Albert Bozesan is a German-American actor, producer, and writer born in Munich, Germany. He grew up in California.
His work began gaining traction after he returned to his hometown Munich in 2009, where he started directing commercials. Although Albert's true passion was telling narrative stories, these videos provided him with a chance to meet professional filmmakers, experiment with different styles and learn the craft.
During his final year of high school, Albert found a filmmaking partner in his colleague Robert Sladeczek. In 2016, the duo landed a hit with "APAYOU: Experience the Future", a satire of startup and hipster culture which was awarded 1st place at the German Multimedia Award mb21. In 2018, this success was followed by the team's first major nomination at the Berlin Independent Film Festival for their short film "Jack & Cooper - Identity Theft", which soon after won the Munich Youth Film Festival "flimmern & rauschen".
Bozesan and Sladeczek continue to lend their comedy style to commercials for German companies such as DriveNow, the leading bookstore chain Hugendubel and the soda brand fritz-kola. They volunteer as video producers for TEDxTUM, the TEDx event at the Technical University of Munich.
In addition to his own projects, Albert regularly supports other movies and TV shows, including the 2018 German family movie "Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver", for which he created a mood trailer during pre-production.