Robert Finster Biography, Cast of Freud Netflix Robert Finster Wiki
Robert Finster is a professional Austrian actor. He is best known for his work in; Kreig, The Way to Live and My Brother’s Keeper. Moreover, he has recently played in the Netflix series ‘Sigmund Freud’ in 2020.
Furthermore, he was a part of an ensemble at the ‘Schauspielhaus Graz’ in 2019.
Robert Finster Family, Early Life, Education
He was born on 10th March 1984 in Styria, Austria in the musicians’ family and since childhood, he was fond of musical instruments. While growing up, he started to learn violin and choral singing and also became a member of the musical and dancing group in Andritz. He tried to get admission for spectacle studies but was rejected thus he worked independently in the field of telecommunications. Robert finally enrolled under an acting school The Max Reinhardt Seminar in 2007 at Vienna and completed studies in 2011.
Robert Finster Age
He is 36 years old.
Robert Finster Career
His career started at theater festival called Reichenau and he was seen in 2011 in Miss Else and in 2012 in Stefan Zweig’s Impatience of the Heart. He commenced to perform at the theater and worked in several famous productions from 2011to 2015. During this span of time, he was included in various plays across all over the country and gained widespread fame as a theater actor. In 2014, he played the role of Pietschi Mordelt in the film Hüter my brother and also played Karl Hoeller in Vor der Morgenröte in 2016. Just recently he took on the title role of Sigmund Freud in Netflix and ORF collaboration “Freud” and getting lots of praise for his outstanding work as a neurologist.
Robert Finster Biography
|Real Name||Robert Finster|
|Birth Date||March 10, 1984|
|Birth Place||Bruck an der Mur, Austria|
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