Table of contents:
- Do you have a favorite place at home?
- What style of furnishing do you live?
- What are you looking forward to when you get home?
- Which do-it-yourself qualities do you have?
- Which piece of furniture could you never part with?
- Which furnishings do you have a special relationship with?
- What scents do you associate with your home?
- If you were having dinner tonight, which menu would you conjure up for your guests?
Video: Interview - This is how actor Jan Hartmann lives
Eight homely questions: Actor Jan Hartmann reveals in a short interview what his home improvement qualities are like. He lives in a house near Regensburg with his wife Julia, three-year-old son Nikolas and only a few months old daughter Emilia.
Jan Hartmann began his acting career in 1999 in the RTL series “Gute Zeiten, Bad Zeiten”.
This was followed by many appearances in well-known ARD and ZDF productions, including "Rote Rosen", "Herzflimmern", "Sturm der Liebe", "Traumschiff" and "Dahoam is Dahoam". In spring 2018 he was Dr. Falk Hartmann in the lead role of the new doctor series "Lifelines" on RTL. In the blog "real! Hartmann”he reports with his wife Julia about everyday family life with son Nikolas and little Emilia, gives recipe and cooking tips and travel recommendations.
Do you have a favorite place at home?
We are still in the middle of construction. My favorite place is already part of the gallery. There we have a room height of 7.5 meters and can enjoy the architecture with a view of the long glass front and the open steel beams.
What style of furnishing do you live?
We love Bauhaus, minimalism, clear and expressive architecture. Still homely and not without tension. Our house takes on a monolithic character.
What are you looking forward to when you get home?
My wife and son and the feeling of being home again. And my studio with all the technical stuff, wonderful!
Which do-it-yourself qualities do you have?
So, I get a nail in the wall with two hits. And I once built a dining table for the kitchen myself. But I prefer to leave the really important work to the professionals.
Which piece of furniture could you never part with?
Everything with 88 keys, so from my piano.
Which furnishings do you have a special relationship with?
There is a small Asian closet that doesn't quite match our style, but I inherited it from my mother. We put it in Niki's nursery now, and he can pass it on later.
What scents do you associate with your home?
Fresh wood, freshly washed laundry and everything between the coniferous forest and currently diaper pails.
If you were having dinner tonight, which menu would you conjure up for your guests?
Quiche with caramelized fennel, kale and goat curd. Then burger with king crab and papaya. And for dessert: lime sorbet.
Photo: iStock / serezniy
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