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Nikolaj Lie Kaas

Nikolaj Lie Kaas

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    • May 22nd, 1973
Nikolaj Lie Kaas (born 22 May 1973) is a prominent Danish actor whose career rose in the 1990s and who is still actively working today. He is the son of actor Preben Kaas and actor and writer Anne Mari Lie and father of two.

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Filmography

Acting (42 Credits)

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2020Riders of Justice as Otto
2019Collision as Leo
2019Forhøret as Sebastian
2018Journal 64 as Carl Mørck
2017You Disappear as Frederik Halling
2017Britannia as Divis
2016Department Q: A Conspiracy of Faith as Carl Mørck
2016The Last King as OrmWatch Free
2015Men & Chicken as Gregor
2015Child 44 as Ivan SukovWatch Free
2014Department Q: The Absent One as Carl Mørck
2014A Second Chance as Tristan
2013Department Q: The Keeper of Lost Causes as Carl Mørk
2013The Shooter as Thomas Borby
2012Almost Perfect as Gordon Dennis
2011A Funny Man as Dirch Passer
2011Freddy Frogface as Orla Frøsnapper / Tryllekunster / Klovn
2011Beast as Valdemar
2010Parterapi as Anders
2010Varg Veum - Skriften på veggen as Kniven
2010The Whistleblower as Jan Van Der Velde
2009At World's End as Adrian
2009Angels & Demons as Assassin
2008The Candidate as Jonas Bechmann
2007Just Another Love Story as Sebastian
2007The Killing as Mathias Borch
2006Clash of Egos as Claus Volter
2005Murk as Jacob
2005The Sun King as Tommy
2005Adam's Apples as Holger
2004Brothers as Jannik
2003The Green Butchers as Bjarne / Eigil
2003Reconstruction as Alex
2003Stealing Rembrandt as Kiosk Karsten
2002Open Hearts as Joachim
2002Old Men in New Cars: In China They Eat Dogs II as Martin
2001Truly Human as P
2000Flickering Lights as Stefan
1999In China They Eat Dogs as Martin
1999Besat as Morten
1998The Idiots as Jeppe
1991The Boys from St. Petri

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