Greetings! I'm a bilingual Swedish screen actor, and have played characters of different nationalities in international productions including supporting and guest star roles in Snowpiercer, Crossing Lines, and others and been in independent features and short films. I have formal training in screen acting and techniques such as Meisner and others. I'm also the host of the podcast Inglorious Artists that ran between 2017-2021. Find it via the link below or wherever you find podcasts.
As a reader I strive to provide a safe space for playing and exploring and give you what you need to get to where you want to go. Being a reader is fun and I view it as a great opportunity to work out those acting muscles and be able to lend a helping hand. Plus, I'm known for providing great sound!
I can do English (General American, Standard British and some others) and Swedish parts and texts.
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Greetings! I’m an actor from southern Sweden focusing on the screen. I started acting professionally in 2012 after graduating from film acting school and was cast as the nasty, overzealous soldier in director Bong Joon-ho's science fiction feature Snowpiercer.
The year after I portrayed the antagonist in an episode of the show Crossing Lines and later showed up in Swedish/Danish noir show The Bridge.
Throughout the years I have been on stage in several plays, both classics and originals in my native Sweden. And of course several short films, sketches and smaller projects in both English and Swedish.
Between 2013-2017 I periodically produced, wrote and directed my own comedy web series Sorry I’m Late on a shoestring budget with friends and colleagues in the business. In 2017 I also started the podcast Inglorious Artists, were I talk to other creative professionals about their life and craft. It ended after three years and 50 episodes in early 2021. That year also saw the release of my first short film, Act Like It.
Check out my various social media accounts to see what I’m up to at the given moment.