Albert Bozesan


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Albert Bozesan is a German-American actor, producer, and writer born in Munich, Germany. He grew up in California. Albert plays the role of "Adrian" in "JOUR FIXE - Die Startupper", an audio sitcom starring YouTuber Marti Fischer, which he wrote with Robert Sladeczek and Tommy Krappweis. He also writes and hosts the weekly news satire show "News ... See full bio »

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 2020 Smyle News der Woche (TV Series) (producer)
 2019 Open For Questions (Short) (executive producer)
 2017 Jack & Cooper: Identity Theft (Short) (executive producer)
 2017 Der Verbotene Ball (Short) (producer)
 2016 Das Musikalische Opfer (Short) (producer)
 2016 APAYOU: Experience the Future (Short) (producer)
 2015/II Uniform (Short) (associate producer)
 2015 DriveNow ist jetzt ab 21 Jahren: Wieso? (Short) (executive producer)
 2015 Krass, die 90er! (Short) (producer)
 2015 Mister Baker (Short) (producer)
 2015 Le Club d'Orange (Short) (producer)
 2015 coffee. (Short) (producer)
 2013 FotoSchnitzel (TV Series) (producer)
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His first appearance in the news was in an article by the Los Angeles Times in 2003, with a photo of him performing a Hawaiian dance while attending a summer camp of the Chopra Foundation at age 6. See more »

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