Born in Cologne in 1992. He gained his first stage experience at the Juniorhouse theatre and film school. From 2016-2020, David Brückner studied acting at Bern University of the Arts. During his training, he also appeared on stage in the music station drama L'Europe Sauvage (Joachim Schlömer) at BUA and at National Theatre Bern he appeared in Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften (Sebastian Klink), Donkey der Schotte und das Pferd, das sich Rosi genannt (R: Sophia Bodamer), Titus Andronicus (Mizgin Bilmen), Die Erprobung Abrahams (Jürg Wisbach) and in Schuld und Sühne (Henri Hüster). In addition, he received a grant from the Armin Ziegler Foundation for talented young actors last year. In 2020, David Brückner graduated with his film debut SIMON and lives in London now.