Wolf is a trained performing artist/director and Business Economist. In 1997 Wolf came to Australia with more than 20 years of experience as artistic director, Admin and PR-officer, Tour Manager, and Chief Executive Officer/General Manager with several German opera and theatre companies. In 2004 renowned Melbournian actor/director Christopher Bunworth, who just returned from the USA, and Wolf founded Larrikin Ensemble Theatre.
Wolf was Orchestra Manager in Brisbane, General Manager with Australia's renowned Flying Fruit Fly Circus in Albury-Wodonga, and “Wyndham Cultural Centre”. Today, he subsidises his artistic ventures by also working as a Registered Marriage Celebrant and Behavioural & Communications Analyst/ Psychotherapist.
With Larrikin Ensemble Theatre and his company Wolf Heidecker Arts Management he is currently producing and/or directing The Man They Call The Banjo - The Secret Story of Australia's Favorite Song Waltzing Matilda by Felix Meagher/Dennis O'Keeffe; Muffins at the Death Café by Dina Ross ; Foxholes of the Mind by Bernard Clancy; Woodford by Michael Healy.
For several years Larrikin Ensemble Theatre showcased the critically acclaimed production TRIO by Dina Ross. 'The Age' called Cymbeline by W.Shakespeare (Co-production with Fontanel/Sydney) one of the three best productions in 2008 by independent theatre in Melbourne.