002 with Die Räuber (Karl Moor), Der Räuber Kneißl (Mathias Kneißl), Der Brandner Kaspar und das ewig' Leben (Boandlkramer), and Peer Gynt (Peer), all directed by Christian Stückl. He made his directorial debut, also at the Münchner Volkstheater, in 2012 with Ludwig Thoma's play Magdalena with his brother Florian Brückner in the lead.

Politically he is a supporter of the Christian Social Union of Bavaria.



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