Louis Hofmann Net Worth, Career, Personal And Early Life
Louis Hofmann was born at Bergisch Gladbach, Germany, on June 3rd, 1997, under the Gemini Zodiac sign. He is a 22-year-old young actor best known for playing Tom Sawyer in “Tom Sawyer,” Sebastian Schumann in “Land Of Mine,” and Jonas Kahnwald in “Dark.”
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Louis Hofmann grew up in Cologne, Germany, where his parents stayed with his older brother. His nationality is German, and he is of the White Caucasian race.
Louis Hofmann’s career began in 2006 when he joined the radio show “Die Ausflieger,” where he remained until 2009. Louis made his first T.V. appearance in the WDR Fernsehen evening magazine show “Servicezeit” around the same time, and he made his acting debut in the 2010 made-for-T.V drama film “Der verlorene Vater,” followed by his picture of Sascha Kleinert in the other made for television movie, “Tod in Istanbul,” in the same year. Following that, he appeared as Fabian Lüdtke in an episode of Sat.1’s legal comedy-drama “Danni Lowinski.”
Rise Of Fame
Louis Hofmann rose to prominence in 2011 after landing the role of Tom Sawyer in Hermine Huntgeburth’s German adaptation of Mark Twain’s 1876 novel “The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer.” It premiered in November 2011 and followed Tom’s growing up along with his friend Huckleberry Finn, played by Leon Seidel, and their adventures. “Barfuß Gehen,” a song from the film’s soundtrack, was also performed by Louis. In 2012, he won the New Faces Award in the Special Award category for his portrayal of Tom Sawyer. In 2012, he reprised his role in the sequel, “The Adventures of Huck Finn.” Louis has appeared as a guest star in T.V. shows such as “Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei,” “Wilberg,” and “Stolberg.”
In 2016, Louis performed with Brendan Gleeson and Emma Thompson in Vincent Pérez’s war drama “Alone In Berlin” and won the 2017 Askania Award for Shooting Star of the Year for his role. As Phil in Jakob M. Erwa’s coming-of-age romance drama “Centre Of My World.” He was cast as Dalton in the drama series “You Are Wanted” the following year, followed by his part as Jonas Kahnwald in the Netflix sci-fi thriller series “Dark” (2017-2019), for which he was nominated for a Goldene Kamera in 2018.
Following that, Louis was cast as Jonathan in the comedy “Lommbock” (2017), as a bank manager in Francis Lawrence’s American spy thriller “Red Sparrow” (2018), and as Teja Kremke in the British drama “The White Crow” (2018). In 2019, he played David in the drama “Prélude” and Klaas Jepsen in another drama film, “The German Lesson,” which he starred in. Louis also gave a voice-over for the 2019 animated comedy “Die Heinzels – Rückkehr der Heinzelmännchen” in the same year.
Many people believe Louis is gay in real life because he played a gay young man in “Center Of My World,” although there is no information about his sexuality. He is currently single and splits his time between Berlin, Germany, and Los Angeles, California. Louis enjoys listening to music and playing the piano in his spare time.
Louis Hofmann has a net worth of approximately $800,000, which he has amassed as a professional actor who has participated in 29 television and film productions. He’s also made money by working on a radio show and an evening magazine show.