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Louis Hofmann is a german actor. He was born on 03. June 1997 in Mönchengladbach, Nordrhein-Westfalens, Germany. He was born in Mönchengladbach, Nordrhein-Westfalens, Germany on 03. June 1997. Hofmann has no children.

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Born in Mönchengladbach, Louis Hofmann played soccer for VFL Sürth in his childhood. He grew up in Cologne with his parents and his older brother, who is active as a musician. He gained his first experience in front of the camera from 2006 to 2008 in the Servicezeit of the WDR. There he tested leisure activities as an "excursionist" in the broadcasting section Family. This is how the desire to become an actor arose and he applied to the Schwarz agency.

In 2009 Louis Hofmann took part in the shooting of the series Danni Lowinski. In the year 2010 he played as a child lead the film son of Edgar Selge in Der verlorene Father as well as of Heino Ferch in Tod in Istanbul. After roles in Wilsberg and Alarm for Cobra 11, he played the title role in Tom Sawyer in 2011, for which he was awarded the New Faces Award Special Prize in 2012. Together with Leon Seidel, who played the role of Huck Finn, he was also involved in the soundtrack of the film as the singer of the song Going Barefoot. The shooting of the sequel The Adventures of Huck Finn in summer 2011 was the third collaboration for Louis Hofmann with director Hermine Huntgeburth. At the same time, he was cast for Vanessa Jopp's tragicomedy Der fast perfekte Mann as the nephew of Ulf, played by Benno Formann. In the TV series Kommissar Stolberg he played the episode lead in the episode Der verlorene Sohn in 2012.

In 2014, Hofmann took on the role of Werner Krollmann in the film Das Zeugenhaus based on the book of the same name by Christiane Kohl. In Freistatt Hofmann embodied in 2015 in the Main role the rebellious Wolfgang, who is deported to a Forsorgeheim. For his performance, he received the Bavarian Film Award in the category Best Young Actor and the Young Actor Award of the German Actor Award. Louis Hofmann gained his first international experience while shooting the Danish-German co-production Under the Sand - The Promise of Freedom by director Martin Zandvliet, also released in 2015. He also won several film awards for this role. In the 2016 film adaptation of Andreas Steinhöfel's bestseller Die Mitte der Welt he took on the main role Phil.

After graduating from high school, Hofmann moved to Berlin, where he now lives with a friend in a shared apartment in Prenzlauer Berg.

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