Ann Eleonora Jørgensen

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Ann Eleonora Jørgensen
Born (1965-10-16) October 16, 1965 (age 48)
Hjørring, Denmark
Nationality  Denmark
Occupation Actress
Years active 1993–present
Spouse(s) Rasmus Windfeld (2003-present)
Awards 1 Robert Award

Ann Eleonora Jørgensen (born 16 October 1965 in Hjørring, Denmark) is a Danish film, television and stage actor.

She is best known for her television work in TAXA (1997 - 1999) and Forbrydelsen (The Killing) (2007), and for her film roles in Italian for Beginners (2000), for which she won a Robert Award for Best Supporting Actress,[1] and In Your Hands (2004), for which she won the audience award at the Bordeaux International Festival of Women in Cinema.[2]

In 2005 she appeared in the TV Christmas Calendar Jul i Valhal, the sequel Golden Horn, and The Hijabi Monologues.

She has also starred in numerous theatrical performances in some of Denmark's leading theatres including Mungo Park, Avenue T and Grønnegårds Teatret. When she is not filming, Jørgensen is an active member of the touring company Det Danske Teater.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

  • Når mor kommer hjem (1998) - Linda
  • Den bedste af alle verdener (1999) - Irina
  • Italian for Beginners (2000) - Karen
  • One Hand Clapping (2001) - Helene
  • 2 ryk og 1 aflevering (2003) - Mathilde's mother
  • In Your Hands (2004) - priestess Anna
  • Agata e la tempesta (2004) - Pernille Margarethe Kierkegaard
  • Fatso (2008) - Danish prostitute

Television[edit]

  • Slaget på tasken (1993) - Louise
  • En succes (1993)
  • Bryggeren (1997) - Ottilia Stegman
  • Jakobs liste (1997) - Nurse
  • Taxa (1997) - Nina Boye-Larsen
  • Pyrus i alletiders eventyr (2000)
  • Hotellet (2001) - Lene Dupont
  • Den serbiske dansker (2001) - Lotte Espersen
  • Helligtrekongersaften (2004) - Olivia
  • Georgisches Liebeslied (2005) - Valentina
  • Jul i Valhal (2005) - Tove
  • Kronprinsessen (2006) - Danish minister
  • Forbrydelsen (The Killing) (2007) - Pernille Birk Larsen, mother of the murder victim
  • Guldhornene (2007) - Tove
  • Lykke (2011) - Charlotte
  • Spies of Warsaw (2013) - Olga Musser

References[edit]

External links[edit]