Norwegian movie stars born in 1978

Here are 8 famous actresses from Norway were born in 1978:

Marit Velle Kile

Marit Velle Kile (November 13, 1978 Ørsta-) also known as Marit V. Kile, Marit V Kile or Marit Kile is a Norwegian actor.

She is best known for her role as "Trine" in the critically acclaimed drama film "Factotum" (2005) based on the novel by Charles Bukowski. Kile graduated from the Norwegian National Academy of Theatre in 2003, and has since been a part of numerous theatre productions, TV-series and films. She has received multiple awards for her performances on stage, including a Hedda Award for Best Actor in a supporting role for her part in "Mamma Mia!" at the Oslo Nye Teater in 2010. Kile is also a skilled voice actor and has lent her voice to several animated films and television series including "Pingu", "Gnomeo & Juliet" and "The Incredibles 2".

Charlotte Engelhardt

Charlotte Engelhardt (July 11, 1978 Oslo-) a.k.a. Charlotte Würdig is a Norwegian tv personality, actor and presenter.

She grew up in Germany and became famous through her work as a VJ for the music channel VIVA. Engelhardt has also participated in various German TV shows such as "Let's Dance" and "Celebrity Big Brother". In addition to her work on TV, she has also appeared in movies and theater productions. Engelhardt is married to rapper Sido and the couple have two children together. She actively supports animal welfare organizations and has posed for various PETA campaigns.

Kaia Varjord

Kaia Varjord (July 7, 1978-) also known as Kaia Kari Anne Kvernebo Varjord is a Norwegian actor.

She was born in Oslo, Norway and grew up in both Norway and the United States. Kaia began her acting career in 1999, appearing in the Norwegian TV series "Fox Grønland". She went on to act in a number of other popular Norwegian TV series and films, such as "Jul i Blodfjell" and "Lilyhammer". In addition to her acting career, Kaia is also a talented musician and has released several albums with her band "Kjartan & Kaia". Kaia is known for her versatility as an actor, as well as for her commitment to social justice causes.

Kristin Proctor

Kristin Proctor (April 16, 1978 Los Angeles-) a.k.a. Kristen Procter or Kristen Proctor is a Norwegian actor.

Kristin Proctor was born to a Norwegian mother and an American father in Los Angeles, California. She moved to Norway at a young age and grew up in Drammen, a city near the capital, Oslo. Proctor attended the Norwegian National Academy of Theatre and graduated in 2003. Since then, she has appeared in various Norwegian TV shows and movies, gaining recognition for her acting skills. Proctor has also worked as a voice actor, providing her voice for characters in animated movies and TV shows. In addition to her acting career, she is also a trained dancer and has performed in numerous stage productions.

Evy Kasseth Røsten

Evy Kasseth Røsten (March 30, 1978 Norway-) a.k.a. Evy Elise Kasseth Røsten is a Norwegian actor.

She is best known for her role in the TV series "Skam" as the mother of one of the main characters. Røsten has also acted in several films and TV shows in Norway, including "Frikjent", "Valkyrien", and "Kielergata". In addition to acting, Røsten has worked as a voice-over artist and has narrated several audiobooks. She also teaches acting at several drama schools in Norway. Outside of her career, Røsten is an advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken openly about her own experiences with anxiety and depression.

Silvia Moi

Silvia Moi (July 26, 1978 Kvinesdal-) is a Norwegian actor and opera singer.

She was born in Kvinesdal, a small town in the southern part of Norway, and later moved to Oslo to pursue her artistic career. Moi made her debut as an actor in 2004, and has since played a variety of roles in theaters across Norway.

In addition to her work as an actor, Moi is also a trained opera singer. She studied at the Norwegian Academy of Music and the Opera Academy in Oslo, and has performed in several operas, including Mozart's "Don Giovanni" and Verdi's "La Traviata."

Moi is known for her versatility as a performer, and often combines her skills as an actor and singer in her theatrical work. She has won critical acclaim for her performances in productions such as "The Little Prince" and "The Sound of Music."

Outside of her artistic career, Moi is also involved in various charitable causes. She is particularly passionate about environmental issues, and has been involved in several initiatives to promote sustainable living practices in Norway.

Maria Bock

Maria Bock (June 12, 1978 Hammerfest-) is a Norwegian actor, film director and screenwriter.

She studied acting at the Norwegian National Academy of Theatre and made her acting debut in the film "Vinterkyss" in 2005. In 2013, Bock made her directing debut with the short film "Att angöra en brygga" which was awarded the prize for Best Short Film at the Norwegian Film Festival. Bock has since directed several short films and episodes of television series, including "Exit", "Nobel" and "Beforeigners". In 2019, she directed her first feature film "Du Forsvinder", which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Aside from her work in film and television, Bock has also worked as a theater director and acting teacher.

Silje Salomonsen

Silje Salomonsen (July 12, 1978 Stavanger-) is a Norwegian actor.

She became famous at a young age as a singer and won the Norwegian national song contest Melodi Grand Prix in 1991. She has released several successful music albums and received a number of awards for her work. In addition to her music career, Salomonsen has also pursued acting and has appeared in various Norwegian films and TV series. She is considered one of the most versatile and accomplished performers in Norwegian entertainment. In recent years, she has also become known for her activism on environmental and social justice issues.

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