Doğa Gürer was born in Heidelberg in 1992 and completed his acting studies at the HMT Rostock in 2018. During his studies he was already working professionally including in Séverine Chavrier‘s production of Egmont by Goethe/Beethoven in Paris and Vienna. Since 2017 he has performed for the Bühne für Menschenrechte Berlin in the documentary theatre projects Die Asyl-Monologe / NSU-Monologe / Mittelmeer-Monologe (Text and Direction: Michael Ruf), which toured to Hamburg, Cologne, Dortmund, Nuremberg, Leipzig and Dresden, among others. From 2018 to 2020 he was a member of the Theater Bielefeld ensemble, where he performed in Édouard Louis’ Im Herzen der Gewalt (Director: Alice Buddeberg), played Rosalind in William Shakespeare’s Wie es euch gefällt (Director: Christian Schlüter) and Emil Sinclair in Hermann Hesse’s Demian (Director: Michael Heicks). He can still be seen in this role as a guest performer at the Theater Bielefeld. He also played the role of Kemal in Cihan Acar’s Hawaii at the Theater Heilbronn (Director: Nurkan Erpulat). Currently he appears at the Schaubühne am Leniner Platz in Der Krieg mit den Molchen adapted from Karel Čapek (Director: Clara Weyde). In addition to his work in the theatre, Doğa Gürer is also active in film and television, most recently in Rheingold directed by Fatih Akın.
Doğa Gürer has been a member of the Maxim Gorki Theatre’s ensemble since the 2022/2023 season. His first production at the theatre is BLOOD MOON BLUES directed by Yael Ronen.
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