Benjamin Baumgartner

Benjamin Baumgartner, performer, Wien
Benjamin Baumgartner, performer, Wien
Benjamin Baumgartner, performer, Wien
Benjamin Baumgartner, performer, Wien
Benjamin Baumgartner, performer, Wien
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Theater Engagements
year play part director theater
2016 - 2017 Die Rosenkönigin Ignaz Hammer Roland Tausendklang Romantik Theater
2015 - 2017 Stille Nacht Der Scherge Roland Tausendklang Romantik Theater
2015 - 2016 Calafati Franzl Roland Tausendklang Romantik Theater
2014 - 2016 Flatterhafte Herzen Karl Kowitzki Roland Tausendklang Romantik Theater

Further Projects
year project-type title occupation company external link
2018 Exhibition Senioren Messe St.Pölten Werbung+ Bühnenshow Romantik Theater  
2014 - 2017 Exhibition Senioren Messe Vital Plus Werbung und Mitglied de... Romantik Theater  

Basic details
self portrayal englishBenjamin Baumgartner was born in 1999 in Lower Austria and began his career as an actor at the age of 6 in the multimedia / film production "House of Dreams". In that Movie, which tells the ideas and the aspirations of the painter Friedensreich Hundertwasser, he portrays a sick child who grows up in a time where atomic crises and diseases are daily routine. This film, which also stars like Ottfried Fischer, Gerald Pichowetz, Chris Lohner, Helmut Seufert and Jenny Bell are represented, was offered to the audience in the Hundertwasser Valley in Vienna in a specially designed multimedia hall. In the following year (2006) he take part in a theatre production, "The art of living with your body". To expand his range of abilities for theater and movie productions he regularly takes riding lessons since 2008. He also took lessons in Tae-kwon-do where he has been very successful for a long time. In the following years, he occurred in various private and school productions. In 2014, he got a long-term commitment as a member of the "International Art Team" at the Romantik Theater.

2014: he played a lieutenant of the Austrian KuK Army in the operetta "Flatterhafte Herzen", named Karl Kowitzky. Since this year, he permanently represent his role as Kowitzky at the presentation of the Romantik Theater at the annually recurring “VitalPlus” exhibition on the ORF stage in Vienna. The Romantic Theatre is next to Peter Rapp, Claudia Dallinger and Jazz Gitti the main attraction. 2015: In addition to his role as lieutenant he played in the new hit production "Calafati" the role of the Franzl. This operetta is about the life of the Prater founder Basilio Calafati. The role of "Franzl" depicts a young employee of "Calafati" who had to do any unwanted work.

In the summer of 2015, he joined with the Romantic Theater the event "Cellercat". At the event the theatre had shown parts of the two comedies, "Flatterhafte Herzen" and "Calafati". In December 2015 you could see him, in addition to the comedies, the first time in an evil and sinister role. In the Christmas play "Silent Night", he embodies a mercenary of the salt baron who lived in 1818. That mercenary has the task of collecting money and people for the mines. The play deals with the composition of the well-known Christmas carol “Silent Night”.

2016: Here you can see him in over 35 performances as the court bailiff Ignaz Hammer in the operetta “The Rosequeen” (German: “Die Rosenkönigin”). Ignaz is a weird bailiff who dreams of past times as a famous waiter.

July: Hollywood movie production: “My Jurassic Place”

2017: Operetta “The Rosequeen”

The role as "Harry" in the TV-Show "Zett"

December: Play "Silent Night"
height183 cm - 6' 0'' ft/in 
body typefull figure/heavyset 
skin type White Central European
hair colourbrown 
hair lengthmedium 
eye colourbrown 
nationality Austrian
languages German (mother tongue)
Austrian (native)
singing Operette (basic knowledge)
instruments bass guitar (basic knowledge)
skills (sports) taek won do
immediate working area Vienna
1st residence Lower Austria
other possibilities of accommodation Vienna