Theo Trebs

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Theo Trebs
Theo Trebs July 2010.jpg
Theo Trebs July 2010
Born (1994-09-06) 6 September 1994 (age 23)
Berlin, Germany
Occupation Actor
Years active 2006–present

Theo Trebs (born 6 September 1994) is a German actor, best known for his feature film roles; as Ferdinand in the World War I period film, The White Ribbon (2009), and as Felix in the dramatic soccer film, Der ganz große Traum (The Ultimate Big Dream) (2011).


Theo Trebs lives in a family with five children. His mother, Dorothea Trebs, is a talent agent[1] and his siblings Enno Trebs, Lilli Trebs, Nele Trebs and Pepe Trebs[2] are also young German actors. Trebs previously played supporting roles in Lilly the Witch – The Dragon and the Magic Book (2008), Krupp – A German Family (2008), as Alfried Krupp (aged 10–13 years) and as Ferdinand in Michael Haneke's award-winning historical drama The White Ribbon (2009). In 2010 Trebs was seen in Rammbock and in the television crime series Inspektor Barbarotti – Mensch ohne Hund. In 2011, he appeared as Felix Hartung in the soccer-themed dramatic film, Der ganz große Traum (Lessons of a Dream),[3] which earned him a Young Artist Award nomination as "Best Leading Young Actor in an International Feature Film".[4]

In his spare time he is also very active in sports, especially as sailor in a youth class (29er).[5]


Film and television
Year Title Role Notes
2006 kleine Benimmschule 2, DieDie kleine Benimmschule 2 Florian Video
2008 Sara Boy#3 Short
2009 Krupp: Eine deutsche Familie Alfred Krupp age 10–13 ZDF TV mini-series
2009 Lilly the Witch: The Dragon and the Magic Book Andreas Film
2009 The White Ribbon Ferdinand Film
2010 Prinz und Bottel Boy ZDF TV mini-series
2010 Inspektor Barbarotti – Mensch ohne Hund Kristoffer Grundt TV Movie
2010 Rammbock Harper Film
2011 Der ganz große Traum (Lessons of a Dream)[3] Felix Hartung Film
2011 Stuttgart Homicide Noah Brock TV series
2012 Tatort: Der Wald steht schwarz und schweiget Baby TV series
2012 Tatort - Fette Hunde Constantin Brandt TV series (filming)


Year Award Category Work(s) Result Ref.
2011 New Faces Award Best newcomer Rammbock,[6] Der ganz große Traum[7] Won [8]
2012 Young Artist Award Best Young Actor in an International Feature Film Der ganz große Traum Nominated [4]


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