Lenn Kudrjawizki

»Vikings – Series 6« on Amazon Prime

Lenn Kudrjawizki

»Vikings – Series 6« on Amazon Prime

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Lenn Kudrjawizki can be seen in »Vikings – Series 6«. The entire 2nd part of season 6 will be available on Amazon Prime from 30 December 2020.

Creator: Michael Hirst
Director: diverse
Casting Directors:  Frank Moiselle, Nuala Moiselle
Production: World 2000 Entertainment, Take 5 Productions, Shaw Media, MGM Television
Broadcaster: The History Channel, Amazon Prime Video

Link to trailer here.

Photo: © Vikings / World 2000 Entertainment


Lenn Kudrjawizki

Lenn Kudrjawizki grew up in East Berlin, where his father had a job as a scientist and his mother worked as an interpreter. He discovered the violin and at the age 6 years old he performed on stage at the Leningrad State Ballet. Lenn attended a grammar school where he received acting, singing and violin lessons. In Dresden he studied violin. As a teenager Lenn made his television debut in 1994 in the role of Vladimir in the film KATRIN AND WLADIMIR. Since then, Lenn has been part of over 50 TV and movie productions, such as: JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT by Kenneth Branagh, the Oscar-winning film THE COUNTERFEITERS (Stefan Ruzowitzky) and in POPE JOAN, directed by Sönke Wortmann. Since 2016 Lenn has played the main role of commissioner in ARD television series KROATIEN KRIMI. He also plays a role in the sixth season hit series VIKINGS which is due to air in 2019.
In 2007, Lenn made his directorial debut with the short film TODAY IS MY DAY. His second work as a director and author was THANK YOU MR. PRESIDENT (2009), which was very successfully represented at various international festivals and for which he received the prestigious Murnau Award. He was honored with the Amnesty International Human Rights Award for BUSINESS AS USUAL.
In addition, he founded the world’s first Co2-reduced orchestra “The Berlin Show Orchestra” with his company Legrain Productions. With his campaign “Start with Heart” Lenn bicycled with other colleagues all the way from Germany to the set in Croatia. The initiative benefits children in need and will be held regularly from now on.