Werner Brix

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Werner Brix (2014)

Werner Brix (born 1964) is an Austrian cabaret artist and actor.

Life[edit]

Since 2008 he is the initiator and organizer of the annual benefit evening[citation needed] in favor of development aid clubs and Chairman of the Otto Tausig fund[1] "Artists Development Aid", along with Lilly Tausig, Paul Gulda and Erwin Steinhauer.[2]

In 2011 he was a co-founder of Facebook group Amici delle SVA,[citation needed] which in 2017 in association with ARGE1[3] established a legal entity for micro-enterprises.

Cabaret[edit]

  • 1995: Lurch, solo cabaret
  • 1998: Stick in iron, solo cabaret
  • 1998: Vitasek, Puntigam and Brix
  • 2000: Brix meets Jesus u. a., Solo cabaret
  • 2001-2002: The Long Night of Cabaret with Leo Lukas, Ludwig Müller, Olivier Lendl, I Stangl, *Mike Supancic, Doris Kofler and Severin Groebner
  • 2001: Solo best of BrixMix
  • 2003: At full throttle for burnout, or Brix alone in Megaplexx, solo cabaret
  • 2005: fuckin 'austrian lesetheater – We read everything, with Gregor Seberg
  • 2006: Under duress, solo cabaret
  • 2007: The readers come, with Gregor Seberg
  • 2009: The eroticism of power, also known as Megaplexx 2 – The best positions, solo cabaret
  • 2011: 40plus – About Men in the Best Years, Solo Cabaret
  • 2014: LUST – Let's live!, Solo cabaret
  • 2016: Zuckerl, solo cabaret

Actor[edit]

Theater[edit]

Among others: "The Incorrigible", "Treasure Island", "Dracula", "Robin Hat", "Toni & Tina's Wedding", "Loyalty or The Wedding Day", "Almost Vicious", "Just a Day", "Children of Vienna".

Film roles[edit]

  • 1997: Heroes in Tyrol , directed by Niki List
  • 1997: The Polifinario, Book + Director: Peter Evers, Viennale: Nomination Price New Cinema 1998
  • 2004: Silentium (with inter alia Josef Hader ) (Director: Wolfgang Murnberger )
  • 2006: Jump!: (with Patrick Swayze ) Pius Believer, book + director: Joshua Sinclair
  • 2011: The last guest: Peter, leading role, two-person short film with Simon Schwarz
  • 2013: The Werkstürmer, Director: Andreas Schmied, Novotny
  • 2014: Landkrimi – The Woman with a Shoe, Director: Michael Glawogger, Lotus Film

TV[edit]

  • 1996: Commissioner Rex – Death Race
  • 1997: Stockinger – Silent Water
  • 1998: The Beloved and the Priest
  • 1999: The Century Revue , directed by Harald Sicheritz
  • 2000: Schloss Orth – Herzflimmern
  • 2002: Trautmann – Who is sensitive, remains
  • 2004: Trautmann – Everything the same
  • 2005: Four women and one death – wear off warm
  • 2006: Crime Scene – Deadly Trust
  • 2010: Slicer (2 pieces)
  • 2010: The winegrower king – The candidate
  • 2011-2013: Schlawiner (4 episodes)
  • 2012: SOKO Danube – Late area
  • 2013: Hyundai Cabaret Days
  • 2014: SOKO Kitzbühel – Lazy eggs
  • 2015: Tatort – code name Kidon
  • 2015: Small big voice
  • 2018: Traces of Evil – Rage

Awards[edit]

  • 2002: Stuttgart broom
  • 2003: Award for the KARL (Cabaret Award)
  • 2003: Executioner's ax
  • 2005: Salzburg Bull
  • 2017: Reinheim satirical lion, jury prize
  • 2018: Dresden Satire Prize [4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Otto Tausig Fonds". Entwicklungshilfeklub.at (in German). 2016-08-08. Retrieved 2019-01-16.
  2. ^ "Initiative Entwicklungshilfe der Künstler". Entwicklungshilfeklub.at (in German). 2016-08-08. Retrieved 2019-01-16.
  3. ^ "Startseite". Arge1.at (in German). Retrieved 2019-01-16.
  4. ^ "Dresdner Satire-Preis 2018". Kabarett-breschke-schuch.de. Retrieved 16 March 2019.

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