Lucas Gregorowicz

Lucas Gregorowicz (born 31 August 1976 in London) is a German-Polish actor.[1]

Lucas Gregorowicz at the NRW Kinoprogram prize (2016)

Life and workEdit

Gregorowicz was born in London and lived there for ten years before his family moved to Bochum, where he studied at the Schauspielschule Bochum from 1996 to 2000. From 1997 he had an engagement at the Schauspielhaus Bochum, and in 1999, he acted under the direction of Leander Haußmann in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing and in 2004, under the direction of Matthias Hartmann [de], "1979" by Christian Kracht. After a few appearances in television series like Die Motorrad-Cops – Hart am Limit [de], Die Wache and Adelheid und ihre Mörder, his cinematic debut was alongside Moritz Bleibtreu in Christian Züberts Lammbock. He also took on roles as Fatih Akins in Solino, as well as in Vivian Naefes So schnell du kannst [de] and Sönke Wortmanns The Miracle of Bern. In Cattolica by Rudolph Jula, Gregorowicz plays the hedonistic Stefan, whose life is suddenly changed by his encounter with a stranger.

He continues to act in TV productions, such as the ARD series Vier gegen Z as Jona from 2004 to 2006, and on the ZDF series Sterne über Madeira. In 2013, he played in Generation War as a partisan leader where he mainly spoke Polish. Since 2015, he has been the police chief Adam Raczek in Polizeiruf 110 for Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg.

He also is a musician and is a guitarist with the Bad Boy Boogiez [de].

He is married to the German film and theater actress Adina Vetter [de] and lives in Vienna. By 2016, they had planned to move to Berlin.

Theatre rolesEdit

TV showsEdit

  • 1997: Es geschah am hellichten Tag – Director: Nico Hofmann
  • 1999: Adelheid und ihre Mörder (TV series, episode Ein paar Volt zuviel)
  • 2000: Die Wache (TV series, episode Golden Delicious)
  • 2000: Die Motorrad-Cops – Hart am Limit [de] (TV series, episode Amok)
  • 2002: SK Kölsch (TV series, episode Gefallene Engel)
  • 2002: So schnell du kannst [de]
  • 2003: Verrückt ist auch normal
  • 2003: The Miracle of Bern
  • 2004: Sterne über Madeira
  • 2004: Stubbe – Von Fall zu Fall (TV series, Tödliches Schweigen)
  • 2004: Aus der Tiefe des Raumes
  • 2005–2007: Vier gegen Z (TV series, 40 episodes)
  • 2005: Gegen jedes Risiko
  • 2005: Utta Danella (TV series, Eine Liebe in Venedig)
  • 2005: Mutig in die neuen Zeiten – Im Reich der Reblaus
  • 2006: The Shell Seekers (TV miniseries)
  • 2006: Mutig in die neuen Zeiten – Nur keine Wellen
  • 2006: Teufelsbraten (TV series, 2 episodes)
  • 2006: Vater Undercover – Im Auftrag der Familie
  • 2007: Alma ermittelt – Tango und Tod
  • 2007: Notruf Hafenkante (TV series, Liebeswahn)
  • 2007: Lutter (TV series, Essen is fertig)
  • 2007: Lutter (TV series, Um jeden Preis)
  • 2007: Stolberg (TV series, Der Sonnenkönig)
  • 2007: Oh Tannenbaum
  • 2008: Wir sind das Volk – Liebe kennt keine Grenzen
  • 2009: Tatort – Schweinegeld
  • 2009: Kein Geist für alle Fälle
  • 2010: Liebe und andere Delikatessen
  • 2010: KDD – Kriminaldauerdienst (TV series, 2 episodes)
  • 2011: Nina sieht es ...!!!
  • 2011: The Promise (TV series, 4 episodes)
  • 2013: Generation War (TV series, 2 episodes)
  • 2014: Die Pilgerin (TV film, 2 episodes)
  • 2014: Schmidt – Chaos auf Rezept (TV series, 8 episodes)
  • 2014: Zorn – Tod und Regen
  • 2015–2016: Vorstadtweiber (TV series, 20 episodes)
  • 2015: Der Kriminalist (TV series, Treu bis in den Tod)
  • 2015: Polizeiruf 110 – Grenzgänger
  • 2016: Polizeiruf 110 – Der Preis der Freiheit
  • 2016: Stralsund (TV series, Schutzlos)
  • 2016: Stralsund (TV series, Vergeltung)
  • 2018: Der Pass (TV series)

MoviesEdit

AwardsEdit

  • 2003: DIVA – Deutscher Entertainment Preis

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

  • Lucas Gregorowicz at IMDb
  • Lucas Gregorowicz at filmportal.de
  • Lucas Gregorowicz at his agencys website
  • "Lucas Gregorowicz:Vita (Stand Ende 2011)". TheaterKontakte.de (in German). Retrieved 2015-05-14. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)