A stunning Danish actress and model. In 2013, she starred in her first fashion short film Invitation Au Voyage alongside David Bowie directed by Romain Gavras. Between 2016- 2021 she starred in a number of commercials for well-known brands such as Italian Laura Biagiotti and BMW.
Mathias Augestad Ambjør is an emerging actor based in London. In 2022 he gained a master’s degree from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), the first Norwegian to do so. He also trained at Nord University in Norway, and did a short course at Hochschule für Schauspielkunst Ernst Busch in Berlin.
Shortly after graduating from RADA, Mathias went on a 3 month tour to various European countries with the American Drama Group. Since then he has performed at London’s The Coronet Theatre, the Vault Festival, and The Norwegian Centre for New Playwriting. Mathias started his professional career in film and television when he was 14 years old, and is now venturing back into that industry.
Mathias is also a theatre maker, and co-runs a successful theatre company based in Oslo called Feil Teater. He has worked as an actor, creator, dramatist, composer and producer for the company over the years. Being a movement practitioner, a highly skilled saxophonist (alto, tenor) and flautist, Mathias is drawn to inter-disciplinary projects. Fluent in English and Norwegian.
Nadia Avoghlian Kristensen is an Danish/Iranian actress born in Denmark. She has gone through several intensive courses with Ivana Chubbuck technique, Jonas Elmer, Jens Arentzen, and many more. The director Anne Grethe Bjarup Riis has been a close mentor for several years now.
Nadia kickstarted her career with winning the “Golden Egg” for best actress in Odense, for her leadrole in ‘On the safe side’. She has stared in multiple theatre plays, music videos, short films, and tv-series – as ‘The Rain’, season 2. Her latest role was in the English-speaking short movie “Foreign”, product by Super8. Nadia’s creativity and drive is clear to see when she is standing in front of the camera. As an extra note can we tell that Nadia is a shaman and spirituel coach.
Katinka Kamp is a talented young actress, based out of Scandinavia. She originally started her career in the music industry, touring and playing concerts in the northern part of Europe, and is a well versed performer. However, acting and theatre had always been a huge component in her life as well, and would eventually end up taking the wheel. Throughout school, Katinka followed an ambitious theatre program at The American International School of Budapest, and in 2021 she joined Panorama Academy. She debuted in Panorama Production’s “She’s got Talent” and “Kentaur” and has been fully engaged in, and committed to her acting journey ever since. Katinka’s childhood was spent living abroad, moving from place to place due to her parent’s work with the UN. Before the age of 12, she had lived in 5 different countries, and it is through this, discovered her great affinity for languages and dialects. Katinka is able to converse in about 7 different languages, and when speaking English, she can comfortably switch between American, British RP, and Australian accents.
Tobias Stelzner is a gifted, up-and-coming Danish actor you’ve simply got to know.
His upcoming feature film “Virgins from Space” (where he plays the lead character, Allan) comes to theaters next year. In recent years, he’s done several feature films with parts ranging from criminal, lumberjack and an alien. You’ll quickly learn that Tobias is a very diverse actor with experience ranging from drama to comedy films. To mention a few, Tobias stars as the criminal villain in an upcoming Viaplay series and also as ‘Lasse’ in the very popular comedic film series ‘Hunting Season 2’ produced by Nordisk Film.
Aside from his on-screen credits, Tobias has extensive experience and is skilled in stunts, martial arts and all aspects of physical activity. He is fluent in American, British, Southern, Scottish, Australian and Scandinavian accents. Furthermore, he also sings and plays the guitar.
A fun fact about Tobias is that in his upcoming Viaplay series, Tobias made the longest one-take fight scene in Danish television history.
Nadja played the lead role of ‘Zara Dawit’ in the Swedish tv-series ‘First Responders’ (‘Åreakuten’), where she got raving reviews for her interpretation of the role. She has also played significant supporting roles in successful tv-series such as ‘A Class Apart’ (‘Zebrarummet’) and ‘The Corridor’ (‘Korridoren’). We will soon see Nadja in the role of Rebecca, a lawyer determined to fight for justice in the upcoming critically acclaimed TV series Top Dog.
Nadja is born and raised in Stockholm but has Ethiopian heritage. Nadja has experience in musical theatre and started auditioning in her teens which led her to work early on and she is still as passionate about her craft as she was in her youth.
