Prime Video’s teen drama “Maxton Hall,” based on Mona Kasten’s novel “Save Me,” is set to become a major hit on the platform. The series has already reached the top of the charts, thanks to its mix of romance, class struggles and, of course, a talented cast, which include Damian Hardung, who plays James Beaufort.

The series is set in a prestigious boarding school, and it will follow Ruby Bell, portrayed by Harriet Herbig-Matten, a scholarship student, who gets on the bad side of James Beaufort, a wealthy and troublemaker heir.

Hardung is, arguably, the most famous member of the cast. Unlike some of his co-stars, he has appeared in several movies and TV shows; but thanks to “Maxton Hall: The World Between Us,” he is set to gain worldwide recognition. Here’s all you need to know about him.

Damian Hardung’s height: How tall is the actor?

According to his IMDb profile, Damian Hardung is 1,79 meters tall.

How old is Damian Hardung?

According to his profile in Subtitle Talent, he was born on September 7, 1998. So, the actor is 25 years old. He is from Germany, but his hometown isn’t specified. On the other hand, he started acting when he was 13 years old.

Damian Hardung as James Beaufort in “Maxton Hall: The World Between Us”

Damian Hardung as James Beaufort in “Maxton Hall: The World Between Us”

Damian Hardung’s movies and TV shows

Hardung has built a long career in film and TV. As we said, his first leading role came when he was 13 years old and appeared in the movie “Clara and the Secret of the Bears,” directed by Tobias Ineichen. Then, his next major role was Jonas in the series “The Red Ribbon Society.”

Other of his credits include “The Most Beautiful Girl in The World” and the Italian adaptation of Umberto Eco’s famous novel “The Name of the Rose.” His international breakthrough came with Netflix’s series “How To Sell Drugs Online (Fast).”

He has also collaborated with director Neele Leean Vollmar in “Auerhaus.” “War Sailor,” and “Our Wonderful Years.” Apart from “Maxton Hall,” he is set to appear in Kilian Riedhof’s upcoming film “Stella: A Life.”