Born in Hanover in Germany, Lucas Prisor has worked in cinema and appeared in the film Un sac de billes directed by Christian Duguay, Paul Verhoeren’s Elle and Jeune et Jolie directed by François Ozon (Sélection officielle at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013). He has also appeared in a number of films for television in France and in Germany including several episodes of the series Tatort. He also works in theatre with the Berliner Ensemble appearing in productions such as Leonce et Lena by George Büchner directed by Robert Wilson, Frühlings Erwachen (Spring Awakening) by Frank Wedekind, Goldoni’s Trilogia della villeggiatura and Lessing’s Nathan de Weise directed by Claus Peymann, Martin Wuttke’s production of Das abenteuerliche Herz: Droge und Rausch adapted from the novel by Ernst Jünger, The Caucausian Chalk Circle by Bertold Brecht directed by Manfred Karge and Thomas Langhoff’s production of A Streetcar named Desire by Tennessee Williams.
In 2010, he took part in a production of Œdipus at Colonus directed by Peter Stein at the Salzburg Theatre Festival and in 2011, he appeared in Le Soleil, which was written and directed by Olivier Py, at the Volksbühne in Berlin and at the Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe in Paris.
Paris Opera debut.