Felix Isenbügel is a German voice talent and actor. Born in Berlin, he grew up in Fischerhude (Lower Saxony). There at the Waldorf School Ottersberg the foundation for acting was laid. He was an impassioned participant in the school theatre performances and thus gained his first stage experiences. Regular visits to the theatre and opera with his parents contributed their part. Besides he sang in the choir and played the violin in the orchestra. In 2003 he began his acting training at the acting school Theaterwerkstatt Charlottenburg. But it wouldn't have been Felix if he hadn't cheated a little for his application by making himself a bit older, as he was not quite 17 years old at that time. And promptly he got the confirmation. So he went back to Berlin. In addition to his acting training, he also studied singing with Tobias Kielinger and enjoyed the voice training with Bernd Kunstmann (Ernst Busch). Meanwhile Felix is as much at home on the theatre stage as in TV productions: Whether at the Berliner Ensemble, Theater Poetenpack, Berliner Kriminal Theater, Theater des Ostens, Vagantenbühne or for example: at the TV series GZSZ as Bundeswehr trainer Carsten Reimann (main cast 2008-2010). Felix Isenbügel is also active in production and writing. Together with Kai Grüneke he produced several web series, one of which was written only by himself and two of his plays have already been performed on off-stages. As a "jack of all trades" he recently published his first children's book "Der Schneegenbogen". As a dubbing actor he lends the German voice to actors, e.g. in "The Witcher" or “Riverdale”. His voice can also be heard in commercials, image films and documentaries as well as in radio plays.