Maria Winther Nørgaard

Hair Color: Brown - Blonde Eye Color: Green/blueHeight: 168

Languages:Mother Tongue: DanishFluent in: EnglishFamiliar with: Norwegian, German, French 

Biography

Maria attended drama school in London and she speaks British English fluently.

She was nominated for “This Years Breakthrough” in 2017 for her part as Miss Julie in the play “After Miss Julie” by Patrick Marber.

In 2018 she started in DR’s television series “Seksualundervisning – The Musical” as the lead. Shortly after the premiere she booked her first leading role in a feature film “Ingen Skal Sove” which premieres in 2019.

Further more Maria stared as lead in the short film “The Aquarium” as the fascinating girl Clara. Maria is also frequently used as a audio book speaker for Lindhardt & Ringhof.

In 2018 Maria was nominated for an Ekko Shortlist Award for her film “Alene og Bange?” for Best Documentary

Curriculum Vitae

Book Pulications

2017
K for Klara Audio Book Lindhardt og Ringhof

Directing

2016
Alene og bange?Maria Winter Nørgaard

Film

upcoming
Ingen Skal Sove Lead Christian Andersen Swuli Film
2017
AkvarieklubbenClaraPeter AhlénZentropa
2016
After HappinessClaraChristina Henriksen
2014
ChancenPJeremy Weller & Morten ArnfredGlobus APS

TV

2018
Seksualundervisning - the musicalEmmaNikolaj FeiferDR

Television

2018
Ud at køre med de skøre Polterabend-pigeKanal 5 Kanal 5
2012
Sjit HappensLineBarbara RothenborgFridthjof Film

Theater

2017
After Miss JulieMiss JulieIan BurnsThat Theatre Company
2015
Am I the Patient?IdaTabita Friis KristensenBådteatret
Eksperiment386Tabita Friis KristensenDome of Visions

Showreel

Seksualundervisning - the musicalAfter Miss JulieAfter HappinessAlene og bange?

Voice Reel

K for Klara , 2017

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Maria Winther Nørgaard