Felix von Jascheroff (40) is not only a successful actor, but also a musician, as he just proved as “Black Mamba” on the TV show “The Masked Singer”. But fans can look forward to even more music from the “Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten” star. “I’ve rediscovered the microphone for myself and, together with my partner and friend Micar, I’m going to be the DJ duo Micar

Felix von Jascheroff: After more than 20 years in the series, it is inevitable that many people know me from “Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten”. But I’ve also been on the road musically for many years. Mainly as a producer or DJ standing behind the controls. But now I’ve rediscovered the microphone for myself and, together with my music partner and friend Micar, I’m going to form the DJ duo Micar

Jascheroff: Micar and I have known each other for a number of years. We always wanted to make music together and then three years ago we just put it into practice. We put our tastes together and made what we are today: Micar

Jascheroff: Logo – for us DJs it’s simply the greatest thing to play in clubs or at festivals and to see people dancing to our music. With the Kia EV6, we have a cool tour car with plenty of space for clothes and equipment, so we always have everything with us on the go. We can even connect our DJ console directly to the car with the vehicle-to-device function and “power it up” – so to speak for spontaneous mini festivals around the car (laughs).

Jascheroff: No! I’ve always managed to balance acting and music. Of course there are always questions as to whether I want to devote more time to my music. It will happen from time to time, just don’t worry.

Jascheroff: What does it mean to think about leaving? When you’ve been in a production for a long time, such thoughts always come up. That’s totally human. You also want to develop yourself, do different things from time to time, reinvent yourself over and over again. There are currently no plans to exit.

Jascheroff: If I should really turn my back on the series at some point, which isn’t the case, then with a lot of action, a big bang and fireworks.

Jascheroff: I never had the plan to embody the role of John Bachmann for more than 20 years. It’s been 21 years now and time flies by. I’m thankful for every day I get to spend on set. That is not a matter of course.

Jascheroff: If you’ve been dealing with great people for so many years, farewells are foreseeable. One faster than the other. But if I’m honest, saying goodbye to my dear colleague and wardrobe mate Daniel Fehlow wasn’t without it. We were and are a very well-established team.