Aside from her on-screen appearances, Nadja has significant experience in voice-over acting. Her portfolio has an array of special skills such as dancing, singing, martial arts (kickboxing), skiing, and horseback riding. Nadja speaks fluently in three languages, Swedish, English and Amharic.
Gina Marchwinski is an experienced and team-playing actress, who played a wide range of characters on various stages in Denmark, including the Danish Royal Theatre. Gina has also starred in several short and feature films, not to mention several tv shows, – one of them as the Prime minister’s secretary in the Danish award-winning hit show “Borgen”.
Gina is born and raised in Denmark but comes from a polish Jewish background. So besides mastering the Danish language, Gina speaks Polish, English, and German and knows Italian.
This year some of Gina’s credits include the rebellious Hodel in the musical “Fiddler on the Roof”, the lead character, in the children’s play “Mouse and Friends”, and she acted as a last-minute standby for the role of Regine in the play “Ghosts” by Ibsen. Most recently she played the part of the Polish prisoner Izabella in the heartbreaking World War II film “Hvidstensgruppen II”. She furthermore wrote, directed, and starred in her short film “1000 lives”. Gina also works as a voice-over artist.
Gina’s next upcoming projects include starring as the female lead in the stage production of Anders Thomas Jensen’s infamous movie “Flickering lights”. Gina recently had another project of her own picked up by a production company, which she will be writing, directing and starring in as the main character.
Per Ankjær is a Danish actor, who has been a part of Panorama Academy since 2021. As an actor, Per fearlessly embraced any role, even contemplating a complete transformation to serve the essence of a character and project.
During his time as an acting student, Per delved into a world where stories became treasures and personal exploration became the key to unlocking his full potential. The camaraderie within the Panorama Academy community allowed him to share the depths of his soul – the pain, the suffering, the tragedies, and the lost loves – all within the safe confines of a closed classroom. Together with like-minded individuals, he brought these emotions into the open, creating a tapestry of shared passion for the art of acting.
Panorama Academy became a sanctuary, enabling Per to visit the often overlooked corners of his own psyche. What might have been too painful to explore became the wellspring of inspiration for his characters.
Beyond acting, Panorama Academy became the birthplace of a newfound love for film production. In collaboration with classmates, Per worked on the ambitious project “CREDITS,” a testament to his evolving skills and passion for the craft.
Per Ankjær’s journey at Panorama House is a testament to the power of self-discovery, resilience, and creative exploration. His addiction to the world of performance and the magic both in front and behind the camera is a testament to the boundless possibilities.
Chantal Kappenberger, a talented actress hailing from Germany, with Swiss and Danish roots, recently completed a two-year educational journey at Panorama Academy, where she honed her skills in the Ivana Chubbuck acting technique. Her passion for the performing arts was ignited during her formative years when she participated in school plays.
In addition to her intensive study of the Chubbuck technique, Chantal diversified her skill set through various courses. These included Stunt and Movement, Personal Leadership, and Short Film Making under the guidance of the Oscar-winning director, Martin Strange-Hansen. These experiences empowered her to believe in herself and take the necessary risks, allowing her mind and body to seamlessly unite to deliver exceptional performances.
In 2020, she broadened her horizons by attending the European Film College, gaining hands-on experience in various aspects of filmmaking. Her exposure encompassed camera work, directing, and, of course, acting. Furthermore, her strong interest in the world of fashion led her to freelance work as a costume assistant in film, TV, and commercial productions, enhancing her understanding of the meticulous craftsmanship required to bring creative visions to life.
Chantal’s life has been intertwined with her love for physical and challenging activities. Horses have always held a special place in her heart, instilling in her a deep sense of discipline, fortitude, and responsibility. Alongside her equestrian passion, she enjoys engaging in a variety of sports, including boxing, running, yoga, tennis, skiing, and hiking.
Chantal Kappenberger is a devoted and highly skilled actress, committed to achieving her aspirations not only in the entertainment industry but also in her personal life.
Babette is a warm and authentic actress. She is an accredited teacher in the Ivana Chubbuck technique, and has studied in Denmark and the US.
Babette is fluent in English, mastering both American, British and Southern accents, and is an experienced singer.