Trystan W. Pütter, born in Frankfurt Main in 1980, started his acting career at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in a production by René Pollesch after studying art in Vienna. He then appeared on various theater stages, including productions by Frank Castorf and several by René Pollesch. Pütter made his screen debut in Ulrich Köhler's Montag kommen die Fenster in 2005. He subsequently played major and minor roles in numerous cinema and TV productions: Hilde (2009, director: Kai Wessel), Auf der Suche (2011, director: Jan Krüger), Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter (2011, TV multi-part, director: Philipp Kadelbach), Passion (2013, director: Brian de Palma), Hannas Reise (2013, director: Julia von Heinz), Phoenix (2014, director: Christian Petzold), Redland (2014, director: Christian Werner). In 2016, Pütter appeared, among others, in Maren Ade's award-winning cinema success Toni Erdmann, which entered the Oscar race for Germany in 2017. In 2016, the first part of the hit ZDF series Ku'damm (event series, directed by Sven Bohse, Sabine Bernardi) was broadcast in which he portrayed audience favorite Freddy. In the cinema, he also appeared in Christian Petzold Transit, which premiered at the Berlinale 2018. In the same year followed the highly acclaimed series Parfum directed by Philipp Kadelbach. In 2018, he shot Freies Land, directed by Christian Alvart, as well as the TV productions Eden (directed by Dominik Moll) and Kühn hat zu tun (directed by Ralf Hüttner). In 2019, Trystan Pütter was in front of the camera in Stefan Ruzowitzky's Hinterland and was part of the ensemble of the acclaimed series Bad Banks (director: Christian Zübert) and Babylon Berlin (directors: Achim von Borries, Hendrik Handloegten, Tom Tykwer) which continued in 2021. In 2020, he was part of the ensemble for the continuation of the Sky hit series Das Boot (director: Hans Steinbichler, Dennis Gansel) and was in front of the camera for the feature film JGA (director: Alireza Golafshan). In 2021 followed the shooting of Kai Wessel's TV film Ramstein as well as the RTL+ series Herzogpark directed by Jochen Alexander Freydank. Trystan Pütter can be seen at DT in René Pollesch's So billige Träume. Und so gut.