Rudolph Herzog

Rudolph Herzog is an award-winning director, producer and writer, best known for his book DEAD FUNNY (a book of the year in THE ATLANTIC) and documentary series such as THE HEIST (C4).
His second book, the critically acclaimed SHORT HISTORY OF NUCLEAR FOLLY, was published in the U.K., the U.S. and Canada. A documentary by Rudolph based on the book was featured on ARTE and NETFLIX. He helmed a National Geographic special on polar explorer Roald Amundsen, THE AGENT on the spy Werner Stiller and VIRAL HUMOUR, a chronicle of the corona pandemic using jokes and memes.
Rudolph has expanded into fiction with his feature film HOW TO FAKE A WAR - starring Katherine Parkinson and Jay Pharoah - released in the U.S. (Hulu/Amazon Prime) and U.K. (SKY Cinema), and his book GHOSTS OF BERLIN published internationally.