Pablo Konrad, born in Santa Cruz de la Palma in 1991, is a German actor. He studied acting at the Hamburg University of Music and Theatre until 2015 after an eleven-year stint at the Burgtheater in Vienna. There he also appeared as a guest at the Schauspielhaus in Katie Mitchell's production Alles Weitere kennen Sie aus dem Kino and in Shakespeare's Sturm directed by Maja Kleczewska. Since then he has been working as a freelance actor and has been living in Cologne since the end of 2016, where he was seen in Kathrin Mayr's production of Bulgakov's Das hündische Herz at the Theater im Bauturm. He also performed the monologue Das Hirn ist ein Taubenschlag by Dita Zipfel and Finn-Ole Heinrich at the Monsun Theater Hamburg, which won the Theatre Prize Hamburg - Rolf Mares in 2019. In 2020 Pablo Konrad appeared at the Theater im Bauturm in Der Revisor by Nikolai Gogol, directed by Sebastian Kreyer.

Pablo Konrad has also appeared in several film and television roles. He can be seen, among others, in the 3rd season of the TV series Die Kirche bleibt im Dorf, in the 5th season of the ZDF crime series Ein Fall für zwei, in some episodes of the TV series Alles was zählt, as well as in the TV series Der letzte Wille and Sturm der Liebe.

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