Born in Vienna in 1967. Since 1989, sought-after ensemble member of the Vienna Burgtheater, where he has worked with such directors as Claus Peymann, Jürgen Flimm, Hans Neuenfels, Ruth Berghaus, Leander Haussmann, Karlheinz Hackl, Paulus Manker, Philip Tiedemann, among others. Performances at the Salzburg Festival and the Landestheater Liechtenstein.
In addition to stage acting, he has also taken numerous film and television roles, among others in Andreas Hofer – Die Freiheit des Adlers (director: Xaver Schwarzenberger, 2001), Conny und die verschwundene Ehefrau (Reinhard Schwabenitzky, 2005) and Schön, dass es dich gibt (Reinhard Schwabenitzky, 2005).
The part of Alex is his first leading role in a feature film.
Five questions for Johannes Krisch:
What would you like to be able to do?
Three things you like?
Life, seafood and music.
And three things you don’t like?
Crowded subways, romaine lettuce and my impatience.
Your greatest strength?
If you could have three wishes?
Eternal health, world peace and a wallet that’s never empty.