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Theo Trebs

Theo Trebs (born 6 September 1994) is a German actor, best known for his feature film roles; as Ferdinand in the WWI period film, The White Ribbon (2009), and as Felix in the dramatic soccer film, Der ganz große Traum (The Ultimate Big Dream) (2011). Theo Trebs lives in a family with five children. His mother, Dorothea Trebs, is a talent agent and his siblings Enno Trebs, Lilli Trebs, Nele Trebs and Pepe Trebs are also young German actors. Trebs previously played supporting roles in Lilly the Witch – The Dragon and the Magic Book (2008), Krupp – A German Family (2008), as Alfried Krupp (aged 10–13 years) and as Ferdinand in Michael Haneke's award-winning historical drama The White Ribbon (2009). In 2010 Trebs was seen in Rammbock and in the television crime series Inspektor Barbarotti – Mensch ohne Hund. In 2011, he appeared as Felix Hartung in the soccer-themed dramatic film, Der ganz große Traum (The Ultimate Big Dream), which earned him a Young Artist Award nomination as "Best Leading Young Actor in an International Feature Film". In his spare time he is also very active in sports, especially as sailor in a youth class (29er).


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