Ralf Husmann

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Ralf Husmann
Born (1964-09-24) 24 September 1964 (age 52)
Dortmund, Germany
Occupation TV producer, Screenplay writer and author
Years active 1995 - present

Ralf Husmann (born 24 September 1964 in Dortmund) is a German TV producer, screenwriter and author. He is the creator of Stromberg, the German adaption of The Office.

Life and work[edit]

In the 1980s Ralf Husmann had a cabaret-Duo named Burghardt & Husmann with his partner Hubert Burghardt.[1] Since 1995 he is an employee of the German television production company Brainpool, where he is a headwriter and television producer. He is responsible for diverse comedy- and show-productions. Amongst other things Ralf Husmann wrote for Die Harald Schmidt Show, the comedy series Anke, the television series Berlin, Berlin and the television show Rent a Pocher. Furthermore he works as author for the comedy show RTL Samstag Nacht or the television magazine Stern TV. He also created the television series Dr. Psycho – Die Bösen, die Bullen, meine Frau und ich and had the main responsibility for it.[2][3]

Since 2004 Ralf Husmanns public profile rose rapidly because of his work as author for the author comedy series Stromberg.[4] He also appeared as associate Hans Schmelzer in a few episodes.[5] In 2007 he became assistant director of Brainpool.[6]

Furthermore Ralf Husman wrote two books. In June 2009 he released his novel Nicht mein Tag, which became a bestseller in Germany.[7] In September 2010 appeared his second novel Vorsicht vor Leuten, also in Germany.[8][9]

Filmography (Selection)[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • Anke (2000)
    • 2001: German Comedy Awards - Nomination for Best Comedy Series
  • Rent a Pocher (2003)
    • 2004: German Television Awards - Nomination for Best Comedy Program
    • 2005: German Comedy Awards - Winner of the German Comedy Award for Best Comedy Program
  • Stromberg (2004–2010)
    • 2005: German Television Awards - Nomination for Best Sitcom
    • 2006: German Television Awards - Nomination for Best Sitcom
    • 2006: Adolf Grimme Awards - Winner of the Adolf Grimme Award for Fiction/Entertainment - Series/Miniseries
    • 2007: German Television Awards - Winner of the German Television Award for Best Sitcom
    • 2007: German Television Awards - Winner of the German Television Award for Best Screenplay
  • Dr. Psycho – Die Bösen, die Bullen, meine Frau und ich (2007–2008)
    • 2007: Adolf Grimme Awards - Winner of the Adolf Grimme Award for Entertainment
    • 2007: German Television Awards - Winner of the German Television Award for Best Writing

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