|Born||in Reutlingen, Germany|
Mini Bio (1)
Dominik Kuhn, a native South German, started out as a producer in the live event business and as a touring sound engineer in 1987 before in the mid-nineties he made the conversion to moving image producer and eventually to writer-director. Until the end of 2009, as a creative strategist he wrote and directed advertisement and image films for Europe's big agencies and brands, as well as for the European branch for Hollywood industry. His specialty in advertising film are uncommon visual worlds and tongue-in-cheek boards, which made him to one of the most sought after specialists for viral campaigns in Germany. Since 2009, he is creator, writer, producer and voice actor of his own TV show "Die Welt auf Schwaebisch" on German national broadcaster SWR Fernsehen. The show is based on the principle of dubbing over movie snippets, news and other footage in broad native south German accent and with funny new, sometimes bizarre meaning, which he became famous for with more than 50 clips he did on YouTube, based on the same principle. His Star Wars spoof "Virales Marketing im Todesstern Stuttgart" ("Viral Marketing at Death Star Stuttgart") has scored to date more than six million clicks on various Internet video platforms, and has become mandatory viewing for marketing people in the German-speaking part of the world. The pilot of Dominik Kuhn's TV format brought many viewers from the Internet back in front of their TV sets, and is on air since 2009.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Matthias Achmann