|Capital:||€ 1 million|
|Born:||December 24, 1988|
|Country of origin:||Germany|
|Source of wealth:||Comedian, entrepreneur|
Felix Manuel Lobrecht is a German stand-up comedian. As Felix Lobrecht has been very successful as a comedian and as part of the successful podcast “Mixed Hack” in German-speaking countries in the past few years. He has published two books so far, with “Sonne und Beton” becoming a mirror bestseller book. Felix Lobrecht lives in Berlin Kreuzberg and is considered an endearing proll who has managed to joke at Germany’s top comedy and into the hearts of people from poor conditions.
Felix Lobrecht was born in 1988 near Münster. His mother died of cancer at the young age of four. Shortly afterwards, his father moved with him and his two younger siblings to Berlin, Gropiusstadt, in Neukölln. Felix Lobrecht describes his childhood as happy, even if the family suffered from constant money worries. His father, whom he often calls the “best man” today, took good care of the children and did his utmost to offer them a good future.
Nevertheless, his youth can be described as tough. Felix Lobrecht was one of the few young people without a migration background in his residential area, which made conflict and physical confrontation almost inevitable. First Lobrecht attended the Hannah Arendt high school in Rudow. However, he was expelled from this school for unusual behavior. A move to the Clay Comprehensive School brought change and in 2005 he received his high school diploma.
After school, Felix Lobrecht tried out various odd jobs. He worked, among other things, in a gym and in a plant wholesaler. In 2008 he made his technical college entrance qualification at the upper level center Berlin-Schöneweide. In 2012 he obtained the general university entrance qualification by preparing himself for the exams and taking the so-called non-pupil exam.
He started an apprenticeship as an industrial clerk, but soon realized that this would not be the way he wanted to go. The young Felix, who was an enthusiastic athlete and break dancer, almost started training as a fitness clerk. But that didn’t happen either. The beginning of his career was a few poetry slam appearances, in which he thematized with texts about the dissatisfaction that he had experienced in his short training period.
Few people know that Felix Lobrecht studied political science in tranquil Marburg, in Central Hesse. It was there that his career as a stand-up comedian began, as he signed up for various poetry slams to earn his rent. His level of awareness quickly grew. He appeared on the comedy show “Night Wash”. Since 2017 Felix Lobrecht has only appeared as a stand-up comedian and no longer takes part in poetry slams.
Lobrecht became known to the wider public through his appearances on the show “Cologne Comedy Night XXL” and in the RTL II program “Comedy Champions 2016”. With his first live tour “kenn ick” he was able to reach a large audience. He is currently on the road with the “Hype” program, which is accepted with great enthusiasm throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
His stage shows are one thing above all: authentic. Felix Lobrecht doesn’t matter on stage. He puts himself and his experiences in the limelight with a large portion of irony and thrills thousands of fans. His Berlin dialect and the balancing act between proll, student and snappy but intelligent views of society and the like result in a mixture with which many people can identify. Felix Lobrecht delivers comedy from various areas of society and can use his experience to create a connection that is currently unique on German stages.
In addition to his tour, he performs at some comedy events, such as the television show “Nuhr” by Dieter Nuhr or the 1Live “Hörsaal-Comedy”.
Felix Lobrecht is also successful as an author. His first book, a collaboration with Malte Rosskopf, “10 minutes? That is 20 marks, ”was already a success. The second book, this time a solo attempt, is a partially autobiographical representation of a Berlin youth in a focal point district, was published by Ullstein Verlag. The book became a mirror bestseller.
What Felix Lobrecht tackles becomes a success. The podcast “Mixed Hack”, with the comedy author Tommi Schmidt, which is published weekly, is a complete success in Germany. Every week, between fifty and a hundred thousand listeners listen to the conversation between the two jokers about everyday life, current affairs and anecdotes from their lives.
1Live productions, such as “What do things do” and “How does it work?”, Which were published on YouTube, rely on Felix Lobrecht as the driving force.
In 2018 Felix Lobrecht won the German Comedy Award for best newcomer. In 2019 he received the 1Live Krone (Comedy Krone).
“I’m not the type for.”
“Yes, that’s a cheek here.”
“Fuck it, I’m a baby, dude.”
Felix Lobrecht studied political science in Marburg. His favorite politicians are Gregor Gysi and Barack Obama. If he had to move within Germany, he would move to Cologne. Felix Lobrecht does not (currently) have a driver’s license. He also uses his popularity to point out social issues such as organ donation.