Anna Schumacher | | Felix Mayr | Hildegard Schroedter | Lenn Kudrjawizki

Bafta Television Awards 2021: Nominations

Thursday, April 29, 2021

We congratulate the following Bafta Television Awards nominations 2021. The Awards will be announced on 6 June.

»The Windermere Children« (with Anna Schumacher and Philipp Christopher)
nominated for “Single Drama″ Award

»Unorthodox« (with Felix Mayr, Hildegard Schroedter and Lenn Kudrjawizki)
nominated for the category “International”.


▪ UNORTHODOX Anna Winger, Alexa Karolinski, Maria Schrader – Studio Airlift, RealFilm/Netflix

▪ THE WINDERMERE CHILDREN Eleanor Greene, Leanne Klein, Tim Rostock, Simon Block, Michael Samuels, Alison Sterling – Wall to Wall Media, Warner Bros. ITVP Germany/BBC Two

Anna Schumacher

Anna Schumacher was born in Bucharest in 1980 and moved to Munich at an early age. After studying acting at the Hochschule für Musik and Theater in Rostock, she joined the ensemble at Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater Schwerin and Kammerspiele Landshut. At the same time she started working in both cinema and TV. She had her breakthrough as German-Romanian detective in the series HACKERVILLE.

Felix Mayr

Felix Mayr was born in 1995 in Zurich, Switzerland.
In 2014 he moved to Hamburg to take acting classes and reconnect with a long lost passion of his. Only a few months later he got accepted at the renowned academy of dramatic arts HfS Ernst Busch in Berlin.
Already during his studies he worked in multiple theatre- (Volksbühne Berlin, Ballhaus Ost, etc) and film productions.
After his graduation he did another piece at the Volksbühne Berlin (1.Evangelium by Kay Voges) and got the chance to make his international debut in the Emmy awarded mini-series »Unorthodox« on Netflix.
Shortly after that he decided to pack his backpack, money and all the courage he had to make an eleven month long trip around the world.
Full of new life he returned to Berlin in 2020 and was able to follow his career with new projects, such as »Kitz« (Netflix) by Lea Becker and Maurice Hübner, »Druck« on ZDF (lead) by Patrick Winczewski, »Sirens« by Sven Gutjahr, where he played the lead character Ben and many more.

Lenn Kudrjawizki

Lenn Kudryavitsky grew up in East Berlin, where his father had a job as a scientist and his mother worked as an interpreter. He discovered playing the violin. At the age of 6, he was already on stage with the Leningrad State Ballet. Lenn attended an artistic grammar school where he was taught acting, singing and violin. He eventually studied violin in Dresden. As a teenager, Lenn made his television debut in 1994 in the role of Vladimir in the film “Katrin and Vladimir. Since then, Lenn has been part of over 50 TV and cinema productions, such as the Oscar-winning film “The Counterfeiters”, Kenneth Branagh’s “Jack Ryan – Shadow Recruit” and in the latest season of “Babylon Berlin”.
In addition, he founded the world’s first Co2-reduced orchestra, The Berlin Show Orchestra, with his company Legrain Productions. His children’s aid initiative Antritt mit Herz takes place under the umbrella of UNICEF. His book “Family Ties” is on the Spiegel bestseller lists for weeks in 2023.

Lenn will next be seen in the feature film “Rastlos” and in a new US series.