Aksel Hennie
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Aksel Hennie

Aksel Hennie (born 29 October 1975) is a Norwegian actor, director and writer. He has acted in a number of successful Norwegian movies, and has received several awards. Hennie grew up in Lambertseter in Oslo. In his late teens he was sentenced for graffiti, and became an outcast in the community for confessing to the police. This personal story contributed much of the background for the movie Uno. The conviction against Hennie was in fact one of the first such cases in Norway. Hennie was admitted to the Norwegian National Academy of Theatre after applying four times. He graduated in 2001, and has since acted both at Teatret Vårt in Molde (2001–2002) and at Oslo Nye Teater (2002–), where he has been in plays such as Hamlet, and Kvinnen som giftet seg med en kalkun (English: The woman who married a turkey). His main success, however, has been as a film actor. He made his debut starring in the feature film Jonny Vang in 2003. Though the director, Jens Lien, originally thought Hennie was too young for the role, the actor convinced him he was the right man for the film. The same year he also acted in the movies Buddy and Ulvesommer, and the next year he made his debut as a director and writer with the movie Uno, in which he also acted. For this film Hennie, and his co-star Nicolai Cleve Broch, went into hard physical training for six months to perform convincingly as bodybuilders. He won the Amanda Award – the main Norwegian film award – for "Best Direction" for the movie Uno in 2005, and that same year he was also among the nominees for "Best Actor" and "Best Film". He also won an Amanda award as "Best Actor" for the movie Jonny Vang in 2003. He was named one of European films "Shooting Stars" by European Film Promotion in 2004. In 2001 he was also named "Theatre talent of the year" by the newspaper Dagbladet. In 2008 Hennie starred in the movie Max Manus, where he played the role of the Norwegian war hero by that name. The movie had a large budget by Norwegian standards, and was met with great expectations. His next upcoming international film is Age of Heroes, a world war 2 movie primarily shot in Norway starring Sean Bean and Danny Dyer. Description above from the Wikipedia article Aksel Hennie, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Jonny Vang

Character : Jonny Vang

Max Manus

Character : Max Manus


Character : David



Character : Roger Brown

90 Minutter

Character : Trond

I et speil i en gåte

Character : Ariel


Character : Geir


Character : Stefan

Si at alt går bra

Character : Smith (voice)

Mordene i Kongo

Character : Joshua French

Ekspedisjon Knerten

Character : Twigson (voice)

I onde dager

Character : Lars

Folk og Røvere i Kardemomme by

Character : Jesper


Character : Christer

Kurt blir grusom

Character : Bud / Barnehagebarn (voice)


Character : Petter

Last Knights

Character : Gezza Mott

Guggen - Du store gauda

Character : (voice)


Character : Bruno Helldorf


Character : No character defined

Fort forover

Character : Even

The Middle Man

Character : Arthur Clintstone

The Doorman

Character : Borz


Character : Voice


Character : Tydeus


Character : Pål

Den som frykter ulven

Character : Stefan

The Cloverfield Paradox

Character : Volkov

The Long Way Home: Making 'The Martian'

Character : Self

Hawaii, Oslo

Character : Trygve

The Martian

Character : Alex Vogel

En ganske snill mann

Character : Samen

1732 Høtten

Character : Arnt-Olaf

Age of Heroes

Character : Lt. Steinar Mortensen

Aksel Hennie Tv Credits


Character : Sebastian

Nobel - fred for enhver pris

Character : Erling Riiser

ARES: live

Character : Alex Vogel

White Wall

Character : Lars

Der Kommissar und das Meer

Character : Stefan Falk