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Andreas Pietschmann is a german actress. She was born in Würzburg, Bayern, Germany on 22. March 1969. Pietschmann has no children.


In his youth and as a young adult, Andreas Pietschmann played soccer as a striker for the then third-division team Würzburger Kickers and was considered a great talent; he also did military service with the German armed forces. During this time he also played theater for the first time. He played one of the classmates of the "Pfeiffer with three Fs" in the successful production "Die Feuerzangenbowle" of the Würzburger Theatres Chambinzky. After a serious car accident, Pietschmann decided to become an actor.

Andreas Pietschmann attended the Westphalian Acting School in Bochum from 1993 to 1996, followed by a four-year engagement at the Schauspielhaus Bochum. Andreas Pietschmann then moved to Hamburg's Thalia Theatre for the 2000/2001 season, which he left in 2007 to devote more time to film and television.

In addition to his work at the theater, Pietschmann also took on a number of roles in films and on television. He has also participated in numerous radio productions.

He is also an audio book narrator, for example The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón, The Law of Dreams, Ich hab dich im Gefühl and Das kurze wundersame Life des Oscar Wao.

Pietschmann's role in the Sat.1 action series GSG 9 - Ihr Einsatz ist ihr Life became well-known. There he played the urbane Konstantin "Konny" von Brendorp, who comes from a noble family.

Since then he has played theater roles at the Maxim Gorki Theatre in Berlin, among others, as well as guest roles in various TV series.

He lives with actress Jasmin Tabatabai in Berlin and has a daughter with her, who was born in July 2009, and a son, born on August 13, 2013.[1]



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Audio Plays[]

  • 2003: Andreas Eschbach: Eine Billion Dollar; Director: Leonard Koppelmann (SWR)
  • 2013: Holger Siemann: Mord am Hindukusch; Director: Annette Kurth (WDR)
  • 2014: Jewgeni Samjatin und Ben Neumann: Wir; Director: Christoph Kalkowski (SWR)