Agnes-Nicole Winter

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Agnes-Nicole Winter
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Agnes-Nicole Winter
Born (1956-04-17) April 17, 1956 (age 59)
Occupation Actress, model, producer
Known for Svenska Hollywoodfruar

Agnes-Nicole Winter (17 April 1956) is a Swedish actress and model.[1]

Career[edit]

Agnes-Nicole Winter was born in April 1956 and was raised in Borås, Sweden.[2] She later graduated from the Stockholm School of Optometry. Winter started her career in the entertainment industry as a model. After she made her first movie in 1997 she was appointed vice president in charge of production at Hux Enterprises, in Beverly Hills,[3] where she developed, wrote and produced the, "Priceless Intentions" project for cable television. Winter was the executive producer and host of the "Agnes Winter Show" where she oversaw the production and the release of the cable TV Show.[3] Winter is president of Global Star Films, Inc.[2] and completed her first feature "The Gold & The Beautiful" and TV show "Swedish Hollywood Wives". An active member of WIF, American Film Institute and Film Independent. She is the founder and the CEO of the non-profit organization Children's After-School Programs Inc. (CAP)[4] The mission of CAP is to help children raised by low income working single parents with funding of supervised after-school programs, and summer camps, a graduate of "Team Beverly Hills, a leadership program sponsored by the Beverly Hills City council and on the board of FOG - Friends of Greystone, FAB - Film Advisory Board, and also a board member of SWEA Film Commission. Swedish Women's Educational Association Inc., is a global non-profit organization for Swedish speaking women who live abroad. An active member at the Beverly Hills Women's Club.

She is a mother of her two sons, Cristofer (USC) and Alexander(Film School) who are also involved in Agnes-Nicole's projects as actor/co-producers. Both sons are models and signed with Ford Models.

Filmography[edit]

Acting[edit]

As herself[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • The Southern California Motion Picture Council has honored her with a Golden Halo Award for her contribution to the entertainment industry and the performing arts. The Awards Ceremony luncheon in Studio City, California.[2]
  • Film Advisory Board: Award of Excellence for The Gold & The Beautiful
  • The Treasure Coast Film Festival in Florida, The Gold & The Beautifu: Recipient of the Audience Choice Award and Agnes-Nicole Winter Received the Award for Outstanding First Lead Performance. The film was also Nominated for Best Feature, Best Cinematography, and Best Original Song.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Interview with Agnes-Nicole in Aftonbladet, September 21, 2009 (Swedish)
  2. ^ a b c d "Global Star Films - About Us". Global Star Films. Archived from the original on 17 January 2010. Retrieved 8 February 2010. 
  3. ^ a b "Producer Writer Actress Agnes-Nicole Winter to Receive Motion Picture Halo Award". PRLog. 2010-12-02. Retrieved 8 February 2010. 
  4. ^ "Global Star Films Inc. Presents: The Gold & The Beautiful". thegoldandthebeautiful.com. Retrieved 8 February 2013. 

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