Axel Coon (born Axel Broszeit, March 23 1975 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany) - former member of the German band Scooter. Axel Coon replaced Ferris Bueller in 1998 and he made his debut in the music video "How Much Is The Fish?". Before he was officially admitted to the band, for a year he was Rick J. Jordan's assistant. In 2002 he left the band and returned to a DJ career. As a solo artist he produced songs such as „Mayday”, „Promise Me”, „Lamenting City”, „Third Base” or „Close To You”.
Real Name: Axel Broszeit
Birth date: 23 March 1975, Freiburg, Germany
Height: 6’ 0¾” (1.85 m)
He was a member of the German techno-band Scooter (1998-2002).
He left Scooter in January 2002 to start his solo-career.