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Danish actor

Nikolaj Lie Kaas is ...

Alive
Born 22 May 1973 in Rødovre
Age46 years, 9 months
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Nikolaj Lie Kaas
Nikolaj Lie Kaas
Nikolaj Lie Kaas at the San Sebastian Film Festival

About Nikolaj Lie Kaas

Nikolaj Lie Kaas (born 22 May 1973) is a Danish actor whose career rose in the 1990s. His name is pronounced "Necolai Li Kås". Kaas graduated from the National Theater School in Denmark in 1998. He first appeared on screen in Søren Kragh-Jacobsen's film The Boys from St. Petri (1991) (The Boys from Sct. Petri) in 1991 as Otto, the rebel son of a traitor. The development of the character illustrates the growth of moral resistance into full-fledged violent revolt. This somber and masterfully-acted part earned Kaas two Danish film prizes, a Robert and a Bodil. While other actors strive to close in on life, Kaas - who experienced tragic loss at an early age - seems eager to escape the eye of the storm. It is a disturbing quality that etches his characters in the audience's mind. After imbuing smaller parts with larger-than-life performances, Kaas landed another main part in Truly Human (2001). He has hosted the Zulu Comedy Galla on Danish TV three times (2009, 2011, 2012). He is the son of actor Preben Kaas and actress/writer Anne Mari Lie. He has two daughters. In 2002 and 2012, he won the Robert Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.In 2012, he received the Lauritzen Award.In 2003, Named as one of European films 'Shooting Stars' by European Film Promotion. Height: 1.87 m

Films

Nikolaj Lie Kaas has worked on the following films:

The Green Butchers
2003 film by Anders Thomas Jensen
2003
A Second Chance
2014 film by Susanne Bier
2014
The Candidate
2008 film by Kasper Barfoed
2008
Open Hearts
2002 film by Susanne Bier
2002
Applause
2009 film by Martin Zandvliet
2009
The Absent One
2014 Danish crime mystery film by Mikkel Nørgaard
2014
Adam's Apples
2005 Danish black comedy film
2005
Brothers
2004 Danish drama film by Susanne Bier
2004
The Keeper of Lost Causes
2013 film by Mikkel Nørgaard
2013
Murk
2005 film by Jannik Johansen
2005
Men & Chicken
2015 film by Anders Thomas Jensen
2015
Truly Human
2001 film by Åke Sandgren
2001
Pu-239
2006 film by Scott Z. Burns
2006
A Conspiracy of Faith
2016 film directed by Hans Petter Moland
2016
Allegro
2005 film by Christoffer Boe
2005
Reconstruction
2003 film by Christoffer Boe
2003
Stealing Rembrandt
2003 film by Jannik Johansen
2003
The Last King
2016 Norwegian film by Nils Gaup
2016
Carl, My Childhood Symphony
1994 film by Erik Clausen
1994
The Boys from St. Petri
1991 Danish drama film
1991
Flickering Lights
2000 film by Anders Thomas Jensen
2000
Clash of Egos
2006 film by Tomas Villum Jensen
2006
In China They Eat Dogs
1999 film by Lasse Spang Olsen
1999
Old Men in New Cars
Danish action comedy film
2002
You Disappear
2017 Danish film by Peter Schønau Fog
2017
A Funny Man
2011 film by Martin Zandvliet
2011
At World's End
2009 film by Tomas Villum Jensen
2009
The Shooter
2013 film by Annette K. Olesen
2013
Just Another Love Story
2007 film by Ole Bornedal
2007
The Sun King
2005 film by Tomas Villum Jensen
2005
The Purtity of Vengeance
2018 film by Christoffer Boe
2018
Jolly Roger
2001 film by Lasse Spang Olsen
2001
Collision
2019 film directed by Mehdi Avaz
2019
The Writing on the Wall
2010 Norwegian film
2010
Max
2000 film by Trine Piil Christensen
2000
De ydmygede
1998 Danish film
1998
David's Book
1996 film by Lasse Spang Olsen
1996
Anxiety
2001 film by Christoffer Boe
2001
Beast
2011 film by Christoffer Boe
2011