David Kross Biography
Kross was born 20 miles north of Hamburg in Henstedt-Ulzburg. He was up in Bargteheide and attended Eckhorst High School till 2007. He is the youngest of three siblings. Between 2004 and 2006, he was a member of the professional club TSV Bargteheide.
David Kross Career
David Kross is a well-known German actor. He began his career at a young age with a minor role in the 2002 film Hilfe, ich bin ein Junge and worked intermittently, focused primarily on his schoolwork. In 2008, he was cast as Michael Berg in the film The Reader. He was nominated for several accolades and went on to win the Sierra Award for Youth in Film at the Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards. His acting career began with a cameo in the 2002 film Hilfe, ich bin ein Junge (English: Help, I’m a Boy!). He joined Blaues Wölkchen, a tiny ensemble from a children’s theatre in Bargteheide, in December 2003. His first major stage appearance was in the film Hilfe, die Herdmanns kommen. Kross was cast in Steven Spielberg’s film War Horse, which was announced in June 2010. Filming began in Dartmoor, Devon, in August 2010, and the film was released in December 2011.
David Kross Personal Life
Kross enrolled in a three-year program at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in 2009. (LAMDA). His strategy was to hone his acting and English skills. He left out at the end of the same year to focus on films. He now resides in Berlin-Mitte. Kross has stated that he has no desire to relocate to Hollywood, preferring to remain in Germany and continue directing films in both German and English.
David Kross Net Worth
David Kross has an estimated net worth range between $1 million and $12 million.