Rapper and “Polizeiruf 110” star
Pablo Grant dies at the age of 26
February 12, 2024, 12:23 a.m
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The “Polizeiruf 110” actor Pablo Grant is dead. The rapper from the Berlin hip-hop group BHZ died of a thrombosis at the age of 26. Shortly before, the band had canceled their tour.
The German hip-hop scene has lost an important member: Pablo Grant, rapper from the Berlin combo BHZ, has died at the age of just 26. As the group announced on their Instagram account in the evening, the artist died of a thrombosis on February 6th. “The family and friends of the deceased are heartbroken and ask that privacy be respected and that contact be refrained from during this difficult time,” it said. “We would like to thank all the fans who have accompanied and supported Pablo’s artistic path over the years.”
Just a few days before, the band had canceled their concert without replacement. The reason for this was “very short-term health reasons”. Tickets that have already been purchased can be returned. “We are incredibly sad and hope for your understanding,” the rejection said. The tour was actually supposed to start on February 8th in Vienna and end on March 1st in Berlin.
Known from Magdeburg “Polizeiruf 110”
Pablo Grant, also known as Pablo Grant-Zapata or under the stage name Dead Dawg, was born in Berlin in 1997. He was not only successful as a musician but also as an actor. He made his cinema debut in 2016 in the film “Bibi & Tina: Girls Against Boys” directed by Detlev Buck. Further roles followed, including in the same year in “Tatort: Wir – Ihr – Sie” and the film “Misfit” three years later.
He also gained popularity for his role in the web series “Druck”, which was commissioned by the public youth program Funk and which tells about the everyday problems of young people at Berlin’s Barnim-Gymnasium. Grant appeared in the first two seasons.
He should be known to a wider audience from the Magdeburg “Polizeiruf 110”, since February 2020 he has had a permanent role as Chief Detective and later as Chief Detective Günther Márquez, who supports Commissioner Doreen Brasch, played by Claudia Michelsen, in her investigations in a total of five appearances .