Michele Oliveri is a German-Italian actor, director, speaker, author, lecturer and coach.

Michele Oliveri received his school education at the Pestalozzi-Gymnasium in Munich. This was immediately followed by studies in theatre studies and ethnology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, as well as his studies of "commedia dell'arte" in acting and directing at the "Scuola Giovanni Poli" drama school in Venice under the direction of Giorgio Strehler, Giovanni Poli and Dario Fo...

A film selection from the top of Michele Oliveri's filmography, including various film reviews and descriptions, can be found here...


Influenced by the Italian "commedia dell'arte", Michele Oliveri began writing his own plays for his theater group "Arti-Schocken" as early as 1981 and realizing his visions on stage. This is how the "Picture Book Theatre" was born, which Oliveri presented in a seminar at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University.

Over the years, he reworked classics to reach young audiences. In the process, absurdist theatre opened up a new way for him to bring "liberated acting" to the stage. In this, Oliveri and his actors examined all the emotions conditioned by social morality and replaced them with authentic, real emotions.

Voice Dubbing

After his training as a dubbing actor in 2019 at the "Yellow Dubmarine" in Munich, the native Italian is also active as a dubbing actor and speaker in general and already has a lot of experience in phonetics and phonology.


Michele Oliveri has now been on the road for many years as an acting teacher, lecturer and coach, passing on his knowledge and wealth of experience to young and inquisitive people.

He teaches the Lee Strasberg method in film and theatre and gives international courses, workshops and 1:1 coaching sessions in which he teaches executives, politicians, self-employed people, schoolchildren and students how to discover and use their own personality...


Michele Oliveri supports and manages the up-coming artist Sophia Julia Schützinger. The two will soon be on the road together with their new project "t(w)"...