Martin Niedermair

Martin Niedermair received training at the Vienna Conservatory from 1993 to 1996. In the 1999/2000 and 2001/02 seasons he was a member of the ensemble at the Simpl cabaret, where he performed with the programs Wurzel aus 2001 and Bla.Bla.Bla.

From 2004 to 2008 he was seen at the Schauspielhaus Wien as Ottone in Poppea, as Coppelius, Dappertutto and Mirakel in The Tales of Hoffmann, as Felix/Bassa Selim in Saray / Mozart alla turca and in the one-person play The Tell Tale Heart. He also performed this monologue in Melbourne and Sydney, at the Berliner Ensemble and at the Edinburgh Festival in 2007/08 and was nominated for the Green Room Award and the Helpman Award for best male actor for his performance.

Since 2008 he has been engaged at the Theater in der Josefstadt and the Kammerspiele der Josefstadt, where he has played the role of Sigismund Sülzheimer in the White Horse, Joe in the stage version of Some Like It Hot, Lord Darlington in Lady Windermere's Fan, Christopher Wren in the Mousetrap, Mortimer Brewster in Arsenic and Lace and Moricet in How to Hunt Hares by Georges Feydeau. Guest appearances have included the Klagenfurt City Theater, the Baden Stage, the Graz Opera and the Vienna Volksoper, where he made his debut as Rolf Gruber in Sound of Music. In 2014 he appeared as State Secretary Doringer in the television series CopStories, and in 2016 he was in front of the camera filming the Tatort episode Virus directed by Barbara Eder.

In the 18th and 19th seasons of the television series SOKO Kitzbühel he played the role of Patrick (the friend of investigator Nina Pokorny).

Martin Niedermair is featured on the following titles


This CD brings together collaborations between Japanese violinist Miwako Abe (Pollard, Okamoto), Melbourne cellist Alister Barker (Pertout) and MKH, with solos especially written for him by Gabriella Vici and Andrian Pertout. The title Shichiseki is from the duo violin and piano work by Japanese composer Kanako Okamoto and is the Japanese Star Festival held on 7th July, coincidentally MKH’s birthday.

Performer: counter-tenor