Carsten Kressner

Hair Color: BrownEye Color: Brown/greenHeight: 180 / 5'10¾

Education:1978-1981: The Acting School of Odense, Denmark
1991-1993: The National Danish Filmschool, Denmark
1994-1996: HB Studio, William Esper Studio & Actors Studio in New York

Languages:Mother Tongue: DanishFluent in: English (British and American) and GermanFamiliar with: Swedish, Norwegian and French

Biography

Carsten Kressner is a Danish actor, scriptwriter, director, and producer.

In 1981, Carsten Kressner graduated from ‘The Acting School of Odense’, Denmark. Carsten’s professional career includes +150 film, television and theater productions.

To name a few, Carsten’s CV highlights include the highly acclaimed Danish tv series ‘Follow the Money’ as series regular, ‘A Fortunate Man’, ‘Those Who Kill’, ‘Badehotellet’, ‘Below the Surface’ and ‘You Disappear’.

In 1993, Carsten graduated as a scriptwriter from The National Danish Filmschool. His latest work for the stage is ‘Victims Anonymous’ about 7 young people entangled in victimhood.

Curriculum Vitae

Film

2016
You DisappearMortenPeter Schønau FogZentropa productions
2010
Freedom on parolePolice officerErik ClausenClausen Film
2007
CeciliaLægeHans Fabian WullenweberNimbus Film
2005
Fluerne på væggenBjørnÅke SandgrenNordisk Film

Short films

2014
ParterapiCarstenCarsten Fromberg3F

Television

2020
When the Dust SettlesHansMilad AlamiDR
The Ambassador BentJacob BitschViaplay
2019
Follow The MoneyBjørnSøren Balle, Gustav MöllerDR
BadehotelletHotelejerHans Fabian WullenweberDR
Those Who KillVagnJonas ElmerMiso Film
2018
A Fortunate ManDoctorBille AugustNordisk Film
2017
Below the SurfaceBjørn StillingKasper BarfoedDR
2011
Those Who KillJensKasper BarfoedTV2
2008
DerouteMumsfyrSøren FauliDR2
2006
Anna PihlTorben SindalMorten ArnfredTV2
P.I.S. - det endelige opgørBjarne FrombergMike SpoonerTV2 Zulu
2005
Klovn - ‘Don Ø affæren’SvenneMikkel NørgaardTV2
ØrnenOle ThomsenJannik JohansenDR
2003
Unit 1SchiødtJannik JohansenDR
2000-2001
P.I.S.Bjarne FrombergMike SpoonerTV2 ZULU/Steen Herdel

Theater

2011
LektionenLærerenEugene IonescoOPHELIAs
2003
OleannaJohnDavid Mamet OPHELIAs