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With an eye for both gritty noir and uproarious comedy, versatile German screenwriter Georg Heinzen has courted a variety of audiences. Debuting in 1998 on the short-lived crime serial "Zugriff," Heizen fast established change as the norm. The same year, he received sole writing credit on the small screen laffer "Schlange auf dem Altar," an irreverent religious comedy that raised eyebrows along with awareness of his work. Heinzen's next gig came on "SK Kölsch," as he penned three episodes of the police procedural during its first season, including the pilot. He made his jump to the big screen in 2000 with the snow-swept Alpine epic "Gran Paradiso," which garnered a nomination for Outstanding Feature Film at the German Film Awards the following year. Heinzen's follow-up was the made-for-TV romcom "Die Salsaprinzessin," a spicy love story infused with salsa dancing. The writer abruptly changed gears in 2004 for "Inspektor Rolle," his return to episodic storytelling. But it was not to last. The following year, Heinzen scripted "Das Beste Jahr Meines Lebens," a wry divorce drama directed by TV mogul Olaf Kreinsen. Heinzen's next move was typically unpredictable: he returned to writing cops and robbers...

With an eye for both gritty noir and uproarious comedy, versatile German screenwriter Georg Heinzen has courted a variety of audiences. Debuting in 1998 on the short-lived crime serial "Zugriff," Heizen fast established change as the norm. The same year, he received sole writing credit on the small screen laffer "Schlange auf dem Altar," an irreverent religious comedy that raised eyebrows along with awareness of his work. Heinzen's next gig came on "SK Kölsch," as he penned three episodes of the police procedural during its first season, including the pilot. He made his jump to the big screen in 2000 with the snow-swept Alpine epic "Gran Paradiso," which garnered a nomination for Outstanding Feature Film at the German Film Awards the following year. Heinzen's follow-up was the made-for-TV romcom "Die Salsaprinzessin," a spicy love story infused with salsa dancing. The writer abruptly changed gears in 2004 for "Inspektor Rolle," his return to episodic storytelling. But it was not to last. The following year, Heinzen scripted "Das Beste Jahr Meines Lebens," a wry divorce drama directed by TV mogul Olaf Kreinsen. Heinzen's next move was typically unpredictable: he returned to writing cops and robbers on an episode of "Post Mortem," only to forgo the series in favor of the feel-good comedy "Bella Vita."

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