Dominic Hartmann

Dominic Hartmann was born in Switzerland in 1992 and grew up in Aargau. He completed his master's degree in acting at the Zurich University of the Arts. Dominic Hartmann is the winner of the Armin Ziegler Foundation sponsorship award. In the last academic year 2018/19 he was a member of the acting studio at Schauspielhaus Zürich.

He has appeared in the following productions, among others: Die Physiker directed by Herbert Fritsch, Yvonne, die Burgunderprinzessin by Barbara Frey, Versetzung by Clara Dobbertin and Die Verlobung in St. Domigo - Ein Widerspruch, directed by Sebastian Nübling.

From the 2019/20 season to the 2021/22 season, Dominic was a permanent ensemble member at the Maxim Gorki Theater.

He then appeared as a guest at Theater Basel in the play "Dämonen" by Boris Nikitin and Sebastian Nübling. Dominic Hartmann can currently also be seen at Theater Basel in the play "Kranke Hunde", written by Ariane Koch and directed by Sebastian Nübling.

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