DIE THEORIE VON ALLEM
German actor Jan Bülow, who lives in Vienna, was born in Berlin in 1996. He studied at the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts in Berlin, but left school early without graduating. Jan Bülow was hired by the Schauspielhaus Zurich and was a permanent ensemble member for the 2018/2019 season. His first role there was the title role in "Hamlet" by William Shakespeare, directed by artistic director Barbara Frey. For the following season, Bülow moved to the ensemble of Vienna's Burgtheater. Since 2012, he has also appeared on the big screen, including in RADIO HEIMAT (2016) by Matthias Kutschmann and ABGESCHNITTEN (2018) by Christian Alvart. In LINDENBERG! MACH DEIN DING by Hermine Huntgeburth about the young Udo Lindenberg, Bülow played the lead role, singing several songs himself. For this, 2020 was honored with the Bavarian Film Award for Best Young Actor, and the role also earned him a Lola nomination for Best Actor.
Films (selection): DIE THEORIE VON ALLEM (2023), LINDENBERG! MACH DEIN DING (2020), ABGESCHNITTEN (2018), RADIO HEIMAT (2016)