Peter Becker is an actor, known for Babylon Berlin (2017), Bad Banks (2018), 13 Minutes (2015), Unknown (I) (2011).Although he spent most of his childhood growing up in England, Peter Becker first emerges on the stage at age 15 in Germany at the renowned Bad Hersfeld theatre festival. At the same time he begins building a background in journalism, rising to editor of the 'Hersfelder Zeitung' newspaper's weekly youth page and managing content for a radio station. After completing his formal education, he moves to Berlin, where he becomes a reputable production assistant and casting director for commercials and music videos.In 2002 he begins studying at the prestigious Academy of Dramatic Arts 'Ernst Busch' in Berlin. During this time the film and theatre industry begins to recognize his talents and he is recruited for his first film roles (including 'Der Untergang der Pamir', directed by Kaspar Heidelbach), and theatre engagements (at Deutsches Theater Berlin and Thalia Theater Hamburg).The short film 'Es geht uns gut' by Thomas Stuber, on which he worked both as lead actor as well as co-author, wins the Advancement Award of the film industry of Baden-Wuerttemberg in 2006 and receives the title "valuable" by the Film Review Board Wiesbaden in 2007. In addition to working in front of the camera (including 'Mission to murder Hitler', 'Until Nothing Remains', 'Unknown') he starts utilizing his wit to write scripts and produce content. From 2006 to 2007, Peter is a cast member at Volkstheater in Vienna, where he meets director Nuran David Calis, with whom he collaborates again in 2008 at the Schauspielhaus Cologne.In 2009, he returns to Berlin, and performs under the direction of Nurkan Erpulat as well as numerous productions at Ballhaus Naunynstrasse and Heimathafen Neukölln. In addition to his work as an actor, Peter Becker hosts live events such as the 'Achtung Berlin!' Film Festival, performs readings (at Literaturhaus Berlin amongst others), works as a voice-over artist (including Deutschlandradio Kultur, ARTE, ARD, ZDF etc.).In 2017 he makes his successful international theatre debut as 'Friedrich Müller' in the National Theatre's UK tour of 'War Horse'