Martin Wuttke, born 1962 in Gelsenkirchen, is a film and stage actor. He studied acting at the Bochum Drama School. His career has taken him to theatres in Berlin, Vienna, Hamburg and Stuttgart, where he has performed (and may still be seen in) such productions as “Der aufhaltsame Aufstieg des Arturo Ui”, “Von einem der auszog, weil er sich die Miete nicht mehr leisten konnte”, “Rocco Darsow”, “Judith” and “Dark Star”. For his role in “John Gabriel Borkmann”, under the direction of Simon Stone, he was awarded the Nestroy Prize for Best Male Actor in 2015. Wuttke has also performed in such national and international film productions as “No Place to Go”, Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglorious Basterds” (2009), “Cloud Atlas”, directed by Tom Tykwer, Anton Corbijn’s “A most wanted man” (2012) and “Radegund” (Terrence Malick, 2017).