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Louis to star in ‘Monstrous Beauty’

According to Deadline, Louis is set to star in ‘Monstrous Beauty’ alongside Bella Ramsey as Vale, an actor in the court of king Charles II.

Dark star Louis Hofmann, one of Germany’s most in-demand young actors, is joining Bella Ramsey (The Last Of Us), Dominic West (The Crown), Ruth Negga (Loving), Fiona Shaw (Harry Potter) in period drama Monstrous Beauty, which HanWay is selling at the Cannes market ahead of a planned September shoot.

Ramsey, who shot to fame as the precocious Lady of Bear Island in GOT and is coming off HBO’s blockbuster hit The Last Of Us, is heading back to court but this time as an aspiring playwright in the court of King Charles II who suffers from a rare condition that means she is entirely covered in hair.

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Hofmann will play Vale in Monstrous Beauty, an “average actor and extremely skilled lover by trade — but it’s his undeniable beauty that attracts Barbara’s (Ramsey) attention and he quickly becomes an object of infatuation and her muse”.

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‘All The Light We Cannot See’ release date, stills + trailer

Netflix has released the first trailer, release date and stills for Louis’ new miniseries ‘All the Light We Cannot See’. The series will come to Netflix on November 2. You can see the trailer below and the stills in the gallery (via Vanity Fair).

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‘Der Passfälscher’ promotion

Louis has been busy promotig ‘Der Passfälscher’ (‘The Forger’) which comes out October 13 in Germany. First he attended a premiere in Munich and the he was a guest on NDR Talk Show. You can see images from both events in the gallery. You can also see a promotional interview and the English trailer below.


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Filmography section + some TV projects updated

After two years online, the filmogrpahy section has finally been updated. So click on the link and read all about the projects Louis has been a part of. The gallery has also been updated with caps and stills from Louis’ early TV projects ‘Danni Lowinski’, ‘Wilsberg’ and ‘SOKO Köln’, so go check those out as well.