Florian Lukas Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in East Berlin, East Germany
Height 5' 6¼" (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Florian Lukas was born on March 16, 1973 in East Berlin, East Germany. He is an actor and producer, known for Good Bye Lenin! (2003), The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) and The Weissensee Saga (2010).

Family (1)

Spouse Lukas, Nora (2020 - present)
Anna Justice (? - present)  (2 children)

Trivia (1)

Has two daughters, Fiona and Lucy.

Personal Quotes (6)

Of course I could ponder what it means that I always feel like wanting to leave again. And if, deep inside, I don't wish for the feeling of finally having come home, after all. But each time I have arrived somewhere, I feel like leaving for somewhere else after some time.
I can remember the P.E. classes during my school days well. When we were outside on the sports ground, I saw Pan Am planes in the sky. They were headed for countries I would never visit. I wanted to sit in one of these planes. To simply get out of here, without a particular destination. I still feel like doing that. I am lucky because I travel a lot due to my job. It only gets difficult if I don't know where I am upon waking up. Like a few years ago - back then I was commuting between Berlin, Hamburg and Munich because of various movie productions and theatrical performances. During this time I once dreamed that I was walking through the streets naked and completely disoriented. I felt incredibly alone and helpless. After waking up I immediately had to fold back the blanket to make sure I was wearing clothes.
Most of my dreams I forget quite soon even if they had been very realistic. By noon at the latest I won't be able to remember them. I also never obsessed over any ideas, but rather let things happen as they came. For some time I had been wondering what could be causing this. If, perhaps, it had anything to do with my GDR roots and the fixed world I grew up in and which then, suddenly, imploded and vanished. When the Wall fell, I was 16. And of course I had realized earlier that nothing they had been telling us was true. But that the whole country would vanish had, up to that point, been inconceivable. So, I learned early on that nothing is valid, nothing can be relied on and things may always turn out differently than imagined. I do not perceive this realization as a setback, but as a deep understanding.
As a child, I had trouble falling asleep. It became a real problem in kindergarten. Those who slept would receive a reward after waking up, the kindergarten teachers would put a bonbon next to their beds. Only I never received one because I would always lie down on my cot made of pressboard with my eyes open, waiting to finally have permission to get up. Awful. Nowadays, I still feel like I'm missing out on something when I'm asleep. If I don't have to get up early the next morning, I am like a six year old child: An incredibly long time will pass until I can get myself to go to bed. I hate having a lie-down. To me, it feels like dying. Yet I am not even particularly nocturnal. Actually, I've never been going out much. But I can sit around, drink, smoke and read for ages during evenings. I like it when my surroundings are quiet, the morning is dawning and I am still awake.
If I do the same thing on two days, it bores me.
I am always a bit doubtful. I don't have any life goals, no big dreams or wishes. I prefer letting myself get surprised by life. So far, I have been lucky.

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