"Acting is the ability to live truthfully under imaginary circumstances."


-Sandy Meisner

Acting

 

Do you need a skilled actor for your film or theatre project? Give me a buzz!

I'm trained in method acting as well as improvisation techniques (such as Keith Johnstone and Viola Spolin), have a Performing Arts degree and love to develop by working with various directors and actors with different ideas and ways of working.

“The language of the body is the key that can unlock the soul.”

Konstantin Stanislavsky

In 2009 I've been freelancing mainly as a film actor working in the artist Tingsek's music video "Six Years" (link), for the commercial film company Scandvision AB, for Good World AB in the film "The Super Hero", I acted against the famous actors Stefan Sauk and Tuva Novotny in the feature film "Dear Alice" (starring Danny Glover) and taught drama at Almviksgårdens skola in Malmö from 2007. In 2007-2008 I taught drama next to roles in television series such as "Barda" (link) broadcast at Swedish Channel 1 and the Children's Channel, the lead character Maria in the short film "Vintersol" (http://www.vintersolfilmen.se/) by BTB Media, Film i Skåne, Lilly Film and Vinternova Media, a supporting role in the short film "Storstad" by Zitrin Film and Multimedia and the Swedish Film Institute.

 

I've also been apart of several independent theatres putting up plays such as the Vagina Monologues in 2007, in which I did the heartwrenching character of an abused woman in "My vagina was my village" and Jean Paul Sartre's play No Exit. In 2007 I studied Theatre and Social Justice for Adam Gray at Malmö University, analysing and rehearsing plays with a social justice theme such as the Zoo Story by Edward Albee. In 2005 I was hired as an actor by Terrafem to work with Forum Theatre Plays, touring the region of Skåne (Sweden) in high schools and adult education classes, about gender roles and domestic abuse. We had developed the loose script upon true stories of abused women seeking support.


“Love art in yourself and not yourself in art."

-Konstantin Stanislavsky

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